During the sub floor cleaning and inspection, we’ve frequently observed the effects of rust corrosives on information technology equipment (ITE) and the raised floor structure of stringers and pedestals . The cause of this ferric oxide is important to determine, as once the remediation process is complete, we want to stop its return . Read more to find out where you should start your inspections.
The advent of micro data centers (MDC), or edge/fog centers, to meet the demand of IoT incorporates physical infrastructure (including racks), fire suppression, power, cooling, and remote management capabilities for real time processing, which consequently creates a need for ongoing maintenance of the center.
We all know that data centers accumulate loose particulates. We know they travel through the center and make their way into the servers. Now more than ever, detailed due diligence is required. A regularly scheduled service with parameters in place for the identification of particulates will allow your data center to stay in optional health.
The service of data center cleaning has been a major focus of late for data centers, service companies and end users. This renewed focus on cleaning services is prompted by ASHRAE and manufacturers such as IBM, Dell and HP. None of these well-respected entities would recommend that the service be performed in-house. DCM is a risk management service , critical to the continuation of critical operations.