However, even if the connectivity to utilities and MV part can be very different, the “LV” part, whatever the design and size of the data center, can be standardized, optimized and pre-integrated to reduce risks and time during on site installation.
LV power train is defined as combination of MV/LV transformer, LV switchboards, UPS and LV distribution to the rack. By developing design of this block with comprehensive integration, we can consider optimization of equipment as well as pre-validation of the system, on site installation description, operation sequences and recommendations.
This study made by Schneider Electric provides solution basic design that contributes to the standardization journey of building data center that reduce Capex, improves ROI, quickens time to market, increase simplification and scale of deployment expected by the business evolution.
To understand more about standardized solutions and the value-add of research-backed reference designs, we present to you Schneider Electric’s competency center on data center solution (or data center solution) team. A team of electrical, power, and IT engineers who address the full breadth of utility connection, electrical distribution, and IT racks for data centers. Brice Martinot-Lagarde, Global Solution Architect from Schneider Electric leads the team. He will be joined by Joe Kramer, Director of Sales and Marketing for Modular Datacenters from Schneider who has many years’ experience with these strategic designs, including prefabricated designs with modular data centers.
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Join us on Monday, Mach 30, 10am EST for Specifying the Optimal Power Train for Large and Hyperscale Data Centers. A webinar from the Digital International Colocation Club, hosted by Schneider Electric.
About Digital International Colocation Club (ICC)
Digital ICC is the online forum of the International Colocation Club, hosted by Schneider Electric. Through the ICC, colocation providers from around the globe come together to gain insights to grow their business. Through peer-to-peer sharing, industry experts and technology thought leaders, colocation providers will be prepared to evolve their business to meet future needs. The ICC meets annually in additional to locally-hosted Colo Clubs in select countries. To continue the discussion beyond the event, the Digital ICC offers exclusive content including a series of webinars.