The ROI on a data center lifting device is clear. As we’ve demonstrated in the past, savings can reach into savings of millions of dollars (particularly when accident prevention is factored in).
Thought leaders in the data center space are seeing increasing demands on equipment capacity, being driven by cloud adoption and other compute-intensive initiatives. These demands affect construction, design, and engineering.
The conversation about data centers—along with data storage density, cloud and edge computing, and other highly technical concepts—is constantly evolving. There is a central topic, however, that doesn’t get equal attention. What we aren’t talking about enough are the physical challenges of the data center environment. More specifically, how changes in server rack and facility designs are affecting data center operations.
The vast majority of data centers still have plenty of room for efficiency gains. To mitigate the risk of injury and equipment damage, how IT equipment is handled in the data center really matters. We’ll demonstrate the high cost of
Well-prepared data center operators take the same approach to moving IT equipment as with every other data center activity: They use the right tools. This is how they mitigate the risk of equipment damage and employee injury, and realize benefits
In the data center, having the right tools matters. A purpose-built Data Center Infrastructure Handling (DCIH) device to safely and efficiently move IT equipment is a best-practice purchase. Our guide will help you to find the perfect purchase for your
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