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Stats To Use For Persuading Data Center Upgrades
29Apr
Stats To Use For Persuading Data Center Upgrades

Every business that maintains a data center facility knows that upgrades must be made continuously, but sometimes it is difficult to persuade some business decision-makers to make these determinations within a needed timeframe. The best way to persuade the decision-makers that it is time for upgrades or a new facility is to use these facts about data centers on the market today. Top 3 enterprise Network/Data Center Challenges: Protecting Against Data Leaks: 30& Ensuring Availability: 35% Business Continuity: 26% Key Initiatives for Modernizing A Business’ Data Center: Data Management: 25% Storage Visualization: 26% Tools to Gauge Application Performance: 12% SDN/Network Read More...

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Data Centers of the Future
27Oct
Data Centers of the Future

Over the last thirty years, data centers have been pushed by designers and engineers to work at optimal levels with minimal energy misuse. Due to this, many of the data center industry’s biggest issues and pain points have been alleviated. Although this progress has been astronomical, the size, demand and capacity needs of companies using data centers is growing at unbelievable rates. The increase in online demand from consumers is forcing facilities to grow or be thrown to the curb for better data center options. The necessity for security over the last five years has also drawn more demand upon Read More...

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Case Study: District Photo Data Center Project
17Apr
Case Study: District Photo Data Center Project

DCS Data Centers assisted District Photo with capacity issues by providing long-term solutions. District Photo had several single points of failure that could cause extended outages to the data center. The client requested the services of DCS to provide: Design Services Construction Management Provide full onsite Project Management services. Create a complete project implementation plan defining both team and individual responsibilities Monitor and evaluate key individual and subcontractor performance Conduct frequent reviews and coordination progress review meetings Assure that scheduled milestones were met Assure compliance with the technical requirements agreed upon at the design stage  Construction Services CRAC Equipment UPS Read More...

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Case Study: Regional Bank Data Center Project
06Apr
Case Study: Regional Bank Data Center Project

DCS was hired by HPE because of its vast experience with Modular Data Center solutions to provide rigging and assembly services for their client, a regional bank. DCS set in place an Eco Pod in Sandston, Virginia during a difficult winter season.  The details scope of work are outlined below. Construction Management DCS provided full onsite project management services and coordinated all trades including but not limited to, concrete pad works, lift services and place services (including detailed safety plan, lift plan and all required traffic controls to make a safe placement) The individuals also acted as the sole point Read More...

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Case Study: Smith College
04Apr
Case Study: Smith College

CTS asked Data Center Solutions Corp. (DCS) to provide design and construction services, for Smith College, to renovate the existing data center/server room located in a facility in Northampton, MA.  The details of our proposed scope of work are outlined below. Construction Management  DCS designated full time construction project management.  These individuals acted as the sole point of contact for all design and construction activities associated with this project.  The project manager`s ensured that the personnel and facilities needed for the performance of the scope of works were made available in a timely manner to meet the established schedule. The Read More...

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Case Study: Tech Data Center Project
03Apr
Case Study: Tech Data Center Project

A large tech company requested the services of The Data Center Solutions Corp. (DCS) to provide a new emergency generator system to back up operations on the third floor in its building as well as a lab on the 1st floor.  The buildings HVAC system operates from a large central plant that cannot be supported by this system.  The system will keep electricity online for the Trident space, but heating and cooling will not be operational. The independent system in the computer room will however be supported by this system. The company required DCS to consolidate multiple rack mount UPS systems Read More...

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