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  • My quantity contract with specific sales organization is stuck with error message as error in copying header details.

    I am having this issue in inbound queue. QC is stucked for only one sales organization ES42 with error as error in copying header details. Please suggest the solution for finding root cause.

    Snehal1235 pointsBadges:
  • Facility and disaster recovery

    Our global company is interested in outsourcing the disaster recovery for our manufacturing facilities.  For example, if there is a fire at a plant, we need a point person who is the expert at getting general contractor to get crews in to clean up debris, hire electricians to repair electrical,...

    Karenkirk5 pointsBadges:
  • Fire suppression system for server room

    Can you give me a lead to someone in San Jose area that does install of Novec 1230 or FM-200 systems for very low prices mentioned on website? A figure of $2.50 per square ft is mentioned.  I have been quoted prices in area of $35.00 per square foot.  Why?

    Mike41175 pointsBadges:
  • Data center facility cost formula?

    Do you have a good understanding of data center build cost, ie: what % of data center costs are for the shell, fit up, mechanical, electrical, etc? Is there a simple formula or a simple % break out that is industry accepted?

  • What is the recommended Temperature and Humidity range for data center?

    What is the recommended Temperature and Humidity range for data center?

  • Ideal temperature and humidity for server room (not data center)

    What is the ideal temperature and humidity range for a server room (not a data center)?

    Xin5 pointsBadges:
  • Are economizers still controversial?

    Do ASHRAE 90.1-2010 updates mean that economizers are only used where it's a good fit, or are they still wedged into designs despite cost and build difficulty?

    Meredith Courtemanche1,975 pointsBadges:
  • Re-wiring a server rack that looks like spaghetti

    Hi, this is my first time doing something like this. I'm currently taking the beginning of my CCNA courses and I'm still a beginner at all of this. Someone has asked me to help them re-wire their server rack, since its a huge mess. I was just wondering if there where any precautions I should take...

    Tomzimmerman5 pointsBadges:
  • Data Center power & heat calculation formula

    What is the formula to calculate power consumption in KWH and the heat dissipation in KWH or BTU?

    Sahul Kadir10 pointsBadges:
  • Cooling option for new data center

    We are looking at a location with several acres of land surrounding an existing building we are considering to use for a data center. From what I have read, little is mentioned in using Geothermal horizontal loops for cooling.  Is there a specific reason such a system would be a bad idea? Or is it...

    WilliamFlood645 pointsBadges:
  • What would it take for you to jump into cloud computing?

    Just curious if ITKE users have a set of criteria for what you'd want before switching over critical services to a cloud provider? As a recent article noted, IBM's Lotus iNotes and Cisco's WebEx Mail are going cloud, and Google's dropping rates in response. What are you moving over, and does data's...

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • Need information on Data Centers

    Need information, documents, articles for Data Center designing and infrastructure, Best practice, etc.

    Juampa5 pointsBadges:
  • Physical network infrastrcture design question

    Concerning the physical network design in Data Centers which have quite a mix of high density blade centers, small 1-U servers, storage, mainframe, etc., I'd like to hear what standards are being followed. Are you using fiber fed switches to each rack, patch panels in each rack, cat5 or cat6 e,...

    Penny25 pointsBadges:
  • Making a data center “green” — first steps

    We have a T2 data center and are attempting to “go green” and lower the energy usage in the DC. Our goal is to reach a T3 or even a T4. What would be the first steps you would suggest to take to save the most energy as soon as possible? Cover all holes in the floor? Blanking plates?

  • Data Center Migration

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

    VJWBMDC5 pointsBadges:
  • Data center walls – what is considered secure?

    We are building out a site where the suites or modules are by Megawatt not square feet. We need to be flexible in the size of each suite and want to know what the data center industry considers, from a physical security standpoint, an adequate wall system. We prefabricate wall systems at the same...

  • Basics for Data Center planning

    Would like to learn all what is related to data center planning, management, design, operations, etc. What kind of documents, book, career path should I follow if I'd like to be in this kind of business. Thanks in advance.

    Cidruid5 pointsBadges:
  • Advice for moving a data center

    I’m preparing for a data center move. What are the pitfalls I need to avoid and what current technologies would be best for a new data center?

  • Building a Data Center from the ground up

    In working with Construction PMs, what can an IT PM bring to the table for a project to build a data center from the ground up?

    Cybrown10 pointsBadges:
  • FM-200 sub floor or above floor in the data center

    We are planning on installing a fire suppression system in our data center and was curious if anyone has had experiences using FM-200 in the sub floor and above floor. Thanks

    ITKE392,005 pointsBadges:

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