IT Infrastructure solutions

IT Infrastructure Solutions play a vital role in delivering an agile and flexible end-to-end business services. Our IT Infrastructure solutions help customers increase productivity and efficiency by delivering these services in the most cost-effective and consistent manner as we address the business and technology challenges that many companies face today.

Enterprise Computing

Enterprise computing, an umbrella that we are providing business systems development products traditionally refers to the mission-critical systems on which a business depends. Mostly Servers which are heart of any IT infrastructure, with correct sizing, understanding scalability and the applications resides ON, we customize our offerings.

Tower Server

Form Factor being consider as sometime very crucial that totally depends on the requirement or the space constraint. A tower server is a computer intended for use as a server and built in an upright cabinet that stands alone. The cabinet, called a tower, is similar in size and shape to the cabinet for a tower-style personal computer.

Advantages of tower servers include:

  • Easier cooling, because the overall component density is fairly low.
  • Scalability, because an unlimited number of servers can be added to an existing network.

Tower Servers are an affordable option for any business looking to consolidate and organize there IT system without the hassle of rack based installation. Suitable for smaller offices, Tower units are flexible in use and are easy to expand and upgrade as needs require.

Rack Server

A rack server, also called a rack-mounted server, is a computer dedicated to use as a server and designed to be installed in a framework called a rack. The rack contains multiple mounting slots called bays, each designed to hold a hardware unit secured in place with screws. A rack server has a low-profile enclosure, in contrast to a tower server, which is built into an upright, standalone cabinet.

A single rack can contain multiple servers stacked one above the other, consolidating network resources and minimizing the required floor space. The rack server configuration also simplifies cabling among network components. In an equipment rack filled with servers, a special cooling system is necessary to prevent excessive heat buildup that would otherwise occur when many power-dissipating components are confined in a small space.

Rack mounted servers offer space saving and performance advantages making them ideal for SMBs looking to invest in IT solutions. Capable of offering always on performance and redundancy, racked servers offer manageability and security.

Blade Server

A blade server is a server chassis housing multiple thin, modular electronic circuit boards, known as server blades. Each blade is a server in its own right, often dedicated to a single application. The blades are literally servers on a card, containing processors, memory, integrated network controllers, an optional Fiber Channel host bus adaptor (HBA) and other input/output (IO) ports.

Blade servers allow more processing power in less rack space, simplifying cabling and reducing power consumption. Latest trends shows server technology, enterprises moving to blade servers can experience as much as an 85% reduction in cabling for blade installations over conventional 1U or tower servers. With so much less cabling, IT administrators can spend less time managing the infrastructure and more time ensuring high availability.

Each blade typically comes with one or two local ATA or SCSI drives. For additional storage, blade servers can connect to a storage pool facilitated by a network-attached storage (NAS), Fiber Channel, or iSCSI storage-area network (SAN). The advantage of blade servers comes not only from the consolidation benefits of housing several servers in a single chassis, but also from the consolidation of associated resources (like storage and networking equipment) into a smaller architecture that can be managed through a single interface. A blade server is sometimes referred to as a high-density server and is typically used in a clustering of servers that are dedicated to a single task.

If your business computing needs change rapidly and space is a premium blade servers offer a compact, reliable solution.

Blade Servers offer space and power saving over rack mounted servers thanks to the high density form and flexible design. Easy to maintain and support blade servers are a popular choice for any high demand resource and offer flexibility to grow with business needs

High Density Server

As we enter a new era of Cloud Computing and as Data Centers begin to grow to extreme scales, the need for improved compute density, power-efficiency, serviceability, and expandability grows as well. Our high-density server solutions deliver by increasing your computing density while reducing your costs, energy, and space requirements.

Highly parallel server systems are designed for a wide range of computationally intensive applications in fields like HPC, Education and Research, Manufacturing, Medical Imaging, Gas Exploration, Quantum Chemistry, Financial Simulation, Genomics, and Astrophysics.

The brands associated for Tower, Rack, Blade and High Density Servers are HP, Dell & Lenovo.

When it comes to storing data, there is no 'one-size-fits-all' solution. Before you decide where or how you will store your structured and unstructured data, "companies first need to understand the amount and type of data they have along with the motivation behind storing the information, Having this background will help determine what route to take, whether building on-premise solutions or moving to the cloud," or some combination of the two. Our Data storage solutions provide optimum usage of data storage devices and the applications wherein how the data being used.

New technologies and tech theory promote the continual expansion of data storage capability. New solid state drives can hold enormous amounts of data in a very small device, enabling various kinds of new applications for many industries, as well as consumer uses.

Entry Level Storage

Eager to improve storage performance; Check out our offerings in Data Storage solutions. Primary storage, which holds data in memory RAM and other "built-in" devices such as the processor's L1 cache, and secondary storage, which holds data on hard disks, tapes, and other devices requiring basic input/output operations.

Network Attached Storage (NAS)

At its most basic, a NAS is used largely for storage and sharing files across a network, but the newest devices can do so much more. We help you understand what to look for when shopping for network-attached storage. NAS can be used as multimedia servers, as most support the UPnP and DLNA protocols. These protocols are for sharing and streaming multimedia files to devices such as gaming consoles, tablets, and phones on a network. NAS are also multifaceted devices that can often be configured as FTP, Web, e-mail, and print servers.

Storage Attached Network (SAN)

Purchasing a SAN system can be a real challenge. Our expert advice to help you decide if your organization would benefit from a SAN or if other storage architecture would be a better fit. If you've decided a SAN is the best choice, our suggestions and comparison of all the SAN products on the market to determine which the right one for your organization is.


Advancements in LTO technology have historically involved several factors, including the materials from which the tape is manufactured, the digital encoding and compression methods used, the physical speed with which the tape moves through the drive, the length of the tape in each cartridge, and the physical density of data bits on the tape. Additional capabilities added with subsequent generations include write-once, read-many (WORM), data encryption and partitioning to enable a linear tape file system (LTFS).


DAS storage is its low initial cost. In addition to serving files, servers are often used to run applications such as email, financial accounting packages, and database applications. Each of these applications requires block-level access, rather than file-level access. A DAS storage solution is ideal for these applications, as the server's operating system does provide both block-level access as well as file-level access for clients.


Meet your requirements for application availability and performance with lower investment, and reliability. Deploy storage for all data types and easily grow to meet expanding requirements and service-level objectives for critical business applications. Our expertise in Unified Storage simplifies operations with easy-to-use management. It is part of a robust portfolio of storage solutions that can be managed from a single interface for optimal management efficiency.

Features and benefits

  • Comprehensive and integrated management for block, file and object data.
  • High-density storage, which reduces consumption of data center floor space.
  • Automated data management with dynamic provisioning, dynamic load balancing, and auto-tiering.
  • Ability to scale capacity, performance, file systems, and volumes.
  • De-duplicate data to reduce consumed capacity.

Object Storage

Object storage is essentially just a different way of storing, organizing and accessing data on disk but in a much more scalable, cost-effective way. Like files, objects contain data, but unlike files, objects are not organized in a hierarchy. Our offerings in Object Storage would definitely consider factors like Efficiency, Scalability, Reliability, Accessibility and Performance.

The brands associated for these storage solutions are HP, EMC & Netapp.

In the event of disaster, Backup provides fast, one-click recovery of individual files, application data, or a complete system—all from a single backup. Now you can get back to work in minutes, not hours. Each product in the Backup family is an all-in-one, complete solution tailored to a specific business component: servers, virtual machines, business applications, or individual PCs. From easy system migrations to innovative storage-saving technology, our full-featured, comprehensive products are all you need.

Our backup offerings help you protect your entire system—even if you aren't an IT expert. By combining patented single-pass backups with an easy-to-use interface, we help you capture everything in one single step: operating systems, applications, data, and more.

HP Data Protector

HP Data Protector Software is automated backup and recovery software for single-server to enterprise environments, supporting disk storage or tape storage targets. It provides cross-platform, online backup of data for Microsoft Windows, Unix, and Linux operating systems.

For business- and mission-critical applications, HP Data Protector Zero Downtime Backup leverages array-based solutions to offload processing from the server and perform backup operations on a copy of the production data. HP Data Protector Instant Recovery retrieves data from the replicated images on disk for recovery to specific points in time.

EMC Avamar

EMC Avamar: Fast, efficient backup and recovery through a complete software and hardware solution. Equipped with integrated variable-length deduplication technology, Avamar facilitates fast, daily full backups for virtual environments, remote offices, enterprise applications, network-attached storage (NAS) servers, and desktops/laptops.

Advantages of EMC Avamar

  • Faster Backup and Recovery
  • Optimized Bandwidth
  • One-Step Recovery
  • High Reliability
  • Flexible Deployment

Symantec Backup

Symantec has been the market-leading backup and recovery solution for small businesses all the way up to large enterprises. Symantec backup solutions are built to fit an environment's most important needs, based on the most important critic — the user. We listen to the challenges articulated by our customers and enhance our feature set based on their feedback. This allows us to continuously release top-performing backup solutions that our customers can feel confident about when deploying into their environment from the remote office to the data center.

NetBack up Solutions

  • Typically large Enterprise environments
  • Heavy UNIX environments or when heterogeneous platform support is required
  • Multiple remote offices/remote data centers and a desire to centrally manage backup operations

Backup Exec Solutions

  • Ideal for companies with mixed physical and Microsoft Hyper-V or VMware vSphere/ESX/ESXi environments
  • Environments with 100s of virtual servers
  • Companies with 10-1,000 employees
  • Designed for primarily Windows environments, with Linux and Macintosh support

End Users Computing

End Users computing enable organizations to unbundle key workplace elements and tailor them to different user segments within the enterprise. This enables delivering persona centric applications, workspace collaboration and support services for increased user adoption in a seamless fashion. Technology trends like Social, Mobility, Analytics and Cloud are redefining the future of workplace. Our end users compute offerings includes – desktops, laptop, tablets, thin clients and smart devices.

Our offerings in Desktops are thoughtfully crafted with leading-edge technologies, subtle but powerful details, style and design. The features are Safe & Simple, for everyday computing, for create and entertain and for premier computing. Designed for the best sounding, richest audio and embedded with wireless technology.

Our Offerings in Laptops provides breakthrough convenience, security enhancements and wireless features that help you work anywhere and anytime. We offer technology that works for you which gives features like extend battery run time while reducing energy consumption; credential Manager supports multiple authentication methods, such as passwords, fingerprint sensors and facial recognition all from one convenient interface.

Thin-client computing is also a way of easily maintaining computational services at a reduced total cost of ownership. A thin client is a stateless, fanless desktop terminal that has no hard drive. All features typically found on the desktop PC, including applications, sensitive data, memory, etc., are stored back in the data center when using a thin client. Thin clients are used as a PC replacement technology to help customers immediately access any virtual desktop or virtualized application. Thin clients provide businesses a cost-effective way to create a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI).

In today's computing world, different technologies have come up. These have grown to support existing computer networks all over the world. With mobile computing, we find that the need to be confined within one physical location has been eradicated. We hear of terms such as tele commuting. This is being able to work from home or the field but at the same time accessing resources as if one is in the office.

The brands associated for end users computing are HP, Dell & Lenovo.

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    - Vijay Kulkarni
    Deputy General Manager - IT Dept.
    SMS Concast Engg (I) Pvt.Ltd.

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