Emerson Network to help build Asia’s largest green data center

Emerson Network Power announced that it is joining a group of companies
that are providing technologies and solutions for a world-class green data
center being built in Malaysia by Teliti International, a leading Malaysian IT
services provider.

With a capacity of 120,000 square feet, Teliti‘s facility will be Asia’s largest green data center. The data center, due to open
with an initial 45,000 square feet in the first half of 2012, will offer
customers a variety of cost-effective and reliable services, including advanced
Internet hosting, flexible co-location, cloud computing, and fully managed
information technology services such as managed storage and processing on

“The world-class technologies from Emerson Network Power and our other
partners provide us with the unique ability to monitor and control every aspect
of our data center infrastructure, including power, cooling, and space
utilization,” said Musa Mohd Lazim, CEO of Teliti Datacentres.

“This allows us to fine-tune data center operations and to observe
trends in capacity utilization to ensure optimal management. In bringing
together a consortium of companies with industry-leading expertise in their
respective fields, we have found a winning formula for a sustainable,
cutting-edge green data center,” Lazim added.

“Emerson Network Power’s technologies are designed to maximize the
availability, capacity, and efficiency of data centers like this one,” said
Scott Barbour, Emerson Network Power business

By Telecomlead.com Team
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