Join Edge MCS at Data Center World Global 2018

Join Edge MCS at Data Center World Global 2018 in San Antonio, TX on March 12-15, 2018. We’ll be exhibiting and sharing information (booth 441) on best-in-class modular data centers; the Binary Bunker MDC. The event is a leading expo for data center facilities and IT infrastructure professionals.

Edge Modular Data Center

Edge MCS offers a totally engineered, PE-stamped modular data center specifically designed for edge network applications where customers require redundancy, excellent power density and highly efficient cost of ownership. All Edge MCS modular data centers are made of rigid, lightweight concrete unmatched in durability and energy efficiency.

  • 10-year standard warranty (enclosure)
  • Lightweight concrete provides rigidity, longevity, energy efficiency
  • 20 rack can be subdivided; potential profit center
  • Multiple access/egress points; restrict access to IT, etc.
  • Eliminate complexity of custom builds and one-off configurations
  • Serviceable and available all over the world
  • Reliable components/parts readily available for maintenance
  • Delivers hybrid N+2 redundant power distribution (validated by Black & Veatch)
  • Campus settings (multiple MDCs) are designed to be easily connected
  • Real world generator sizing allows for flexibility and growth
  • Truly turn-key, full service from a power packed consortium of experienced data center professionals

We hope to see you at the expo!

 

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North America Data Center Power Market Growth Projections

In 2017, the data center power market in North America was valued at $3,480 million. It is expected to generate revenue of $4,640 million, growing at a CAGR of 4.91% during the 2017-2023 period.

According to Arizton’s recent market research report, the leading vendors in the data center power market during the forecast period will be ABB, Eaton, General Electric, Schneider Electric, and Vertiv. The research report provides a detailed analysis of market segmentation by electrical infrastructure (UPS, generators, transfer switch & switchgear, rack PDU, and other electrical infrastructure), tier standards, and geography (North and South America).

 

Contact EdgeMCS Modular Data Center powerDemand for continuous connectivity, high performance, and superior electrical design is expected to drive the data center power market growth. Colocation providers and hyperscale cloud data center developers are major revenue contributors.

"The UPS systems electrical infrastructure segment to dominate the data center power market in Americas during forecast period. The electrical infrastructure segment in the data center power market is classified into UPS, generators, transfer switches and switchgears, rack PDUs, and other electrical infrastructure. Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) was the largest electrical infrastructure segment in the data center power market in Americas, accounting for over 34% of the total market share in 2017 and is expected to reach $1,778.08 million by 2023." (Arizton Advisory & Intelligence).

The report projects growth in the data center power market (Americas) from $3,730 million (2017) to $5,130 million (2023); CAGR of 5.46%. For more information, visit Arizton Advisory & Intelligence

When engineering data center power for modular data centers, Edge Mission Critical Systems (MCS) has gone beyond the competition with the Binary Bunker. Compare how you can improve your performance and better protect your, or your customers, data; contact EdgeMCS for more information.

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Modular Data Center Cooling Trends

Data Center Cooling

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According to findings from a Global Market Insights report, the worldwide market for data center cooling equipment will reach $20 billion by 2024. This is a significant increase from the estimated $8 billion spent in 2016 to cool data centers. On average, cooling systems account for about 40 percent of the total energy consumption.

Facility owners and data center operators have focused on lowering their PUE (power usage effectiveness), which is the ratio of power consumed by hardware to power consumed to keep it cool. As the density of the servers increase, so does the amount of heat generated even though the individual server components are generating less heat as the technology improves.

The EdgeMCS Modular Data Center cooling uses a rack-based cooling system; these systems are expected to see the highest rate of growth given their design and efficiency.

Choosing the right data center cooling system is key to an efficient modular data center, as is the envelop in which it is housed. With an advanced light-weight concrete structure built to improve energy efficiency, EdgeMCS Modular Data Centers have a long-term value to those that understand the total system engineering of modular data centers. For more information on the engineering design and the advanced data center cooling systems within our MDCs, contact EdgeMCS.