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The information revolution has played a key role in stabilizing the global economy, improving the quality of people’s lives, increasing vitality, and promoting development. An important pillar of the digital economy, the Internet industry is quickly evolving.
Cloud computing and large-scale Internet applications are changing the data center industry. Top Internet companies now offer cloud services and are building independent or joint data centers. Compared with traditional data centers, Internet data centers require more innovative technologies, customization, resource flexibility, and fast delivery.
Data centers facilitate the rapid growth of Internet, cloud computing, and big data services.
As one of the major data center suppliers, the Internet industry actively explores green and low-carbon technologies for innovative data center construction.
With cloud computing, the industry is opting for 12–15 kW/rack density, requiring faster, more elastic, and higher density facility deployment.
Facilities must be secure and stable to assure the security of data housed in data centers.
Large data center operations involve complex O&M, which needs to be simplified.
UPS5000H delivers up to 99% efficiency in S-ECO mode and features 0 ms transfer.
Indirect evaporative cooling capitalizes on natural cooling sources.
The integrated system design simplifies procurement and speeds up delivery.
High-density deployment reduces the footprint.
Full-link visualization: Real-time monitoring simplifies O&M management.
Intelligent optimization: iCooling reduces PUE by 8%–15%.
AI enables proactive and predictive maintenance.
Components, devices, and systems adopt modular and redundancy designs.