Keep up with changes in your data center
As organizations move applications to the cloud, transition to converged infrastructures, or add equipment to support business growth, power and cooling systems can be easily overlooked. However, stable and consistent power and cooling in the data center is critical to not only protecting IT equipment but maintaining business continuity.
Align power demand with your modern data center
Zones can help you adapt to the ever-changing business needs of your data center. We offer power and cooling solutions that can help increase data center energy efficiency and minimize downtime due to power interruptions or systems overheating.
IT professionals protect equipment and critical data from costly interruptions by supplying reliable, network-grade power reliably and efficiently. Available in a variety of forms factors and classes (entry level, standard and extended run), there is a UPS model for nearly every application and budget.
Power distribution units (PDUs) are an essential element in managing power capacity and functionality for critical network, server and data center equipment. Real-time remote load monitoring of connected equipment and individual outlet power control gives IT professionals the necessary tools for advanced data center energy management.
Today's feature-rich rack enclosures are optimized for easy installation, managing cables, integrating power distribution, and maximizing airflow. There are even soundproofed server room in a box solutions which allows for IT deployment wherever and whenever it is needed, saving space, cost, and deployment time.
Intelligent thermal containment solutions are designed to maximize cooling predictability, capacity, and efficiency at the rack, row, or room level. Inside the wiring closet heat loads are rising due to deployment of technologies such as VoIP and Power over Ethernet, so there are rapidly deployable wall or ceiling mounted air distribution and heat removal systems available to cost effectively control temperatures.
Whether you need planning assistance when building a new data center, consulting services when adding additional IT equipment, or an initial assessment of your existing efficiency profile, Zones experts can help you make your data center available, efficient, and safe throughout its lifecycle.