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This new approach is formalized in the innovative Reference Design 21, one of over 70 designs in
'Today's increasingly digital business environment is causing a rapidly growing demand for more flexible, scalable and quickly deployable data centers, leaving many businesses asking how they will meet this need while reducing total cost of ownership,' said
The components can also be configured into layouts that fit the specific tier, scale, and cost requirements of data center designers, enabling them to decrease expenses, decrease time to market and reduce business risk.
The heart of this design concept's flexibility and scalability lies in the new prefabricated 1200kW (600kW + 600kW) Facility Power Skids and EcoBreezeTM Air Economizers. The Facility Power Skids integrate UPSs, switchgear and management software in a compact, modular form while its unique output power bus design makes it easy to go from 2N to an N or N+1 configuration with double the power capacity. The cooling plant design employs an extremely efficient air delivery system bringing indirect, clean, and conditioned air to the data center utilizing two different economization modes.
Operating from a central location outside of the white space, EcoBreeze eliminates the need for CRAC or CRAH units, enabling data centers to achieve a low PUE, reduce
Data center managers looking to optimize deployment speed, performance, reliability and cost have a pre-engineered reference point to realize significant improvements in:
Flexibility and Scalability - Various module options and configurations, applicable to greenfield and brownfield data centers, enable the infrastructure to be deployed and scaled as necessary to meet demand.
Speed of Deployment - Simplified building design options reduce complexity while streamlined pricing tools provide the ability to make informed decisions quickly.
Decreased Costs -
Predictability - Prefabrication and factory testing reduces human error and on-site construction risks while improving compliance, safety, and efficiency. Design and manufacturing are closely coupled to greatly minimize uncertainty, which results in more predictable performance of the data center infrastructure.
As a global specialist in energy management with operations in more than 100 countries,
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