Forest Interactive provides superior performing, end to end cabling solutions to meet your present day and future data center solutions needs.
Without a properly designed cabling infrastructure, the data center is in jeopardy. In fact, independent research indicates that while the cabling infrastructure only represents 2% to 5% of a typical IT budget, as much as 50% of network problems are related to an inadequate or underperforming cabling infrastructure.
Your Data Center Partner
Forest Interactive knows your data center is much more than a space that simply houses servers and network equipment. Fueled by e-commerce and the IP world we live in today, the data center has become the most critical asset and investment for nearly every organization. It is truly the operations center of your business: housing all the missioncritical applications, equipment and systems you need to enable every transaction, communication and task, providing the links to customers, business partners and vendors around the world and even controlling building environmental, security and life safety systems.
The Challenges of Data Center Design
Faced with the now fundamental importance of the data center and the need to provide for ever-increasing applications, transmission speeds and data storage, businesses are experiencing a significant upsurge in the amount of equipment their data centers must support. Consequently, IT managers must design scalable data centers to support their future growth and potentially new technologies, while ensuring maximum performance, density and manageability. At the same time, the amount of power needed to run the data center is at an all time high, requiring sufficient cooling and energy efficient solutions.
And as if those challenges werent enough, the new economics of IT has put budgets under
increased scrutiny, requiring IT managers to ensure ROI and lowest total cost of ownership when selecting data center components Belden provides superiorperforming, end to end cabling solutions to meet your present day and future data center needs.