Belden Partners Future Facilities NA to Leverage its Data Center Solutions
SAN JOSE, CA: Belden Inc. has joined hands with Future Facilities NA to enhance its data center which can help data managers to draw decisions with the help of engineering simulation. Belden took this step to include volatile changes in its Data Center Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Modeling and simulation software to meet business demands.
Belden is a global end-to-end signal transmission solutions provider which aims to utilize IT infrastructure in a scalable and efficient manner by utilizing Future Facilities’ ‘6SigmaDCX’. Also, by using the features of 6SigmaDCX Belden ensures that customers can assess performance of data center to ease IT load by delivering sufficient power to IT infrastructure.
“When we can work with clients to tell them whether a planned change can be made without negatively impacting uptime, energy efficiency or productivity, they’ll be able to avoid critical events and make choices more confidently.” said Michael Peterson, Technology and Applications Manager, Data Centers, Belden. Also by using simulation software, Belden assists its customers by gradually reducing CAPEX costs and data center operation costs, thus helping customers reduce risk in processes and increase their productivity.
With the partnership, Belden and Future Facilities are set to leverage conventional practices to manage data centers by allowing dynamic changes to it. Initially, several data center operators relied on conventional practices and tried to incorporate innovative changes in current data center infrastructure. But, the traditional infrastructure seldom adapts to changes and as a result, the data center operators fail to withstand expectations of customers, fail to provide industry leading solutions and deliver quality services to its customers.
“Engineering simulation is crucial to predicting the impact of change on cost, risk and performance. We’re excited to partner with Belden to offer our best-of-breed solution to their customers in the mission critical space.” said Robert Schmidt, Sales Manager, Future Facilities.