Data Center & Network Infrastructure


It’s becoming more and more difficult for IT Executives to stay informed and to find the time and resources to assess their options as well as the "health" of their existing infrastructure. ON-LINE offers more than 25 years of industry experience and OEM partnerships to bring independent, unbiased guidance on selecting and provisioning solutions for mission critical facilities.
Why chose ON-LINE?

Unlike some of the "web" distributors or "catalog" companies, we’re truly feet-on-the-street, offering hands-on services and solutions. By working closely with each customer we take a holistic assessment of the facilities and infrastructure; we make recommendations that focus on best-practices to support such areas as: monitoring, airflow, power, cooling, security and design/layout. Our goals are to help data center managers improve energy efficiency, reduce power consumption, lower energy costs and maximize the space of the existing infrastructure. Our proficiencies address the following subject matter:


Power Solutions from Small Business to Enterprise

  • Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
  • Computer and Peripheral
  • Network and Server
  • Data Center and Facility 3 Phase
  • Special Applications
  • UPS Management
  • UPS Replacement Batteries
  • Surge Protection and Power Conditioning
  • Voltage Regulators
  • Hardwire Surge Suppression


ON-LINE offers a complete range of IT cooling systems: CRAC, Inline / Inrow, Chillers, Condensers, Pipe Installations, Water Distribution Cabinets and Water Heat Exchangers. Data Centers continue to expand and consume large amounts of energy. A higher performance density means more heat that needs to be dissipated. Heat left to accumulate in the racks can lead to failure in the system, electrical component degradation and may even cause a fire. To avoid such situations, it is necessary to use a suitable cooling solution that is capable of managing excess heat. We can offer a one-stop solution for the design, the installation and the commissioning and service of a state-of-the-art, high-efficiency climate control solution precisely tailored to the requirements of your space.
Aisle Containment – Hot or Cold Air Containment Rittal Aisle
  • Containment Intake air (cold) and waste air (hot) are unable to mix
  • It is possible to operate at a higher temperature level throughout the entire system
  • The CRAC units operate at maximum efficiency, thanks to the greater temperature difference between the cold and hot air
  • Modular, scalable and upgradable
  • Simple arrangement
  • An inexpensive solution for the optimum cooling of existing data
CRAC Systems
CRAC systems are best suited for installation in data centers containing enclosures with low heat loss levels. They are positioned independently of the enclosure rows, and cool the entire ambient air. The hot air is drawn in below the ceiling and cooled. This cold air is then routed to the enclosures in the raised floor, and enters the perforated front doors via slotted plates. In this way, the servers are able to draw in the cold air, cool down their components, and emit the heated air to the data center at the rear of the server enclosure.
Liquid Cooling Package (LCP) offers a cooling solution that is not only capable of dissipating up to 60 kW per rack (Rittal) but also has a modular design to accommodate growing cooling demands. An LCP is bayed to an enclosure and supplied with cold water via pipes in the raised floor. The LCP uses the cold water to cool the air inside the rack via a heat exchanger. In this way, not only it is possible to achieve a high cooling output, but also to achieve the required functional reliability by incorporating redundancies.
Hot and Cold Aisle Containment
We offer containment solutions designed to improve efficiency for Hot and Cold Isle management. Comprised of mechanical partitions that physically separate the space between two rows of racks, the enclosures can be accessed via a special doors configured as needed within the space. For cold aisle, the cold air flows through the raised floor and the slotted plates into the cold aisle where it reaches the servers. The server’s hot air is let out into the environment where it is drawn in by the CRAC systems, cooled down, and transported back into the raised floor.

The cold aisle offers the benefit of superior efficiency and hence a higher cooling output from the cooling systems. Without aisle containment, the hot air would partially mix with cold air from the raised floor and raise the temperature of the air actually reaching the servers. Aisle containment keeps the hot and cold air separate and stops them from mixing.
Rack-based climate control with the Top Therm LCP Rack
Rittal’s Top Therm LCP Rack has a useful cooling output of up to 60 kW and is mounted on the side of a rack. Unlike the LCP Passive and LCP Inline, a separate air circuit is used to cool the components inside the enclosure and the LCP rack. The LCP uses the air/water heat exchanger to cool the air, and blasts the cold air back out at the front of the servers. The servers use this cold air to lower their operating temperature.

The servers are cooled independently of the ambient air inside the data center, and cooling may therefore be flexibly adapted to the heat losses of an individual rack. The cold air from the LCP is divided among the left and right racks. Consequently, the sum total of heat loss from the two racks must not exceed the useful cooling output of the LCP used.

Server Racks and Network Cabinets

The long term performance of IT infrastructure is dependent on the coordinated interaction of individual components. ON-LINE offers server and network enclosures that are innovative, modular in design and maximize internal space and load bearing capacity while making the addition of new active devices and additional enclosures simple and cost effective.

Rittal has a range of system accessories to suit every possible enclosure, and therefore offers a suitable enclosure solution for every application. Types:
  • Standard Racks: Designed to hold Servers, PC’s, Switching and other IT equipment
  • Network Racks: Featured with wider spacing for mounting computer and network equipment
  • Chimney Racks: Adapted with a chimney to allow hot air to rise into the ceiling return air plenum
  • Industrial Racks: Waterproof, dust proof and sound proof, can be outside or used inside as a co-location rack

Copper and Fiber Connectivity

High-performance copper and fiber cabling solutions for structured cabling systems, data centers, industrial environments, multimedia systems, data comm connections, and more, including custom cables.

Data Center Cabling and Buildout Services:
  • Data Center Cabling Design and Consulting
  • Quick Response, detailed quotes
  • Data Center Buildout Services
  • New Data Center Wiring and Cabling upgrades to existing
  • Both Copper and Fiber Optics Cabling Services
  • Fully Warranted Installations
  • Data Center Cabling, Testing, and Certification
  • Troubleshooting
  • Upgrades, Additions and Moves
  • Cable Mining, Removal and Disposal
  • Data Center Relocations


DCIM Monitoring Software enables data center and facility managers to closely monitor and efficiently utilize their existing data center power infrastructure. Data center health maps, power analytics, cooling charts, and reports provide the tools to alert you to potential trouble and understand real-time power load, trends, and capacity at all levels of infrastructure. Configurable dashboards provide vendor agnostic views of power capacity, environmental health, and energy consumption.

An intelligent DCIM solution will provide the ability to better manage assets, change and capacity. DCIM software also enables power monitoring, environmental monitoring and energy management. Specifically, DCIM enables Data Center Managers to get answers to these specific questions so they can make better and more informed decisions, quickly, and get their work done.

ON-LINE can provide a DCiM solution that will fit your budget and solve the problems related to gathering information so that Managers can effectively and efficiently manage the Data Center infrastructure.