Archive for April, 2011

Tax Benefits of Modular, Portable Data Center Physical Infrastructure (DCPI)

Posted by on April 19, 2011  |  No Comments

Tax and tax related asset management strategies create a significant impact on the total cost of ownership of DCPI.  Modular, scalable UPS systems, PDUs, and computer room air conditioners have not only created technological benefits, but provide entirely new DCPI tax and asset management opportunities with direct and measurable financial benefits.


Cost Segregation is a strategic tax savings tool that allows companies and individuals, who have constructed, purchased, expanded, or remodeled any kind of real estate to increase cash flow by accelerating depreciation deductions and deferring federal and state income taxes.


  • Generates immediate increase in cash flow through accelerated depreciation deductions.
  • Reduces income taxes and can also reduce real estate property taxes.
  • Provides an easy opportunity to claim ‘catch up’ depreciation on previously misclassified assests.
  • Provides an independent third-party analysis that will withstand IRS review.

Cost segregation, is an exercise in recognizing and separately accounting for the costs of 5, 7, 10, 15, and 20 year property from the 30-39 year property classifications. The property in each of the classes from 5-20 years, once properly identified, are eligible for accelerated depreciation. This allows a business, institution or organization paying corporate income tax to further increase deductions during the early life of the equipment.

Organizations that own high technology assets can benefit the most from exercising cost segregation strategies, so long as each asset can pass the function and use test and the inherent permanency test. Modular, scaleable, factory built Data Center Physical Infrastructure (DCPI) performing the mission of a business routinely pass both tests with ease.

Tax and tax related asset management strategies create a significant impact on the total cost of ownership of DCPI. These savings are entirely separate to gains in energy efficiency. Successful implementation of cost segregation strategies involves a financial professional along with the IT professionals, and facility managers involved in the deployment of DCPI.

UNS, LLC works closely with a dedicated cost segregation team that includes engineers and tax experts that have performed thousands of tax projects resulting in hundreds of millions of dollars in benefits. The initial assessment to determine qualification is free. If you think you may qualify for this deduction and want to increase your cash flow please contact Universal Networking Services (UNS, LLC) for a free cost segregation benefit estimate and fee quote.  Contact, Waite Ave, Managing Partner at or 281-825-9790.

View The Next Generation of InfraStruxure

Posted by on April 11, 2011  |  No Comments

InfraStruxure Data Centers Mean Business

Learn more about integrated power, cooling, racks, management and services:

View The Next Generation Of InfraStruxure™

InfraStruxure™ is the scalable and adaptable data center IT room architecture that dramatically reduces time and complexity from concept and design through installation. Power, cooling, racks, security and management components are conceived and tested as part of an integrated system which is evident in the aesthetics, functionality and ease of management software integration. Taking a broad system view enables full realization of the benefits of going fast, going dense and going green while ensuring your critical availability targets are met. An open system, InfraStruxure™ is the proven “on demand” architecture for data center IT rooms small and large, delivering high availability and real energy savings whether deployed on its own, in a zone, or in incremental steps.

This new generation of InfraStruxure™ delivers:

  • Higher performance – 25 percent increase in power and cooling capacity, 15 percent smaller footprint
  • More scalability – as big as you want to go
  • Faster and easier planning through operations – automated planning and design tools with open & integrated management and operations software
  • More innovation and leadership – from the worlds leader in data center physical infrastructure all while reducing cost!

To learn more about integrated power and cooling,  please contact Waite Ave at or 281-825-9790.

Join UNS LinkedIn Group: Data Center Critical Power and Cooling Group

Posted by on April 10, 2011  |  No Comments

Open forum to discuss the following topics relating to data center “best practices”. Key areas:

– Power
– Cooling
– Racks
– Security
– Management
– Fire Suppression
– Personnel

Submit your questions or comments on issues that affect your data center and have them answered by our Critical Facility Specialist. We provide valuable insight to common problems that often plague modern data centers