As the number of users and devices connecting to the internet continues to rise dramatically, and organizations collect, store and analyze more data each day, the demand for data centers is in the midst of unprecedented growth. Carrier has the expertise to support this expansion and help data centers control costs and energy usage while ensuring uptime, scalability and security. We offer a range of solutions designed to cool, monitor and protect unique data center environments.
Automated Logic’s WebCTRL building automation system monitors the sophisticated heating, ventilating and air-conditioning technology that keeps Princeton University’s High-Performance Computing Research Center’s 1,800 computers safely operating, all while meeting high standards for energy efficiency and uninterrupted operation.
Princeton’s facility was among the first data centers in the world to achieve U.S. Green Building Council LEED Gold® certification, reducing its energy use by a third in its first year of operation.
Orange Business Services, a global information technology and communications services provider, chose a Chubb fire detection and extinguishing system to protect its data center in Schiphol-Rijk, Netherlands.
Chubb's Argonite fire suppression system, based on an environmentally neutral blend of argon and nitrogen, is ideal for areas like data centers, which house critical equipment that could be damaged by water, foam or powder. Chubb also safeguards the data center by providing intrusion protection, access control and video surveillance systems.
Tech giant Cisco Systems needed a building controls supplier with powerful networking capabilities, the ability to integrate with its existing building systems and the scalability to expand along with the company. That’s why it chose Automated Logic to deliver a system that was reliable, scalable and easy to use.
A trial installation in a Cisco data center led to the deployment of Automated Logic solutions throughout Cisco’s multiple buildings and campuses, resulting in better networking, better communication, and better insight into building conditions and potential issues.