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IMS 4000E Remote Monitoring System Tracks Key Server Room Conditions

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The IMS-4000E infrastructure monitoring system provides upgraded functionality and peace of mind to business managers who rely on server rooms as the center of IT operations. We have sold more than 6,000 host units worldwide to date.

Monitoring Data Center Humidity to Prevent Costly Damage and Downtime

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In addition to cyber threats, data center personnel have to be aware of physical dangers that can damage equipment and shut down operations. An important environmental hazard to watch out for is humidity.

Frequently Asked Questions: Installing the Stratus EMS Remote Monitoring System in Server Rooms

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Server rooms and data centers are full of expensive equipment. Keeping an eye on equipment status is critical to preventing downtime and saving a significant amount of money on repairs.

How to Save on Energy Costs in Server Rooms

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Server rooms consume massive amounts of energy to keep equipment up and running continuously. One server can use between 500 to 1,200 watts per hour, which adds up to 20,400 watts daily. As a server room facility manager, you can save a significant amount of money and resources by optimizing your energy consumption. 

Preventing the Top Causes of Data Center Downtime

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Data center outages can last anywhere from seconds to hours. But regardless of the length of time a system is down, unexpected downtime can cost you revenue, customers and brand loyalty. This is why it’s critical to ensure continuous monitoring against common culprits for data center downtime. Even if you have a DCIM, it is ideal to have a redundant system that can provide immediate notification of alarms from your UPS, PDU, and other critical equipment. 

Here are some of the top causes of data center downtime and strategies for how you can prevent them from happening in your data center.

Monitor Micro-Controlled Data Center Equipment in Real Time

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Improving efficiency is a top priority for data center managers. In today’s data-driven world, server rooms and data centers play a critical role in keeping businesses up and running. According to Gartner, the average cost of data center downtime is $5,600 per minute. That’s why data centers need to have systems in place to ensure continuous monitoring of equipment status and environmental conditions.

What to Consider When Choosing A Data Center Monitoring System

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When you’re responsible for monitoring critical server equipment, issues can't wait for your attention. And these issues go beyond ensuring the health of the data itself. You need a system that can notify you immediately about high room temperatures, power outages, water damage and other issues so that you can take fast, corrective action.

Server Room Temperature Monitoring with Sensaphone Devices

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Servers are critical infrastructure for your business. Yet, companies frequently overlook the importance of monitoring the temperature of server racks. This blog provides some tips for improving server room temperature monitoring in your data center.

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