Modular Data Center
The chart below is a simple comparison of monthly energy costs of a 10MW data center. This is based on the average PUE of a data center, which is 1.7 according to the EIA. The EIA believes that this has dropped from 2.2 to 1.7 because of the implementation of water cooling, containment, and modular data centers. Realistically, the traditional data center could cost as much as $1,300,000 a month!
E3's Data Center Modules are unlike any traditional data center. Our modules are flexible, scalable and inherently efficient.
Our modules give you all the advantages of modular construction(time to deployment, efficiency, high density, etc.), but unlike containerized data centers, they are easy to maintain due to their ladder rack above the racks and below the raised floor.
Advantages of Modular Construction:
Cost Savings - Lower TCO
Reduced Energy Consumption
Excellent Power Utilization Effectiveness
Lower Initial Investment
Higher Power Density
Only buy the infrastructure you need
Flexibility - Size, Weight, Configuration
Deploy on rooftops, alleyways, indoors, outdoors, and in any climate
Modules can be as small as a tool shed or can comprise an entire data center
48 Different Size Configurations
Aluminum construction and lithium batteries are available for weight-limited deployments
Time to Deployment
Construction occurs at the same time as permitting
Modules can be deployed in multiple stages
Monetize assets sooner
The graphic above shows the potential time savings of using modular construction. The savings are even better when building a multi-megawatt facility as modules can be deployed one at a time. This allows you to monetize your assets earlier.
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Containers? No thanks.
Many of our customers switched to our modules after trying containerized solutions. As you can see on the right, ISO shipping containers are tiny and there is not enough room for proper maintenance. This actually increases TCO above that of a traditional data center! Our modules are built to have a twenty-year lifespan, allowing you to reuse the same module for many generations of equipment.
Modular data centers can be used for a variety of purposes ranging from colocation to big data. We have designed modules for housing everything from 1 rack to 22 racks.