The data center market is becoming increasingly essential as more of our world becomes digitized. Data center developers and co-location providers need partners that have the expertise and ability to keep pace and evolve with the industry. By refining energy and water usage and waste management practices within data centers operations, we are able to ensure 24/7 mission-critical reliability as well as environmental security.
Guaranteeing mission-critical reliability
Constant and continuous power flow is not an option but a necessity for data centers. Maintaining this standard means that data centers do not have the option of equipment failures or design flaws. Through functional component level testing and commissioning of mechanical and electrical systems and components, we can ensure uninterrupted power and a platform for long-term operational success.
Reducing energy consumption and power usage effectiveness
In 2014, data centers accounted for 1.8% of the United States electricity consumption and data center construction continues to increase at an impressive rate. While data centers cannot compromise on energy usage in regards to their server uptime, improved Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) can greatly decrease their energy usage, energy bills and environmental impact. An improved PUE ratio can be achieved by increasing infrastructure efficiency through, hot and cold air isolation, submetering systems and controlled lighting systems with energy efficient lighting.
Safe destruction and recycling of waste streams
Data center operations can produce a lot of electronic waste, such as control room desktops, laptops, mainframes, servers, hard drives, monitors, UPS batteries and variety of network equipment. Safe destruction and recycling of these electronic and hazardous wastes at one of our permitted recycling facilities reduces your liability and keeps our environment safe.
Approximately $9,000 are lost every minute an unplanned data center outage occurs.