Network-Critical Physical Infrastructure
To stay competitive in today's rapidly changing business world, companies must update the way they view the value of their investment in Network-Critical Physical Infrastructure, also known as NCPI. In order to make adequate business decisions it's no longer enough to only consider the availability and upfront cost factors. Agility, or business flexibility, and low total cost of ownership have become equally important to companies that will succeed in a global, ever-changing marketplace.
Network-Critical Physical Infrastructure is the foundation upon which IT and telecommunication networks reside. It is the
"backbone" of the business, as its elements provide the power, cooling, physical housing, security, fire protection, and cabling which allow the information technology to function. PTS' ability to view NCPI as a whole rather than as individual components is essential to our success in designing and deploying an integrated, understandable system that performs as expected.
NCPI investments are made because they directly and indirectly impact the business objectives of increasing revenue, reducing costs, and better utilizing assets. The key to achieving high business value is standardization, modularity, and scalability. The NCPI industry must be taken out of its old
"craft industry" mindset where two different facilities have two totally different designs and two totally different sets of unique problems.
Systems must be modular and scalable to match the ever-changing needs of data centers, increase their reliability, and improve the availability of the infrastructure. Our approach to quality solutions is what differentiates PTS from the competition and ensures your Network-Critical Physical Infrastructure needs are met.