With enterprise demand driving more SaaS (Software as a Service) and IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) applications, data centre continuity has never been more critical.
ABB has developed its MegaFlex range for the IEC and UL market, with power ranges of up to 1.5 and 1.6 MW respectively.
The MegaFlex solution is designed to deliver excellent availability and reliability, with the most compact footprint on the market, up to 45 percent smaller for the IEC version compared to competitor models of equal power rating. Despite its small footprint, the UPS also delivers sustainable power technology with reduced energy losses due to high efficiency converters of up to 97.2 percent, adaptable to variable IT load.
This supports ABB’s Mission to Zero, a vision for a zero-emission reality for all, and reinforces its commitment to offer safe, smart and sustainable power technologies to the global data centre industry.
Ciaran Flanagan, Global Head of ABB’s Data Centre Business said: “As larger data centres push power requirements ever higher, demand for scalable and redundant power solutions continues to grow. The vast amount of energy consumed by these data centres means that every percentage point improvement in efficiency brings with it cost savings. More importantly it also supports our sustainability commitments.
MegaFlex DPA, which we will present at Data Centre World London, has been created in response to these increasing power demands and cleverly combines the highest efficiency ratings with the smallest footprint. We are excited to showcase this pioneering new product at Data Centre World together with our broader portfolio of electrification and digital solutions for efficient and reliable data centre operations.”
MegaFlex DPA provides a continuous flow of clean, sustainable power and provides the system-wide resiliency needed for modern data storage solutions that implement distributed, cloud or hybrid approaches.
Serviceability is made easier and more accessible with its modular platform. Enhanced self-diagnostics improve speed to market, reduce downtime and importantly mitigate risk from human error during start-up and maintenance phases. An intelligent predictive maintenance program allows greater planning and reduces service schedules throughout the product life cycle.
From stand D345 at Data Centre World London, ABB will also showcase its smart, safe and sustainable power infrastructure portfolio, designed to help data centre owners and operators improve their time to market and prepare for future growth.
With digital solutions such as ABB Ability Data Centre Automation and electrical distribution monitoring, operators and managers can benefit from embedded intelligence making maintenance more efficient, and optimisation quicker, easier and smarter. Stop by to explore state of the art electrification technology, from grid to chip.
For more information, please visit https://new.abb.com/data-centers
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