Rittal brings order to data centres

Server room expert will turn delegates' attention to racks, inline cooling systems

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Rittal brings order to data centres Rajan: GITEX is a major event.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  September 23, 2013

Rittal Middle East will focus on IT racks and data centre solutions at this year’s GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK.

On display this year are the company’s new generation TS IT Racks, alongside a live demonstration of Rittal’s new LCP DX, the inline cooling system that works on DX technology, and Rizone, Rittal’s data centre management software.

A security safe, the basic enclosure solution to offer physical protection for 19” equipment, will also be on display this year. A modular data centre UPS, along with Rittal’s power distribution system and a chiller solution for IT equipment will also be on show.
“Rittal’s innovative engineering, with a focus on efficiency, has brought about a refreshing change in the way the IT community looks at data centres, focusing on reducing operational expenses,” says Rajesh N Rajan, Sales Manager, Middle East, IT Infrastructure Division, Rittal.

“Rittal Middle East also offers regional customers the unique advantage of being the only company to offer both physical security and physical infrastructure for data centres.”

RiMatrix is Rittal’s signature data centre offering, encompassing five important hardware elements in a data centre, namely racks, power, cooling, security and monitoring & remote management products.

RiZone management software provides a common management platform for the above data centre infrastructure.

Rittal’s Dynamic Rack Control solution integrates RFID technology in the racks to provide asset management and data centre capacity planning, resulting in higher efficiencies.

Physical security solutions range from specialised enclosures, offering physical protection for 19” equipment, to IT security rooms offering physical protection for the entire data centre.

The company says that GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK has the same status in the region that CeBIT, the world’s largest IT show, has in its native Germany.

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