Managing data centers in the age of digital transformation


Your data center is the beating heart of your core business. The term “data center” was so called to make its role obvious: to serve as a central hub for critical  data. If your data center malfunctions or, worse still, stops working entirely, the consequences can be disastrous, resulting in breakdown in operation or even financial losses. 

If you need advice or support for your data center, our experts are available to help you develop an ultra-reliable, forward-facing data center architecture. We design and configure tailored data-center infrastructures and operate them upon request.

Big Data


With over 175 zettabytes of data expected by 2025, data centers will continue to play a vital role in the absorption, computation, storage, and management of information. Big data still places huge burdens on network infrastructure. Huge data sets are still retrieved, stored, sorted, and analyzed to fuel everything from software, machine learning, and a range of innovations to the CEO’s daily decisions and reports to stockholders. Just because it’s now everywhere working silently in the background does not mean that its size has shrunk or that its velocity has slowed. It places a huge demands on infrastructure, networks, and tools. Based on the amount of data you have in your business, we provide you the most operational, secure and most effective technical infrastructure solutions that fulfill the nature of your business.



IT infrastructure is changing and so are the challenges facing the data center. Whereas cloud was once adopted to catch opportunities that lay outside of a traditional IT environment, it’s now becoming a mainstream way to deliver a whole range of applications and business processes. This has given rise to a hybrid IT landscape where cloud services are delivered alongside, traditional non-cloud systems. As a result, cloud is starting to achieve its true potential – not as a way of delivering new capabilities, but as a fully integrated element of the overall IT landscape. And this enable businesses to have a huge variety of opportunities, from improved customer experience, increased agility and greater support for growth-driving innovation – all while lowering costs.