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Short Circuit Current Ratings (SCCR) are required by Code on all types of data center power and cooling equipment.
Beginning with the 2005 version of the NEC, also known as NFPA-70, changes to the NEC impose some significant new requirements for Short Circuit Current Rating (SCCR) of electrical equipment including UPS, Air Conditioners, and practically every other large power consuming or conversion device in today's data center.
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An organization that provides professional development and technical support to special education K-12 students found its data center infrastructure to be prone to frequent outages and poor performance, which had a negative impact on the availability of student-targeted services. In addition, their environment was not designed to house a data center and did not have dedicated fire suppression.
What challenged the organization's IT manager and the rest of his team was that they would need to install any infrastructure upgrade solution quickly between Friday evening and Monday morning and that the IT space they had was small; only around 130 square feet.
While researching a solution to fit their needs, the organization attended an education technology conference - in search of the right offering. At the conference, the IT manager visited the Emerson Network Power booth, saw a demo of the SmartRow infrastructure, and sat in on a presentation.
The rest is history - a New Data Center in 48 hours!
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A simple, cost-effective solution designed to quickly expand IT capacity when you don't have the luxury of more data center white space.
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Colocation facilities have long promised organizations the opportunity to buy data center capacity as OpEx, without investing CapEx in a new physical infrastructure. But integrated infrastructure solutions now offer a third option, by enabling organizations to buy efficient, intelligent infrastructures without paying for a lengthy and expensive physical build.
Join Emerson Network Power to discover key financial and technology considerations that will help guide your decision to invest in hosted, traditional or integrated infrastructure solutions. Participants will also see how Smart Solutions from Emerson Network Power offer OpEx savings of 27 percent and CapEx savings of 10 percent or more over a traditional design approach, while providing a level of ownership and control unmatched by outsourced services.
Presenters: Stephen Blakemore, Solutions Sales Manager and John Bearg, Director
October 24, 2012
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Eastern