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Modular Data Center Cooling Trends

Data Center Cooling

data center cooling

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.

Reliability, Stability and Longevity is Everything in Edge Computing

If your organization is in the planning stages of a modular data center project, chances are your Data Center Manager is overwhelmed evaluating product marketing, rhetoric and sales fluff from MDC competitors.  With the modular data center market looking to explode in growth over the next several years, it is no wonder more companies are entering the space creating a fog of information that can be frustrating to understand and disseminate the pros and cons within the competition.

In edge computi ng environments, reliability, stability and longevity is everything and the stakeholders are restless looking to maximize ROI for real estate holdings and space utilization in operational physical plants. This is where Edge Mission Critical Systems comes into play.  EdgeMCS is a formal consortium of best-in-class manufactures and service providers organized under one roof serving as your single point of contact and one-stop-shop for modular data center projects.  We will save you significant time and money by speaking a language that everyone can understand by providing consulting on any aspect of your data center project whether you are comparing existing modular data center offerings or designing your own or planning for future projects.

Vetting and interacting with multiple vendors and engineers is a very time consuming and expensive process. By relying on EdgeMCS as your single point of contact, streamlined processes are put into place with the critical project management skills necessary of highly credentialed and industry recognized talent that will keep things on time and under budget. Maximizing ROI is the name of game.  Contact EdgeMCS for more information on bringing a customized or preconfigured modular data center solution to meet your organization’s specific needs.

Edge MCS Teams Up with Rittal, Data Centers Built for Extreme Environments

Edge MCS is partnering with Rittal Corporation for enclosures, racking and cooling products to create prefabricated modular data center solutions.  Our scalable, turnkey modular data center built of lightweight concrete structures are designed for edge network applications and stand up to the most extreme environmental conditions.  We are proud to be teaming up with the highly recognized Rittal brand for racking and climate control components within our product known as the Binary Bunker.  Maintaining correct ambient and enclosure temperature is vital for our customers and Rittal offers a complete range of solutions to meet all our needs. Full article published at the Rittal Enclosure Blog here and on Mission Critical.