Reclaim Lost Capacity In Your Data Center – Predict Before You Commit

The Virtual Facility© is a simulator for data centers, allowing you to evaluate the immediate and long-term engineering impacts of any physical change to the data center in past, present, and future states in terms of power, space, cooling, and networking.

3D modeling has well been accepted as a standard for design, but integrated into a live Predictive DCIM® application, enterprise customers are able to make deployment decisions that protect Resilience, Efficiency and ultimately Capacity. We have seen that in the absence of this foresight, the typical data center will lose 30% or more of its total target capacity.

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