FAQs - Data Centre Solutions

Datacentre solutions including design, installation, refurbishment and maintenance for UPS systems, cooling and fire suppression systems.

We are a manufacturer independent systems integrator and support the critical infrastructure solutions we supply as well as take on other third party supplied datacentre systems for maintenance and refurbishment. For those instances where we do not have a suitably qualified and manufacturer trained engineer, we maintained an approved sub-contractor team.

In many ways Server Room Environments works as a systems integrator bringing together separate solutions into a combined solution for a client project. Solutions can range from power protection related items like uninterruptible power supplies to rack cabinets, cooling and environmental monitoring solutions.

The solutions we supply for server rooms and datacentres include standard off-the-shelf products some of which can be customised for a particular project. A typical example would be a UPS system supplied in a higher IP-rated cabinet for an industrial manufacturing site. Our engineering team can also supply bespoke designs which are manufactured to order for a specific project. A swing-out rack frame for use on-board ships would be an example of a bespoke design where the shape, height, form, fit, colour and finish are bespoke to the individual client and project.

An EDC or Edge Data Centre is a self-contained data centre or micro data centre connected to a primary or hyperscale data centre. The configuration is designed to reduce latency in terms of data processing and service delivery to the end user. The EDC is nearer to the end users being served by the data centre and provides a faster and more tailored service for those users than would be achieved via direct connection to the primary or hyperscale data centre.

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