Ingeniería y Consultoría

Computador en sala de control
high technologies
Construction · Telecommunications · energy · assembly · protection
In any project, large or small, it is necessary to integrate multiple disciplines and technologies in an efficient and synchronized way.

Engineering and consulting:
Why are data center consultancies so necessary?

There are no organizations currently operating without IT (computer) technology. In fact, any administrative process, human resources, or production of an organization involves to some degree the use of information technologies to achieve better performance.

The IT infrastructure no longer consists of only having some computers in each workplace, but of medium and large-sized devices capable of housing, processing and protecting large amounts of information. The latter are called the data center or data center.

It is erroneously thought that the optimal efficiency of the data centers for long periods of time makes them reliable machines. These are susceptible at all times to suffer threats to computer security, deterioration of physical spaces or changes in temperature. A detention for malfunction of a data center can cause large debts for companies. For these reasons, the data center consultancy is necessary as a dynamic solution to measure and validate the adequate conditions of the centers.

As a competitive advantage, resorting to data center consulting guarantees the flexibility to adapt to the demanding changes in the market. Recent studies reveal that many companies do not have enough tools to integrate Big Data, hosting in the cloud, high server performance, among others. In addition to this, the pressure is added to the industries to reduce costs in favor of energy efficiency and the use of clean energies that reduce the impact on the environment.

Our consulting offer all this and more:

  • Supervision, monitoring and migration of data center.
  • Team of specialists and technicians of excellence.
  • Assessment data center or data center evaluation.
  • Conditioning and distribution of energy (refrigeration, air conditioning systems) and level of redundancy.
  • Design and construction of modular systems for computer rooms.
  • Infrastructure management and equipment end-of-life planning.