For OpenText, a Canadian company specialised in dealing with data traffic for clients, the continuity and availability of the data centre technical infrastructure (cooling and power) is key to offer maximum support of IT services to their clients.
OpenText’s data centres in the Netherlands are a few years old now. That means that a lot of technical equipment such as cooling and power is at the end of its usable life and needs replacement.
The challenge is: how are they going to replace those kinds of critical components within a data centre while business continues as usual?Take a look at the video how Royal HaskoningDHV guides and supports OpenText in this transition from the start of the process and the idea right up to the implementation and execution.
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