For nearly 40 years, JEM Tech Group has aspired to build long-lasting relationships by making great strides to bridge the gap between Facilities and IT professionals. Our goal is to help clients achieve full optimization of their mission critical infrastructure covering data centers, telecommunication closets, branch offices, remote sites, and command and control centers. To accomplish this, JEM takes the time to listen and understand the customer's needs, offering vendor neutral strategies resulting in significant savings on their long-term energy costs.
When you engage JEM for a project within your mission critical infrastructure, we are by your side every step of the way from the design process to full product installation. Our distinct process includes: establishing short and long-term goals; needs assessment; solution design and presentation providing product, software, and service recommendations; proof of concept; sample and/or past performance reference(s); budget generation; creation of a product and solution implementation timeline. The JEM team has many years' experience in each step of the process and will monitor each phase closely ensuring complete customer satisfaction.
Stability, agility and efficiency reign as the top IT infrastructure goals. A stable mission critical infrastructure means less time "putting out fires" and more time implementing new platforms or optimizing existing ones. JEM offers a wide range of industry leading products for data centers, telecommunication closets, branch offices, remote sites and command and control centers to accomplish these goals.
A Guide to Intelligent Rack Power Distribution Over the past few years, data center managers are focusing on operations costs, efficiency improvements and resource optimization. Beyond the actual cost to power the data center, they are considering the impact of current operations and future expansion. Since almost all data center power consumption comes from the […]
Tips to prevent data center downtime Did you know, according to the Ponemon Institute, the cost of a data center outage in 2016 cost you around $740,500? That’s nearly $9,000 per minute of lost revenue. What is causing your data center downtime? The top culprits of these outages include UPS system failure, cyber attacks and […]
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