Data center management challenges are mounting for federal and state government agency tech teams. These challenges are forcing many to decide whether to modernize or service infrastructure. That’s according to a new report from Vertiv that explores how to tackle some of these same challenges.
Formerly known as Emerson Network Power, Vertiv is one of the data center market’s largest vendors for power and cooling solutions. Their acquisition by Platinum Equity Group in 2016 has allowed them to respond to changes in how data centers are built, calling for greater power and cooling requirements while maintaining efficiency.
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