enterprises across industries — including the government, finance, energy,
and transportation sectors — are feeling the pressure of massive volumes of data.
How can enterprises cope with the surge in data and related infrastructure required?
The Huawei Modular Data Center 5.0 @ SmartLi inside greatly simplifies equipment room construction.
Indeed, the solution radically reduces traditional location requirements for equipment rooms — from floor
height to total area and load bearing capacity — effectively shortening site inspection times and related costs.
Put simply, any room can now be made a data center.
With far lower requirements placed on net height, the Huawei Modular Data Center 5.0 is equipped with
in-row air-conditioners, where pipes and power and signaling cables are all routed from the top.
As a result, there is no need for a traditional raised floor design, meaning that equipment can be accommodated
in ceiling heights as low as 2.6 m, far below the 3 m minimum required by a traditional data center.
Similarly, load bearing requirements are slashed, the load-bearing requirement of SmartLi UPS falls below 1000 kg/m2,
meeting the load-bearing requirements for T3 and T4 data centers in TIA942. And, by sharing the same load-bearing
requirements as data center equipment, the UPS can also share the same space.
Doing away with the need to have a separate power room represents a big saving on space. This high-density solution
saves more than 75% of required battery space, compared with lead-acid batteries. And that means more revenue
generating IT cabinets can be deployed instead.