Data Center Solutions

World Class, High Quality and Economical
"Data Center Solutions"

We has the knowledge and products
to make your data center secure,
productive, power efficient and future
ready. We can manage the entire process
by providing comprehensive and timely
knowledge of data center issues and the
latest technologies.
As more businesses than ever demand
video, voice and data systems to be
managed over one converged network,
the role of the data center has become
even more critical.


We keep you current on the latest data center products, applications, industry trends,

standards and emerging technologies. Our experts draw on years of experience and training

to identify and specify products and solutions for the most sophisticated data centers.

Technology Solutions Team

Our Technology SolutionsTeam
includes a variety of resources
to provide you with expertise and
guidance on your most challenging
electrical infrastructure, network
infrastructure, power and cooling
and security issues.

Infrastructure Solutions Lab

The Infrastructure Solutions lab
allows us to test and demonstrate
the most practical technology from
best-in-class manufacturers. Our
mission for The Lab is simple:
educate, demonstrate and evaluate..


Today's enterprise data centers are often a complex, intertwined network of solutions that were brought together at various times during your business' growth.

We know what it takes to design, deploy and maintain a connected and efficient data center. But we also understand that sometimes you've got to work with what you've got. That's why we offer a flexible portfolio of robust and cost-effective copper and fiber infrastructure solutions that fit seamlessly with your infrastructure now but can easily be migrated to higher speeds in the future.

We also provide a number of intelligent solutions that can help you manage and optimize your network and its connectivity—so your data center can deliver the best performance possible. Meet our Connected and Efficient Data Center solutions for Enterprises:

Best-in-class preterminated fiber and copper connectivity

Comprehensive automated infrastructure management (AIM) solution

Holistic data center infrastructure management systems

End-to-end, device-to-the-data-center structured cabling solutions

Easy-to-install and easy-to-augment optical raceway


Data Center Solutions team will lead with an architectural approach based on a completeness of vision across the entire IT landscape. Our team brings a unique approach to technology planning; unlike some others, our perspective is vision-based, not focused on a specific product or spec. Rather, we want to take a look at that 3 year plan and help you get to where you need to go – out of the jungle and into the clear. We can worry about fulfilling PO once you feel comfortable with the direction you’re going and the equipment your organization is wielding.

So, go ahead. Come talk to OST and let us show you how our machete wielding PMOs have the ability to lead you out of the jungle and back to high ground with some IT architecture.

With ever-increasing data center (DC) size and complexity, DC managers and IT professionals require the right configurations and equipment to meet their specific environment needs, as well as remote management solutions that enable them to quickly and effectively access servers, network devices, and other mission-critical equipment.

These products are not only vital to run the system efficiently, but can also contribute to an overall strategy that saves your company money. With a vendor independent approach, the experts at RJT Data Center Solutions can review your specific environment and help you find the best infrastructure solutions for your data center, server room, computer closet, or server rack.

We offer our customers datacenter infrastructure deployment, consulting, and migration services around infrastructure. DataEndure helps its customers simplify the migration of data and workloads to the cloud.

Companies can also choose to virtualize these components, and DataEndure can provide reporting and analytics for virtual environments and cost comparisons for on-prem vs. the cloud.

This enables our customers to meet their infrastructure needs through data center solutions that reduce costs, improve productivity, and incorporate evolving workloads.


• High airflow dispersion floor tiles
• Rack-mount power distribution
• Uninterruptable power supplies (UPS)
• Thermal management: passive,
hot and cold aisle containment,
in-row closed coupled and
precision cooling solutions
• Network and environmental monitoring
• Power surge and transient voltage surge
suppression (TVSS) protection


Resilient Systems

So there’s no single point of collapse, no weak links. We architect systems that withstand single component failures.

High Availability

In the event of a hardware or software failure, an IT service can provide automated failover.

Disaster Recovery

The service can be restored in the event of catastrophe.

Business Continuity

So the show goes on without a hitch.

Our design criteria utilizes disaster recovery servers and storage as development, test, sandbox, and in some cases, production resources. We use software based remote data replication products such as Quest Shareplex, Oracle, Veritas Volume Replicator, and GoldenGate. We use array based remote data replication products such as SRDF, MirrorView, Continuous Access, and others.


Server rack cabinets have become a staple in the technology world. Whether it be in data centers, classrooms or offices, they’re not hard to find. And as anyone who has worked with them knows, not all server racks are created equal. There is great variation in both the servers themselves as well as the racks that hold them. Here are just 10 different types of server racks and cabinets commonly used.

Post Server Racks
The most basic server rack is an open frame 4-post rack. These are easily assembled, and their simple 19” width frame is perfect for rackmounting equipment when you don’t have to worry about anyone poking around where they’re not supposed to. The 4-post rack provides easy access to your cabling and equipment, as well as unrestricted airflow for ventilation.

Post Relay Racks
The term relay rack has been around for over a hundred years, first used in the early 20th century for telecommunication and railroad signaling. With their small footprint, 2-post Relay (or Telco) racks are excellent for those tight spaces in your data center. This rack allows center or flush mount configuration for your equipment, and like the 4-post rack, offers easy access to equipment and maximum ventilation. Specialized kits are available to turn these simple 2-post racks into 4 point mounting.

Portable Server Racks & Cabinets
For small applications, portable server racks and cabinets are a great way to go. Need to travel? No problem! Take it along for the ride! Strong and lightweight, these mini server racks and cabinets are made to fit under desks, or on top of your counters or work station when you don’t have the space for - or just don’t need - a full size rack.

Colocation Server Cabinets
In a growing trend, some data centers, known as colocation centers, offer equipment, space and bandwidth that can be rented. When you’re sharing a server cabinet with a neighbor, you want to know that your data is completely safe. The colocation - or “colo” - server cabinet is extremely helpful in that area. Colo server cabinets provide secure, self-contained compartments for multiple tenants to share a single cabinet, so you don’t have to worry about tampering - accidental or intentional.

Air Conditioned Server Cabinets
More companies are turning off air conditioning on nights and weekends, leaving your electronic equipment vulnerable to over-heating. If you are watching the temperature gauge in your server cabinet climb to unhealthy levels, an air conditioned server cabinet may be for you. These cabinets keep sensitive electronics cool and safe in any environment using internal or external air conditioners.

Quiet & Soundproof Server Cabinets
Servers aren’t just hot, they’re loud as well. And working in a room full of noisy equipment isn’t only irritating, it can be dangerous. Quiet racks use acoustic foam or noise reducing designed systems to bring that roar down to a whisper, and dissipate excessive heat produced by servers, disk drives and controllers by up to 7.2KW.

Seismic Server Racks
Seismic server racks are designed to withstand shock from earthquakes. Whether Zone 1, or Zone 4, seismic racks are built to ensure your equipment stays operational during a seismic event. NEBS (Network Equipment-Building Systems) cabinets go through months of rigorous testing to obtain seismic certification in order to meet EC&M building code requirements. Typical racks are engineered with extra cross bracing. These racks are bolted to the floor to prevent tipping.

Cable Network Racks
If you have a network, you probably have a lot of cable bundles. Most server cabinets don’t leave much room for those large bundles, forcing you to rearrange your equipment to accommodate them. Cable network racks have adjustable vertical rails, allowing them to slide left or right - forward and backwards. These cabinets are generally wider than most server cabinets and have widths from 19” to 28”, allowing cables to drop down one or both sides of the cabinet.

NEMA Certified Enclosures
The National Electrical Manufacturer Association (NEMA) uses a standard testing system to define the type of environment where an electrical enclosure can be used. Whether for indoor or outdoor use, hazardous environments and even submerged under water – NEMA certified enclosures are built to keep equipment safe no matter what Mother Nature throws at them.

Network Switch Cabinets
The network switch rack is a wide-bodied server rack designed to support large, modular network switches while allowing for proper airflow. With a wider cabinet footprint, these monstrosities provide extra space on either side of your rackmounted equipment for cable management and side-to-side airflow solutions.

Brands We Deal With...

All top of the rack brands

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