STULZ showcases its new single rack micro data centre design

STULZ has announced that it will be exhibiting its new single rack micro data centre design at this year’s Data Centre World, live on March 8 - 9, London

The new STULZ micro data centre will be on display at Data Centre World 2023, London.

The details of STULZ’s new micro data centre

The new solution is offered with row-cooled options utilising DX, water and glycol-cooling for installations from 4 KW - 20 KW per rack, and up to 100 KW in a single rack. 

It uses liquid cooling technology from partners including CoolIT to ensure effective heat management, even in the densest processor environments. 

The benefits of the STULZ micro data centre include a standardised, modular approach with pre-configured options for flexibility, durability and scalability - speeding the time from order to deployment up to just a matter of weeks.

Plus, the new single rack data centre solution is complete with user options for power protection and distribution, cooling, security, fire suppression and a system monitoring solution.

It is designed to offer a scalable approach to IT deployments, and is built to accommodate the power and cooling requirements for edge IT installations, allowing providers to move data processing closer to the point of use. 

Its typical uses range from HPC, content delivery networks and telecom network expansions, to industrial automation (Industry 4.0) and IoT / Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications.

“Our new data centre in a rack was developed in full collaboration with our customers. Undertaking Voice of Customer meetings in every region around the world, we designed the STULZ Micro DC as an adaptable solution which exactly meets their needs,” commented Dushy Goonawardhane, Managing Director of STULZ Modular. 

“The new STULZ Micro DC features a standardised and modular design, with pre-configured options that are tested for performance. Provided the capability to combine power protection and distribution, cooling, monitoring and management together with fire protection and security, STULZ customers are able to deploy IT in any outdoor or indoor location with the same best practices and technology as the world’s largest and most efficient data centres.”

The new STULZ micro data centre will be on show on stand D250, at Data Centre World 2023, London Excel, from March 8th - 9th.

“At DCW ‘23 we look forward to welcoming anyone curious to inspect, at first hand, the quality which has made the STULZ name synonymous with enduring reliability and efficiency in data centre and mission critical applications,” Goonawardhane added.

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