Data Center Lighting & Efficiency

As data center operators, engineers and architects consider different ways to make their data centers more efficient, often the last areas they consider is data center lighting. While lighting only comprises 3 to 5 percent of a data center’s energy load, it’s one of the easiest areas to address and one that will help take a data center with good Power Utilization Effectiveness (PUE) to one with great PUE.

With that in mind – one of the standard ways to optimize the delivery of resources is to deliver them “on-demand.” Basically, provide the resource when it’s needed, not supply it continually. The same can be applied for lighting.

This is effectively a lights-out data center approach and Regard Network Solution will help you to design such solution for your Data Center.. While many data center operators believe they operate a lights-out type of facility, in actual practice, they do not. In facilities with this type of policy, lights are turned on manually across a large swath of space when a technician enters the racks to get to a particular small section of the site, such as an aisle.

IP PDU (Power Distribution Unit)

Regard Network Data Center Professionals provides different Data Center Management devices and IP PDU is one of them. IP PDU is controlled thru network and devices can be managed using these devices.

This will also alert you in case of any power surge occurred in Data Center. We can enable metering of each and every data center component using IP PDU devices. Charge back model at power distribution level is also enabled using this component. Our professionals will help you and design such solution for you.


IP KVM

Regard Network Data Center Professionals provides different Data Center Management devices and IP KVM is one of them.

A KVM switch (with KVM being an abbreviation for "keyboard, video and mouse") is a hardware device that allows a user to control multiple computers from one or more[1] keyboard, video monitor and mouse. Although multiple computers are connected to the KVM, typically a smaller number of computers can be controlled at any given time. Modern devices have also added the ability to share other peripherals like USB devices and audio.