Forsythe Data Centers Makes All Data Centers Available for Clients with Multiple facilities

By CIOReview | Tuesday, February 3, 2015
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SKOKIE, IL: Forsythe Technology, a provider of IT infrastructure technology and integration, announces that its Forsythe Data Centers Retail+ colocation facility will soon be available for clients.

The company partners with T5 Facilities Management (T5FM), a T5 Data Centers subsidiary, to deliver multiple facility management services through application of best practices such as policies and procedure that reduces risk and removes operational concern. The T5FM focuses on safety, training and customer communication services providing, colocation facility solutions for Forsythe Data Centers’ clients.

Forsythe applies new, beta-stage Lithium-Ion UPS battery technology from its partner Emerson Network Power - a division of Emerson Electric Company that manufactures and develops power backup systems and supplies, embedded computing solutions as well as connectivity technologies for data center professionals.

David Sonner, VP of power products at Emerson Network Power, states that the new battery provides stored energy in data centers that results longer life reducing maintenance cost and need of replacements. It enhances the usability of space by using smaller footprint without the need ventilation to lower construction as well as installation costs for increment in capital efficiency. Forsythe Data Centers facility will use Liebert NX UPS 300kVA and 500 kVA systems in future that are supported by Liebert Lithium-Ion battery.

In addition, Forsythe Data Centers combines its independent, multi-vendor Technology Evaluation Center and its integration and configuration center comprising executive briefing center. The new integration allow clients plan, procure, build, test, migrate, house and manage IT environment at one location. Customers can leverage company’s all facilities including, data center migration, business continuity and disaster recovery service, IT infrastructure optimization and remote handling.