Data centre network Services

Data generating megatrends like Industry 4.0, IoT & 5G are fuelling the demand for more data centres and newer business models. Data centre business dynamics are changing, thanks to consolidation, cost control, and multi-cloud environment. With the rising concerns about climate change, there has been a tremendous quest to design Data Centres that are energy efficient. New imperatives including AI-enabled Data Centre solutions, virtualisation, integrated Data Centre security, and simply controlled ecosystem, will drive innovation and automation across the board.

It is not only the core data centre infrastructure that demands a new way of thinking, we have to re-imagine the entire data centre ecosystem, with a keen eye on the future. While demand-side factors will result in more and more data centres being deployed, data centre experts across the world are now focusing on solving some pressing concerns in the data centre space. All the big and small components of data centres are being thought anew. We see newer technologies and imperatives in cooling strategies, airflow management, rack densification, data centre management, and orchestration and even in niche areas like premise security, Data Centre operations management, and Read More..


Our offerings

Our data centre suite has an eye on the future and provisions for all the new age imperatives for building high-performance data centres

Our features

STL ThinkAhead Data Centre suite comprises modern-day, future-ready data centre solutions, spanning across the entire data centre ecosystem and lifecycle . STL ThinkAhead Data Centres achieve these imperatives while solving the more with less conundrum

Real-time Policy Design
Fast and cost-optimised
build-outs
Real-time Policy Design
White space
maximisation
Real-time Policy Design
Energy efficiency &
optimum cooling
Real-time Policy Design
Automation
for excellence
Real-time Policy Design
360-degree
Security
Real-time Policy Design
Well-structured DC
networking & connectivity

Focussed products



VULCAN

Decrease your Data Centres' carbon footprint with STL Containment solutions for next-gen Data Centres


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DSEE 360O

A sneak peak into how we implement Data Centres solutions... our Way!



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Case Study


Here is how we built futuristic Data Centres for our customers

Data Centre Solutions

Building hyperscale data centres for one of the largest cloud providers


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Data Centre Solutions

Integrating containment solution with ICT installation, flawlessly...


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Network Services

Delivering an advanced and highly secure Data Centre ecosystem


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FAQ's


A data centre or sometimes referred to as a server farm is a centralised physical location housing compute resources (high-end servers), storage (SSD, HDD, Flash, Optical), and networking equipment (routers, switches, firewalls, etc.) for collecting, storing, processing, distributing and allowing access to large amounts of data. Apart from the IT equipment data centre also houses environment controls (airflow, humidity & temperature sensors), server racks, power supplies (backup systems, generators), and cabling systems (ethernet, copper, optical fibre). Initially datacentres were introduced to manage large influx of service requests and store some amount of user generated data whereas now it has evolved to adopt technologies such as virtualisation, cloud computing, mobile, Internet of Things (IoT) applications, machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI) and big data analytics.

Built, owned, and managed by a company for particular use-cases for their target user set. They are usually built on-site but can also be built away from the company premise.

Consist of one data center owner selling space, power, and cooling to multiple enterprises and hyperscale customers in a specific location. The company focuses entirely on running the compute, storage, and networking equipment while the data centre service provider takes care of the space, power, cooling, security and IT racks.

Managed services data centres are deployed, managed and monitored by a third-party datacentre service provider for a company. The features and functionality can be accessed by the company using a managed service platform (MSP)

An off-site datacentre provider such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud that stores the data of various enterprises. The data is fragmented and stored at various locations across the internet (ie datacentres across the world) offering enhanced security, scalability, management, reliability, customisation, and cost-effectiveness.

Learning Resources

Key insights into future-ready data centre designs

Whitepaper

Data Centres and the art of accelerated value

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Blogs

Digital Evolution of
Data Centers

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Infographic

Top Imperatives for
the Data Centres of
the Future

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Webinar

Designing and Building Futuristic Data Centres

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