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Data Center & Server Movers in Philadelphia, PA

An often overlooked issue when moving a data center is cabling issues. Where are your components going to be located in the new facility? How long will each cable need to be? How much power are you going to need and where? Answering these questions ahead of time will help you layout the new data center and make the transition smooth.


Network Mapping


Before you disconnect the first component, you ve got to map out the physical location of the network. The connections between each server worked well in the old location, but the new data center is laid out different. Plotting out where everything will go can help you ensure you have all the supplies needed to an uneventful move.


Measure Twice, Order Once


Sure, it s easy enough to build a slightly longer network cable or two when you need it. However, a whole server room could need several longer cables and not all of them are network cables. Where is each server going to be located? You need to map out the room, and figure out the cable lengths and types you need. Maybe you have KVM multiplexers in addition to network cables; perhaps you may have other unnoticed cable needs. Measuring your layout twice can ensure that you ll only need to order your cabling once. This will help you avoid unnecessary down time.


Power Problems


While you re thinking about cabling, take a look at potential power problems. You re going to need sufficient electricity for all IT equipment. Plotting out the placement of server racks, servers, and network equipment in advance will help to avoid problems with power. Simply put, your new layout will be different from the old one. Server racks will need to be arranged differently and you re going to need access to power. In addition to cable lengths, you will need access to uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs). Perhaps you ll need more outlets or PDU s. When you map out your new data center you will need to know how much power is available, and how much power you will need.


National Computer Warehouse Services (NCWS)


When your project requires anything data center related, call NCWS we can help. NCWS are server moving experts! The team is well trained and available 24x7x365. For the last thirteen years NCWS has built a reputation for managing and successfully completing various scopes of data center relocations the right way in Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas of:


Philadelphia, PA Pittsburgh, PA Wilkes-Barre / Scranton, PA

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