Following a competitive tender under the NHS framework agreement Keysource was commissioned to plan and manage the installation of a new UPS and electrical infrastructure within a live data centre that supports the mission critical IT and hospital services. In addition Keysource deployed a DCIM software tool to improve performance, resilience and future capacity planning.
Much of the existing power infrastructure at the data centre was undocumented, but by combining the new UPS installation with the implementation of a integrated DCIM solution Keysource provided full sight of the assets, from the IT to the supporting infrastructure. Armed with this full range of data from across the DC Estate, St Helier’s ICT department can undertake comprehensive capacity planning to ensure the facility runs as efficiently as possible.
Serving over 400,000 residents the Hospital provides a full range of medical and specialist services including a busy 24-hour accident and emergency department. Utilizing our experience of over 30 years within critical environments Keysource were able to complete the project with six weeks and with zero downtime.
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