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  • MS Project of Data Center Build/Move

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    Planing for moving the data centre to a new location and moving some of them as is and build new ones. so Need a document which covers every thing in terms of planning design implement and cut over.

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  • HFC 125 vs FM 200 performance

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  • Need information on Data Centers

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    Juampa5 pointsBadges:
  • best practices in racking switches in a data center

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    Are there restrictions on installing overhead cable trays near sprinkler heads?

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    I need to connect several AC redundant appliances (Servers, Load Balancers, Switches, Firewalls, etc) to other non-redundant ones (SAN Switches, KVM). I have AC PDU’s for redundant and non-redundant devices, but I haven’t figured out the best way to avoid my non-redundant devices being cut off...

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    HannahDrake190 pointsBadges:
  • Physical and logical security for new datacenter

    Am looking for best practice recommendations for implementing both physical and logical security for a new data center build. This request for help was originally submitted to the Research Assistant on WhatIs.com.

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  • Prefabricated data centers — pros and cons?

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  • Air conditioning suppliers

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    Charlie H5 pointsBadges:
  • Static electricity in the datacenter

    im frequently hit with static while working in data centre whereby the flooring covered by carpet. im worry it may affect my servers and my health. how do i avoid from getting hit again? wats is the best solution availble to avoid or overcome this scenario?

    Jayanthi10 pointsBadges:
  • Redundant data centers with multi-service ISP/ASP

    Hi, we're working on 2 new datacenters to provide datavault/DR services to clients in three service tiers: cold, worm and hot. This will also be a traditional service provider DC with internet and hosting services. DC1 will be 2-3K Sqm. DC2 will be very small running as backup. there is a plan for...

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    Hi, we're working on 2 new datacenters to provide datavault/DR services to clients in three service tiers: cold, worm and hot. This will also be a traditional service provider DC with internet and hosting services. DC1 will be 2-3K Sqm. DC2 will be very small running as backup. there is a plan for...

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  • Computer room leak

    What additional protection can you provide above drop ceiling to prevent water damage to equipment?

    Gabby5 pointsBadges:
  • Variable Refrigerant Volume ( VRV)

    Is it a right solotion to implement VRV at data center compare with APC in row air cond system ? addditonal info: the raise floor height is 30cm, the the ceiling height is around 2 feet from rack. 600 sq feet room which located with 18 high density rack.

    Chuah5 pointsBadges:
  • status change from officebuilding to datacentre

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