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Case Study: CPI’s Solutions Ensure Safety, Reliability to First Collocation in Oman

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Oman Data Park Case Study Press ReleaseOman Data Park, the first IT Cloud Service provider in the country of Oman, needed a data center architecture that would handle rising heat loads effectively. The company was also aware that its employees had to work in an environment that was either too hot or too cold.

Because of Chatsworth Products’ (CPI) technical know-how, flexibility and customization capabilities, Oman Data Park got all it wanted for its data center.

This meant custom GF-Series GlobalFrame® and N-Series TeraFrame® Network Cabinet System with Vertical Exhaust Ducts in Glacier White. Cable management accessories by CPI also helped improve the data center design.

“CPI Vertical Exhaust Ducts offered unparalleled flexibility, scalability and a robust solution,” stated Maqbool Al Wahaiby, Assistant General Manager of Physical and Active Infrastructure at Oman Data Park.

And because the facility now runs at optimal performance and under steady temperatures, Oman Data Park is also able to provide a healthier and safer working environment to its employees.

Full details of this success story can be found here.

Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist

Posted by Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist at 04/30/2014 10:33:11 AM

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