Data Centers are at the heart of every digital interaction between consumers and businesses. As data consumption continues to surge, the prospect of unplanned downtime in the data center poses a serious risk to organisational stability.
Copper and aluminium are the two most common conductors used in electrical equipment, including Busbar trunking systems.
We often hear modular data centre construction being referred to as a ‘time saving solution’ but the question remains, how and where are these time efficiencies achieved? And more importantly, how much time is actually saved?
This white paper explores power distribution in the changing data center landscape, highlighting the emerging trends impacting the industry and evaluating the suitability of innovative busway solutions as an optimized approach to power distribution.
Since the development of CAD over half a century ago, design processes within the construction industry have changed dramatically, seeing traditional pencil and paper plans tossed out in favour of 2D digital drawings. As computing technology advanced so...
The international standard for low voltage switchboard arrangements, IEC 61439 'Low-voltage switchgear and control gear assemblies' sets out criteria for the internal subdivision of the busbars, functional units and external cable terminals within...
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