Rittal GmbH unveils RimatriX5 IT infrastructure solution

March 20, 2006 - Solution offers five coordinated IT modules.

Rittal GmbH has unveiled the RimatriX5 IT infrastructure solution.

The solution offers five coordinated IT modules, including rack, power, cooling, security, as well as monitoring and remote management. It is an integrated complete package designed to offer a comprehensive range of services for computer centers.

From consulting, planning and installation through to commissioning and care and maintenance, the service package is designed to guarantee maximum operational safety all from one source. A total of five safety measures have been added to the range of RimatriX5 services and are provided as one single package at a uniform charge: Functional analysis for design version, power supply, air-conditioning, power supply, a safety and fire alarm system and an operational/emergency organization.

Rittal representatives say IT executives can use this to obtain a professional functional analysis of their IT infrastructure for maximum operational reliability and availability, as well as top cost-efficiency. They say this is becoming increasingly important, as apart from the economic damage due to the failure of IT systems, increased credit costs and tightened insurance stipulations may inflate costs - not to mention the ensuing liabilities for the IT staff concerned. All in all, these safeguards are designed to prevent unwelcome resulting costs and provide the highest levels of security companies' sensitive IT departments.

Taken together, all the RimatriX5 modules are designed to represent an ideally coordinated IT infrastructure. Features include modular UPS systems with an efficiency of 1, or an energy efficient server cooling with a cooling output of up to 30 kW in different mounting variations. These include cooling via the rear door, from the side or cooling from both sides for maximum cooling output.

Rittal GmbH is based in Germany. For more information visit www.rimatrix5.com.


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