TCTS has a data centre, which is a physical location where sensitive applications and data are stored. The architecture of a data centre is focused on a network of computing and storage resources that allows shared applications and data to be delivered. We have routers, switches, firewalls, storage systems, servers, and application-delivery controllers in our data centre architecture.

Business leaders must seek significant upgrades through infrastructure, processing resources, and bandwidth, from data-producing devices like sensors and cameras to artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and more.

Our team should take inventory of their challenges and pinpoint unique needs when it comes to evolving the organization’s centre strategy.

To effectively handle new challenges around bandwidth, security, and tools like AI, advanced analytics, 5G, edge computing, and more, future data centres will eventually need sufficient processing power—locally, in the cloud, and at the edge. Decentralization, or relocating, processing, and resources away from the organization’s local data centre, would aid in processing speed.

For data centres to adapt, it will be necessary to create changing environments.

Data centres that use self-configuring or self-healing computing devices have infrastructure that allows for real-time maintenance, configuration, and issue resolution, adapt dynamic, and remote environments.

Our organisation Staff can handle the numerous technical and hardware components of the new data centre on their own.

Due to the rapid speed of change, TCTS IT talented resources will solve problems ranging from computing power to energy management in center.

What We Experience

Data center are often mired with technical debt and take a siloed approach to application delivery, agility, Elasticity, and Cost Optimization of Business Demands; Businesses are hampered with the increase in human errors. 

Despite that the cost of downtime is well documented—and that critical applications are more vulnerable than ever before—organizations struggle to build, test, and execute robust disaster recovery and business continuity plans. Traditional backup and replication methods make the issue worse, i.e., the solution often gets additional layers of complexity. There is significant inefficiency built into the infrastructure in many  centers that are constructed with significant redundancy to maximize uptime, availability and to accommodate future peak loads that have yet to be encountered. Many centers are able to reduce their power consumption by 15-25%, or more, after introducing DCIM.


Many organizations are migrating towards automation and cloud platforms, on the other hand, some are still using manual tasks and processes, as well as ever-increasing technical debt.


How We Fix

We take a holistic approach to data center design by providing our clients with proven solutions that combine unified computing, storage, and network architectures. Our approaches are proven to our clients by reducing silos, and also our clients enjoy accelerated times, reduced compliance, and easy deployment flexible operations.

We also simplify the traffic between your production and disaster recovery facilities by offering our clients storage-based backup. We are also offering a whole approach to make sure that our client’s data and business infrastructure is protected in an event of a disaster.

Our business strategy is not limited to help our clients understand what is possible, but also to make sure which task and process should be automated based on their business requirements. We support any type of application for our clients ranging from bare metal or hypervisor to a top of the latest technologies emerging in the market.