Power supply today is not so much about reliability, as availability. Energy related costs account for approximately 12 per cent of overall data centre expenditure and are the fastest rising cost in todays data centre. Under estimate your present and future energy requirements and the consequences could be disastrous to the efficient operation of your business.
The cost and lack of power is now focusing companies to re access their data centre capabilities. Our data centres are all designed to provide stable power to meet all your current and future criteria as your business develops.
In the unlikely event of a mains power outage the UPS battery system will provide a seamless transfer to diesel generators providing critical and mechanical power to equipment and services.
Stay Cool: Data Centre Cooling
Data centre cooling has become somewhat of an issue over the past few years. We are now experiencing redesigned data centres with the introduction of high performance rack mounted blade servers producing excessive heat output. This has dictated the need for responsive economical cooling solutions. Data suites are maintained using hot/cold isle principles and fresh air cooling contributing to reduced energy consumption and improved carbon footprint.
Free cooling is the latest environmentally friendly technique for cooling your data centre. This can be adapted to suit most data centre facilities.
Free cooling systems make use of low outside air temperatures for chilling water in your air conditioning, rather than traditional energy intensive refrigeration systems. Operation is simple. When the ambient air drops to a set temperature, a valve allows all or part of the cooling water to bypass the powered chiller and run through the free cooling system instead, immediately reducing your power usage and carbon footprint, and most importantly saving you money!
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