Schneider Electric, a leader in digital transformation in the field of energy management and automation, recently introduced a new comprehensive solution in the market named Easy Modular “all-in-one” data centers.
New difficulties are currently being confronted by Ukrainian business. Quick, high-quality, and efficient action is required to ensure the efficiency of businesses across a range of industries, especially when it comes to maintaining the accuracy of information storage and processing.
Experts advise using Easy Modular’s “all-in-one” data center if the capacity of the current data center is already full or if a new data center needs to be quickly deployed due to relocation.
Easy Modular “all-in-one” data centers is a standardized and pre-tested mobile container data center solution. These come in four standard designs and several different configurations. They offer outstanding value for businesses and IT organizations wishing to deploy an Edge strategy because they combine power, cooling, and IT equipment into a single, pre-configured solution.
The main advantages of the solution include better predictability; increased speed of deployment; reduced cost; simple installation; and sustainable development.
Better predictability: Easy Modular Data Center All-in-One monoblocks are pre-designed, constructed, and tested in factory circumstances even before shipment, based on standard design and factory production processes.
Increased speed of deployment: The idea of “Commercially ready equipment” (COTS) is the foundation of Easy Modular Data Center All-in-One. The design, construction, and implementation phases are shortened because all of the modules are ready to be installed, which shortens the “concept to commissioning” period of time.
Reduced cost: Easy Modular Data Center All-One systems have a life cycle of up to 30 years and are typically 15% less expensive than an equivalent data center offering.
Simple installation: The advantage of deferring deployment until capacity increases are required is provided to consumers via a standardized strategy, which lowers labor expenses and optimizes leasing costs.
Sustainable development: The most environmentally friendly manufacturing techniques are used to create Easy Modular Data Centers. They are Environmental Product Profiles (PEPs) compatible, RoHS and REACh compliant, and contain features that maximize energy savings and have a minimal impact on the environment.
According to Volodymyr Dokhlenko, director of Secure Power (APC) Schneider Electric in Ukraine, data center operators in Ukraine and other countries need ready-made, modular solutions that can fulfill strict deadlines and offer productivity and cost predictability.
They may assist customers in increasing reliability and lowering risk by pre-developing and testing the new Easy Prefab solution at the production level, guaranteeing that they take advantage of shorter lead times and lower total cost of ownership.
The Easy series of physical infrastructure products serves as the foundation for the Easy Modular Data Center All-in-One series. All four models include Easy Rack IT cabinets, Easy PDUs, and Easy UPS uninterruptible power supplies. They are also enhanced with enhanced remote monitoring, management, and service support using Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure software TM IT Expert and DCIM.
Schneider Electric can speed up the design and commissioning process by cutting out upfront engineering work because new designs have already been created. It is possible to produce this top-notch, standardized solution in as little as 16 weeks. Easy Modular Data Center All-in-One configurations are available with power densities ranging from 27 kW to 94 kW and 5 to 14 racks. It can be done in an ISO 20 foot or ISO 40 foot container, as well as a 25 foot or 45 foot container module, depending on the environment of the customer.
The Schneider Electric Universal Easy Modular Data Center All-in-One modules are designed for businesses that need to quickly build a mobile remote reserve for an existing data center, a new data center, or an intermediate computing reserve. These businesses operate in a variety of sectors, including industry and manufacturing, energy, health care, education, logistics, and IT and telecommunications.