Wrexham Maelor Hospital in Wales deploys Secure IT Environments Information center

Small installation set up on site.

The Wrexham Maelor Hospital in Wales has deployed a little on site data centre designed by Secure IT Environments. The hospital is a part of the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, largest health care organization in Wales, UK.

– Health check.

The data centre has an inner footprint of 12×10 meters, and consists of 16×19, cabinets, raised access flooring, cold aisle containment, overhead power distribution system, Novec Fire Detection and VESDA detection system, DCIM environmental monitoring of the space and infrastructure, access control and CCTV.

Our data centers play a crucial role in the running of our associations, supporting our wide ranging clinical and business actions, Sion Jones, head of information & communication technology to the Health Board, stated. It’s strategically important which we maintain fit for purpose data center facilities to sponsor the many and diverse systems which exists in modern NHS ICT infrastructure. SITE has worked with the board on many projects and consistently turned out to be a superb partner, providing to the very high standards and spec we anticipate in only 12 weeks. SITE will offer maintenance and assistance services for the subsequent 3 years. Chris Wellfair, projects manager at SITE, stated: Through decades of experience we’ve learnt what it can take to deliver the highest standards of design, resilience security, and energy efficiency which are required in a hospital settings. The new data centre will be in the heart of the daily running of the hospital, helping staff and clinicians continue to deliver the highest standards of maintenance.

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