The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry faced unprecedented challenges in 2020: how to immediately transition administrative and professional staff and students to remote work and learning, how to maintain the network with limited access to facilities?
To support the huge number of connected devices and sensors, edge deployments sprawled. As a result, factors such as critical factors such as power management, cooling capacity and physical security have now taken on even greater importance. How will these trends impact the ICT infrastructure in a post-pandemic reality?
Chatsworth Products (CPI), a global provider of products and services that power and protect critical ICT infrastructure, is in a unique position to recommend technology to help jump start your upgrades and prepare for the future. In this paper, managers from CPI’s global offices weigh in on the key drivers and solutions for the years ahead.
• A more holistic approach to operations that addresses power management, infrastructure and security as
• An integrated ecosystem that simplifies equipment management and capacity in both on-premise data centers as well as remote sites
• Suppliers who can provide customizable, scalable and environmentally rated solutions that can support and protect new-generation equipment