Thanks to the application of new technologies such as virtualisation, or the development of edge computing, servers are becoming smaller and more powerful. The result is a considerably higher density of processing capacity per square metre. It also means that more energy is required per square metre, both to power and cool the high-density devices. nexLoop data centres are modular and flexible. This allows us to adapt components to individual and specific requirements to accommodate your high-density devices.
As each server rack is by default equipped with an A and B power supply with a single or three-phase PDU adapted to your needs, we can meet all your requirements, without having to adapt the infrastructure. Both power supplies are connected to a redundant inverter. This guarantees a constant and continuous energy supply to both power supplies.
nexLoop supplies power distribution units (default outlets C13 and/or C19) and you can have up to 20 kW distributed in your rack.
nexLoop cools IT equipment according to the “cold corridor” or “ambient” principle depending on the power subscribed. nexLoop meets the temperature and humidity tolerance requirements for data centre air as defined in ASHRAE TC9.2.
Floor load is also an important element in the design of a high density data centre, minimum 1 tonne/m². nexLoop takes this into account in the design.
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