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Connected Infrastructure: Defining our Solutions

Friday, April 29, 2016

Legrand’s solutions are the foundation for Connected Infrastructure, our comprehensive approach to the network. Whether you look at our solutions for improving airflow, cable management, connectivity density, reducing installation time or just improving the customer experience, all solutions are encompassed by Connected Infrastructure.

Core to the Connected Infrastructure philosophy are five elements which we use to speak about our solutions and the value they provide to customers: Performance, Time, Space, Experience and Sustainability. These elements are instrumental in the design and evaluation of your network and we have broken them down and what they mean in a Connected Infrastructure below:

Performance

Performance

With the overwhelming movement to virtualization and cloud infrastructure, the emphasis on throughput at the rack level is moving to a focus on the overall performance of the network infrastructure.

Time

Time

With tight project deadlines and a shrinking number of IT staff, the ability to reduce time demands for common tasks provides increasing value.

High Density

Space

As the cost of major data center and building network redesigns and changes skyrockets, the ability to optimize existing rack units, as well as vertical and horizontal space is critical.

Excellence

Experience

Project deployment and ongoing management require an enhanced customer-vendor relationship. Having the right technical, design, installation and channel teams ensures that your network infrastructure is deployed flawlessly.

Sustainability

Sustainability

The data center and building network are often focal points for an organization’s ability to meet environmental and energy-reduction objectives. Meeting complex sustainability demands and goals can be a challenge for even the most experienced IT professionals.

To learn more about Connected Infrastructure, including additional videos and collateral, visit this page.