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What is the Unified Physical Infrastructure approach?

Whether you’re a CIO, an IT director or a facilities manager, today’s economic climate demands that your business be flexible and scalable. But being able to address real-world changes or challenges in a quick and efficient manner can be problematic if your physical infrastructure runs on different systems that operate in silos.

That’s why Panduit developed the Unified Physical Infrastructure, or UPI, approach.

The UPI approach takes typically disparate and segregated systems — communication, computing, control, power, and security — and aligns them into a single, agile unified physical infrastructure that minimizes risk, increases flexibility and delivers maximum performance throughout the network—and the business.

The UPI Approach in action.

Panduit’s world headquarters, a LEED Gold certified building, is a living demonstration of the UPI approach and our synergistic business partnerships. Learn more.

Let’s work together to develop the right UPI-based solution.

Whether you are looking to address business challenges in a Data Center, Enterprise, or Industrial environment, we will work with you to develop the right UPI-based solution to drive your business today … and tomorrow.

Designing and implementing a Panduit UPI-based solution will help you:

  • Integrate business operations and services to address power, space, and thermal management needs across information technology, manufacturing operations and facilities management.
  • Improve energy efficiency and reduce life-cycle costs with an eye toward sustainability.
  • Promote better communication between the staff of previously independent areas—the UPI approach cements a symbiotic relationship that makes communication easier.

Ready to benefit from a unified physical infrastructure? Contact us.