Rittal is showing innovative solutions for datacenters in Monaco
From edge to cloud datacentersHerborn, )
Energy efficiency, scalability and safety are among the central requirements for modern datacenters. Rittal will be presenting a variety of solutions, such as the Lefdal Mine Datacenter (LMD), at the Datacloud Europe congress in Monaco, which takes place from 6 to 8 June 2017.
Very high energy efficiency: The Lefdal Mine Datacenter
The datacenter, which runs solely on renewable energies, is located over an area of 120,000 square meters on Norway’s west coast. With the LMD, Rittal offers a unique location – it is one of Europe’s most efficient, cleanest and most secure datacenters. Customers can create their own private cloud from different platforms (SAP Hana as a Service, and HPC as a Service), which they operate themselves or can have run as managed services. Benefits include the scalability of the system, its high energy efficiency, as well as the variety of operating models, from colocation to private cloud and through to DCaaS (Datacenter as a Service).
Quick and easy: Edge datacenters
Visitors to the Rittal booth can also find out about turnkey edge datacenters. The solutions, with their standardised, preconfigured IT infrastructure, can also be used with high availability rooms and so ensure the protection needed against heat, dust and dirt in industrial manufacturing environments. This way, companies can quickly and easily create new IT environments for digital processes in order to adapt their IT to the new challenges.
Rittal live on site
From 6 to 8 June 2017, Rittal will be represented by international experts at booth number 39 in the main hall of the Datacloud Europe congress in Monaco. Further information on the event can be found online at: http://www.datacloudcongress.com/...
Presentations involving Rittal at Datacloud Europe:
7 June 2017, 4.50 p.m. Roundtable discussion about “Modular to Hyperscale Data Center Cooling and Energy Efficiency” with Jason Rylands, Global Director of Datacenters and Open Compute Project, Rittal.