Data Center

  • tier 3
    Rating by Uptime Institute
  • 150
    Per Square Foot
  • 39,000sqft
    Customisable Space

Data centers are simply centralized locations where computing and networking equipment is concentrated for the purpose of collecting, storing, processing, distributing or allowing access to large amounts of data. They have existed in one form or another since the advent of computers. As the number of computer user increased drastically over time networking multiple servers the industrial counterparts to our home computer together to increase processing power began. At data centers we connect them to communication networks so that people can access them, or the information on them, remotely. Large numbers of these clustered servers and related equipment can be housed in an entire building or groups of buildings. Today's data center is likely to have thousands of very powerful and very small servers running 24/7. Because of the high concentrations of servers, often stacked in racks that are placed in rows, data centers are sometimes referred to a server farms. They provide important services such as data storage, backup and recovery, data management and networking.

These centers can store and serve up Web sites, run e-mail and instant messaging services, provide cloud storage and applications, enable e-commerce transactions, power online gaming communities and do a host of other things. Dodid data center services encompass all of the services and facility-related components or activities that support the implementation, maintenance, operation, and enhancement of a data center, creating an environment that provides processing, storage, networking, management and the distribution of data within an enterprise. We provide consulting and integration services and offer expertise and input to help organizations make strategic decisions and systems integrations. Under our technical consulting services we provide guidance and expertise on the application of technology.

This includes selecting or designing new technology, redesigning existing technology, migrating existing technology to a new environment, or integrating new technology into existing technology. Our technical consulting services specific to data center services also include selecting a new data center location, consolidation, virtualization, automation, redesigning data centers for cloud computing, implementing storage arrays, or incorporating offsite storage services into an existing network. Our allied services also include disaster recovery, data storage or other IT functions. Outsourcing services for the data center ranges from hosting, managing and maintaining an entire data center to more discrete data center tasks such as upgrading servers and data back-up.