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Guess how much a typical data center failure can cost?

Posted on April 5, 2012 by Website Administrator

According to a recent study, the average data center downtime is 90 minutes, which results in an average cost per incident of about $505,500 - Ouch!  And, of those surveyed, 95% have experienced one or more unplanned data center outages in the past 2 years - that’s over $1 million dollars in 2 years! (The math - 1 outage/yr x $500K x 2 years = $1Million!) To make matters worse, only 1/3 of respondents felt that they had sufficient resources in order to recover from a failure! Don’t be left in the dark and experience an outage—let Raritan help you prepare with our innovative DCIM solution!


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