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Adder Power - Server Consolidation

According to a Gartner Group survey, 75% of medium-to-large enterprise companies are in the process of planning or implementing server consolidation projects. Physical consolidation projects can be classified into four types: server consolidation within existing racks; intra-building consolidation to recover real estate space and co-locate functions; inter-building consolidation to centralize server functions and recover space; and logical consolidation by employing high capacity servers and storage network devices.

Adder Consulting offers the only products to include rack-based, integrated solutions with power, power distribution, cooling, monitoring, and integration services.

Most corporations often find themselves facing all four types of server consolidation simultaneously. Physical consolidation of servers in particular provides a unique set of problems, which includes extremely high heat and power densities, high bandwidth requirements, load distribution issues and increased cabling.

It presents the same problems as the creation of new data centers - plus the risk of disrupting existing operations. However, physical consolidation projects offer the opportunity to improve system availability by controlling the environment.

Our professional services and BuildOut Tool technology provide careful hot aisle - cold aisle design with properly laid out racks, eliminating raised floor bypass leakage. We provide solutions that are scalable, rack-based and move with servers in relocations.

The Adder Consulting solution for server consolidation offers three significant advantages:

Adder Consulting offers end-to-end integrated solutions that are easy to specify, design, install and operate.
Our solutions can be integrated into existing environments with minimal risk to existing, sensitive IT operations.
APC solutions allow users to monitor rack based equipment to a finer degree than any major competitor and at a much lower cost that conventional monitoring systems.

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