Make your existing data centre better
Your data centre is a costly and complex mission critical business asset. Its performance and operation directly relates to your organisations success or failure.
As corporate needs grow or change, your data centre infrastructure may no longer be adequate to support your current or future requirements. Whilst a new data centre may seem like the solution, often a current data centre can be refitted to increase capacity, increase efficiencies and optimise performance. Or it may be that your legacy data centre infrastructure is at risk of failure, in which case, a refit or refurbishment will dramatically reduce the risk of unplanned downtime.
Legacy or older facilities will often be less efficient, more costly to operate and less able to deal with increased capacity needs than new build data centres. This doesn’t mean that an organisation needs to build a costly new facility in order to take advantage of more recent improvements in data centre infrastructure –upgrading key data centre systems can have an enormous impact on efficiency, operational cost and capacity for much lower capital outlay.
The successful delivery of a new, refurbished or data centre facility systems upgrade is that all reasons, requirements and constraints are clearly identified and defined before any solutions, topologies or methodologies are decided on. As with all data centre projects, these fundamental elements often determine the correct approach and final data centre solution. Establishing these fundamentals at the start will save you time, money and most importantly limit the risk to any of your live IT services.
Powertechnix always work with our clients to ensure that any facility or systems upgrade is successful and meets the agreed corporate objectives. A thorough and in-depth understanding of current issues together with overall project objectives and the desired outcome is always the first stage of any project and regular meetings are held with clients and key stakeholders to ensure that key milestones and targets are met.
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