Simple and rapid deployment of self-contained, high-density pods within an existing or new low-density data center is possible with today's power and cooling technology. The independence of these high-density pods allow for predictable and reliable operation of high-density equipment without a negative impact on the performance of existing low-density power and cooling infrastructure. What's more, these high-density pods operate at much higher electrical efficiency than conventional designs. Read more now.
Facility modules, also referred to as containerized power and cooling plants, are faster to deploy and provide significant savings over traditional solutions. This white paper compares both scenarios, and identifies which environments can best leverage the facility module approach. Learn more
The initial capital investment for federal agency data center energy conservation projects can be daunting. Read this paper to learn how Energy Savings Performance Contracts provide federal agencies with an alternative financing option. Read more