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Network Management

When you are designing a data center estimating tolerances in your raised floor is a challenge but at least you have the engineering flexibility to make changes in the design before building.

Once your data center is up and running, the problem of raised floor weight management is more daunting.

Whenever the decision to add or move equipment is considered, facility managers must consider the impact of the extra load. 

Whether you are a design engineer specifying a new facility or a facility manager looking to make changes, CFDesign’s Weight Management approach helps you model the anticipated load in your Digital Twin  raised floor. Benefits include:

• You set the Tolerance – You can either use standard load limits imposed by OEMs or you can specify your own tolerances based on corporate policy, environmental and business factors, or specific safety guidelines.

• Automatic Warnings – Any simulated change to your Virtual Facility which will violate chosen load tolerances will trigger an alert. And prevent you from making a costly mistake as well as preventing an actual unsafe situation.

• Flexible and Easy to Manipulate – Simulated installs/moves/uninstalls are easy to make using drag-and-drop functionality. Weight Management allows for different methods of floor contact (e.g., uneven weight distribution, with or without feet, etc.)