iRack has been carefully designed as a self-cooled, self-powered and self-contained rack that maximizes energy efficiency
NETRACK, launched its comprehensive iRack Series at the Datacenter Dynamics (DCD) Converged Conference held recently in Bengaluru. DCD brings together professionals from the data center industry to share ideas and discuss issues related to performance, resilience, energy efficiency and capacity management. NETRACK’s new iRack Series has been designed to help IT administrators enhance the performance and energy efficiency of data centers. The iRack has been designed and configured as a self-cooled, self-powered and self- contained rack with minimal cold air losses and thermal short circuit to save energy.
The trend to have Intelligent Infra Capsules in premises like banking, insurance, manufacturing, educational sectors motivated NETRACK to manufacture the iRack Series. The product comes with unique features like intelligent PDU, camera surveillance, intelligent locking, smart cooling and UPS all integrated in one rack. It enables IT managers to maximize efficiency, space availability and to accommodate their evolving business requirements.
Mr Ravi Raj, Brand Head, Director Sales & Support at NETRACK said, “We have been associated with DCD for the past three years and it is great pleasure to launch the iRack Series at this event. This is an ideal platform for us to connect with end users, system integrators, installers, consultants, distributors, and OEMs all at one place. Such forums not only help us understand the industry’s requirements but also enable us to continuously improve our products according to the challenges faced by the industry.”
“Our solutions are designed to drive data centers efficiencies and cost effectiveness without compromising on the availability and reliability of our network racks. Despite the challenging market, we have managed to record a decent 50% growth this year. With campaigns like Digital India and Make in India, we expect more business to come from Data Centers, Telcos, Government, BFSI, Healthcare and Education sectors,” he added.
DCD brings together professionals from the data center industry to share ideas and discuss challenges related to performance, resilience, energy efficiency and capacity management. The data center industry in India is trying to align with new trends like Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD), Internet of Things, Cloud Services and Big Data. The DCD conference has been organized to help IT professionals gain valuable insights on these upcoming trends and share their experiences and knowledge with each other.