Control system helps keep networks functioning (video)
With an array of electronic devices powering business’ operations, many companies often shelve their servers and system equipment in a room, or closet, as it’s called in commercial spaces.
But with all of those devices in a perpetual state of operation, they collectively generate heat and stymie airflow that can potentially wreak havoc on the monitoring network as a whole.
With its iCom CMS advanced thermal control system, Emerson Electric enables building managers and operators a solution for monitoring and protecting those closets.
J.P. Valiulis of Emerson spoke at AHR 2016 about the ways in which iCom, accessible as a mobile app, plays a key role in quickly addressing problems with system operations.
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