New consortium for datacentres


New consortium for datacentres

Greenwoods Communications has joined a number of UK datacentre product and services suppliers to form the Unite Technology Partnership.

The aim of the consortium is to provide an end-to-end service from consultancy to
products, and services to financing, minimising the risk to buyers when specifying and purchasing complex datacentre systems.

Unite Technology Partnership believes it can fundamentally provide more than just the latest technology and meet the needs of mission-critical computer equipment facilities by providing a service that recognises and addresses actual customer needs. The partnership is confident that it can offer and integrate multiple technologies to satisfy datacentre demands.

The partnership is the brainchild of David Bates, commercial director for datacentre specialist Comrac. "In simple terms, customers will get a low risk and practical solution with a faster time to market," says Bates.

"From planning, to deploying the assets, to lifecycle management, we can assemble leading experts from the Unite program. These experts combine and co-ordinate to ensure and establish the overall customer need, this is then matched and delivered by the alliance and integration of the stated capability offerings."

The range of products and services that the Unite Technology Partnership can provide includes environmental assessment design and remediation; environmental monitoring and control; server rack solutions, either integrated, high density or standalone; remote console management; UPS power quality; business compliance and information security; intelligent IP surveillance; asset and lifecycle management support; field engineering; finance leasing

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