In a word, no. According to Gartner, some enterprises enter into a colocation partnership needing recommendations for their space, power and cooling needs. This leads users to base decisions off their equipment’s nameplate rating. Higher density deployments are often difficult to
Leverage our expertise and let vXchnge assess your space, power and cooling requirements proactively to improve your operation and TCO.
Reduced costs - Improved TCO
Reduce the risk of downtime
Your goal should be to fully populate every rack you have. Unfortunately, if a provider limits the amount of power you can use per cabinet, you’ll end up paying extra for unused cabinets and switching equipment.
vXchnge’s data centers are enabled for high-density deployments. Larger cabinets with greater power capacity equip you to fully stack racks and save costs on extra cabinets and gear switching. Plus, cold aisle containment ensures your equipment can operate at higher power densities. All of our vXchnge data centers are equipped with redundant UPS, backup generators and infrastructure redundancy with a proven track record of >99.99999% uptime.
Silicon Valley Power Energy Innovator Award
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Top 30 Tech and Telecom Companies
Title 24 California Energy Commission Award
In the past, colocation facilities created delays and blind spots in areas like maintenance and on-site troubleshooting. As result, hardware failed, TCO spiked and the risk of downtime rose.
vXchnge gives you transparency with your deployed infrastructure. vXchnge’s DCIM solutions and online user interface
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