- Minimize the hours needed to track IT assets.
- Ensure uptime by monitoring racks for possible hot spots.|
- Save on cooling costs by confidently raising data center temperatures.
- Maintain cabinet security w/ USB webcams and contact closure sensors.
- Improve data center uptime by receiving environment alerts.
- Make strategic decisions on environmental design and modifications.
Every data center has some method of monitoring temperature even if it is just a thermometer or a thermostat on a data center wall. But today, that is hardly considered a best practice. The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) recommends measuring the cool air entering IT equipment near the bottom, in the middle and near the top of each IT rack