The global financial crisis has changed the way organisations are looking at new data centre projects.
This allows growth of the data centre in line with the growth profile of the business, without needing to spend money until the point where expansion is required.
BladeRoom data centres can be supplied stand alone, side by side or in multi-storey formats.
|The subject of a family of international patents pending, the BladeRoom system allows upgrading and expansion whilst the facility still remains fully operational, making it possible to increase the number of racks, IT capacity or resilience when required.
One of the problems with a traditional bricks and mortar approach to data centre provision with lead times of up to 2 years the needs of the organisation have often changed before the data centre is operational.
The control and distribution systems are designed to connect with additional IT rooms, power management rooms and Air Optimisers when added, allowing seamless growth with zero downtime.
This allows growth to closely match business demand, expanding in small or large increments without putting live mission-critical facilities at risk.
The connecting corridor section of each BladeRoom module acts as the primary means of distributing air and incorporates connections to extend service and control distribution while in live operation.
The BladeRoom System's patent pending 'hot add' capability allows entire IT rooms to be added to an existing facility, commissioned and brought online without interruption to the airflow of the rest of the data centre.
|Providing data centre space from 10 to hundreds of racks, a BladeRoom data centre ideally serves the requirements of many commercial organisations, government departments, hospitals, universities and other institutions.
A single BladeRoom data centre can start as a 10-rack facility and, at a pace to suit your specific needs, additional IT rooms can be added to increase capacity.
BladeRoom data centres can seamlessly cope with a range of densities from 1kW to well in excess of 24kW per rack. The servers can be loaded in excess of 24kW per rack, and the BladeRoom control system will automatically provide the right amount of cooling to where it is needed.
You can have a mixed density complex, mixed density aisles, mixed density racks within each aisle without any complication – the control system will automatically take care of the cooling load by assessing temperature, humidity and air flow rate.
|As well as small- to medium-sized data centres, the BladeRoom system can deliver large-scale data centres of thousands of racks in either single or multi-storey formats.
Multiple thousand rack 'mega' data centres can be quickly delivered using the BladeRoom system - with the advantage of allowing the size of the facility to grow at a rate to match demand.
|The BladeRoom System|
Data Centre Cooling System
60-Year Data Centre Building
Quick Build Data Centres
Data Centre Racks
Client Specific Options
|Efficiency and Sustainability|
PUE at Variable Loads
Proving Data Centre PUE
Maximising Data Centre Power
Green Data Centre
Benefits of Production Process
Operational Life Cycle
Data Centre Growth
10 - 225 Rack Data Centres
Large Scale Data Centres
Low Capital Investment
Low Power Consumption
Low Maintenance Overheads
|Modular Data Centre Projects|
Modular Data Centre Types
|Low to High Density Cooling|
Low, Med & High Density Racks
Zoned Data Centre Solutions
Backup Server Room Cooling
Data Centre Tier
|Monitoring & Maintenance|
Data Centre Maintenance
Data Centre Monitoring
What is Monitored?