Data Center Best Practices – Guidelines for Contamination Control in Datacom Environments

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 8, 2008

Data Clean Corporation on Wednesday introduced a set of guidelines aimed at educating IT and Network Administrators about contamination control in Datacom environments including data centers, server rooms, telecom facilities, and other environments where sensitive electronics are present.


As computer components get smaller, they become more susceptible to failures caused by contamination. Common dust and dirt can accumulate on circuitry and cause short circuits, overheating, and other problems. Contamination related failures can lead to downtime and ultimately lost revenue.


Following these basic guidelines will help prevent contamination bit errors, packet loss, and failures.


To protect sensitive equipment, establish guidelines for all staff and visitors to follow. A contamination prevention initiative should outline activities that are and are not acceptable for your environment.


Guidelines for Contamination Control in Datacom Environments


Establish Datacom Environment Protocols.



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