Subzero Engineering has launched a modular, vendor agnostic and flexible modular micro data centre architecture.
The Essential Micro Data Centre is a small-footprint, on-premises data centre designed for distributed and remote infrastructure environments. It includes power, cooling, infrastructure conveyance and containment in a pre-fabricated, factory-assembled, modular room, and shipped flat-packed for colocation, 5G, retail, enterprise and industrial environments.
The Essential Micro Data Centre is comprised of two-parts including a physically secure, modular room containing critical power and cooling infrastructure, and Subzero’s high-strength AisleFrame. This supports a variety of load requirements and includes built-in, customizable containment, integrated with self-supporting ceiling modules and insert panels available in ABS, acrylic, polycarbonate, aluminum or glass.
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The pre-fabricated system can accommodate all ladder racking, busway, fibre trays and infrastructure necessary for micro data centre applications, and offers support for hot or cold aisle applications, regardless of cooling methodology. For example, the high-strength ceiling can support a range of cooling systems, including overhead Computer Room Air Conditioning (CRAC) units. This feature offers complete customization for users who can deploy their infrastructure in aisle, row or rack configurations.
The vendor-agnostic design provides users with the ability to custom-specify their own choice of processor blades, storage, power and cooling infrastructure. This approach avoids the pre-specified power and cooling systems in a containerized system, says Subzero.
“The Essential Micro Data Centre’s flexible design makes it a perfect fit for customers searching for an alternative to the obstinate and expensive, pre-integrated solutions currently available,” said Sam Prudhomme, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Subzero Engineering. “Our vendor-agnostic approach to component specification, combined with rapid speed of and installation and lower TCO, ensures customers can truly define and scale the edge on their own terms.”
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