As data centers address more expansive and unique challenges, their power distribution equipment must also meet that performance needs. Server cabinets and racks, even individual server units, need to be designed for maximum adaptability to the ever-changing power consumption requirements of their unique and demanding environments.
Whether dedicated to supercomputing or artificial intelligence, data centers are unique in form factor and physical architecture. Often, administrators must find custom solutions for delivering power, cooling, networking, etc.
On the other hand, edge computing puts applications and data closer to devices—and their users, bringing a different set of challenges. Space is limited in many cases; smaller enclosures mean less room for the power distribution equipment. Because edge computing takes place remotely, you need to validate remote connectivity and possibly remediate any issues.
You often face unique challenges and applications no matter what type of data center you have. Learn how some of these challenges have been resolved.
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