Published By: HM Cragg
Published Date: Nov 09, 2011
Eaton® BladeUPS® available through HM Cragg are designed specifically for high-density computing environments, the Eaton BladeUPS delivers 12 kW of efficient, reliable power in only 6U of standard rack space, including batteries. Expand capacity by combining 12 kW modules in a building block fashion to deliver 60 kW of redundant backup power from a single rack enclosure. This powerful configuration delivers higher power density than competitive, modular solutions, while dissipating only one-third of the heat.
Published By: CyrusOne
Published Date: Jul 05, 2016
Many companies, especially those in the Oil and Gas Industry, need high-density deployments of high performance compute (HPC) environments to manage and analyze the extreme levels of computing involved with seismic processing. CyrusOne’s Houston West campus has the largest known concentration of HPC and high-density data center space in the colocation market today. The data center buildings at this campus are collectively known as the largest data center campus for seismic exploration computing in the oil and gas industry. By continuing to apply its Massively Modular design and build approach and high-density compute expertise, CyrusOne serves the growing number of oil and gas customers, as well as other customers, who are demanding best-in-class, mission-critical, HPC infrastructure. The company’s proven flexibility and scale of its HPC offering enables customers to deploy the ultra-high density compute infrastructure they need to be competitive in their respective business sectors.
Today's data centers are embarking down a path in which "old world" business, technology, and facility metrics are being pushed aside in order to provide unparalleled service delivery capabilities, processes, and methodologies. The expectations derived from today’s high-density technology deployments are driving service delivery models to extremes with very high service delivery capabilities adopted as baseline requirements within today’s stringent business models. Part of the "revolution" that is driving today's data center modeling to unprecedented high performance and efficiency levels is the fact that computer processing advances with regard to high-performance and smaller footprints have truly countered each other.
Published By: Logicalis
Published Date: Mar 12, 2014
Where’s the data center going? Industry analysts are
pointing to modular computing. Designed for rapid
deployment, energy efficiency and high-density
computing, modular data centers deliver capacity at a
lower cost than traditional construction methods. With
significantly reduced construction time—from years to just
a matter of months—and industry-standard components
that are designed to meet immediate needs and slightly
more, modular technology offers economies of scale that
are particularly important in the new global economy. Learn more about modular computing in this whitepaper from Logicalis.