Solution provider for data centres and end-to-end server racks, NetRack registered its participation at BICSI – Ranchi. The company highlighted its NRSe series racks for high density application in data centres and server rooms to achieve augmented cooling.
“BICSI has always been one of the most important conferences for us and we are delighted to be a part of Ranchi event too. This platform provides us a compelling opportunity to showcase our latest products and solutions and also acts as an effective medium to connect with the industry stakeholders and IT experts,” said Ravi Raj, Brand Head, Director – Sales & Support, NetRack.
At BICSI Satellite Seminar, NetRack expertise team addressed the pain points of organisations regarding thermal management issues in data centres and server rooms. They also briefed on how to maximise the data centre efficiency by adopting various airflow management initiatives.
NetRack NRSe series helps companies in achieving effective air flow management at the rack level. These racks are manufactured out of steel sheet punched, formed, welded and powder coated with highest quality standards under stringent ISO 9001-2008 Manufacturing & Quality management system. Thermal management with air seal kit and blanking panels and bottom brushed access with enhanced grounding and bonding assures 100 per cent compatibility with all equipment, conforming general industry standards. The features like Intelligent Locking and Rack Monitoring adds to easy management of data centres.
Speaking on the importance and benefits of data centre management, Raj further added, “We can sense an increasing demand in cooling infrastructure for data centres, which can adapt to high and often fluctuating heat loads. Companies look out for data centres that can conserve energy and at the same time reduce the expenditure. Understanding the changing requirements of organisations, we have introduced NRSe series, ensuring them not only to achieve maximum cooling but also eliminate potential trouble spots of their infrastructure.”