Large scale data center applications tend to create a tremendous amount of interest due to their very significant scope, but from a power generation design standpoint they are rather basic. The base of design for large scale data is 2.5 to 3.0 MW single generators on a power bus with the ability to implement swing units. Though this implementation works well in the large applications, it doesn’t create optimal solutions for on-site enterprise data or smaller start-up co-location applications. This webinar will focus on maximizing reliability while balancing cost and scalability concerns for applications below 4 MW.
Key Topics Covered Include:
- Understanding the key requirements of data application design
- How to maximize reliability while balancing cost and scalability concerns
- Considerations when applying the concepts of the up-time institute tiers in smaller applications