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Infrastructure made easy by Rittal

Rittal’s presence at GITEX Technology Week has two main aims.

Infrastructure made easy by Rittal
Rajesh NR at Rittal upholds the importance of infrastructure management.

Rittal’s presence at GITEX Technology Week has two main aims.

The first is to promote its new network and infrastructure management solutions and it also wants to make its Middle East customers and channel partners aware that Joseph Najjar, has been made the company’s new Managing Director.

The German-based hardware vendor says it can offer end-to-end solutions in the data centre space.

“When it comes to IT we’ve end-to-end infrastructure for data centres,” says Rajesh NR Area Manager, IT at Rittal. He also explains that Rittal offers end-to-end solutions that cover all five essential elements of the data centre infrastructure portfolio: racks, power and cooling, physical security, environmental monitoring and remote management.

Rittal is highlighting the recent regional launch of two new products at GITEX, the Rizone — which is an infrastructure management software solution, which can also integrate with building management systems, and the Dynamic Rack control solution. The latter makes use of RFiD technology to aid with infrastructure asset management and capacity planning.

The IT manager is able to track, rack positioning and contents and also input vital information such as install dates, heat dissipation and power consumption of any product in the rack.

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