What Are The Elements of a Holistic Power and Cooling Solution?

Power and Cooling

Designing a modular, energy‑efficient power and cooling system reduces costs and limits downtime. In a dense server environment, placing your data centre’s cooling mechanisms near equipment generating the most heat will ensure your systems are running at optimized levels. Also, right‑sizing power requirements can help maximize your hardware life cycle.

Scalable Three-Phrase Power

Paralleling capabilities on internally scalable UPS from 10 kW to 2 MW enable right‑sizing and on‑demand adjustments as your capacity needs change with proven, high‑performance UPS. Highly granular modularity of 2 kW, 4 kW, 10 kW, 12 kW, 25 kW, 66 kW is ideal for data centres that need to scale up or down their power quickly.

Power Distribution Units (PDUs)

Power distribution is an effective way to increase energy efficiency and improve power management. Metered and switched rack PDUs, for example, are designed to help data centre managers control power capacity and functionality.

Modular Cooling

In an ever‑changing data centre, it is important to have cooling systems that can easily adapt to new environments. Modular systems can be moved from place to place and supplement traditional cooling to counteract hot spots.

DCIM Software

You gain better control and management of your data centre’s availability and efficiency so you can better align your IT equipment to your organization’s needs.

Your Account Manager and certified Solution Architects are ready to assist you with every phase of choosing and leveraging the right solution for your IT environment. To learn more, visit CDW.ca