What is High Density Computing?
High Density Computing is a compelling way to address the challenges presented by Big Data. Strategies designed to maximise productivity and efficiency, increase available power density and the physical footprint computing power of data centres, High Density Computing is crucial to future-proofing the storage of your essential data. At Volta, high-density racks support 10kW+ — increasing the efficiency and scalability of your IT infrastructure.
Volta deploys various row-based cooling solutions across its data halls, enabling the ultimate in flexibility when it comes to rack power density. This system suits the very latest in server technology, while the ability to place high-density racks alongside traditional racks equips Volta for the future.
Volta monitors intake temperatures, discharge temperatures, peak loads and fan speeds in real time. With constantly evolving server technology, this row-based cooling capability future-proofs Volta’s high-density data centre, ensuring it can scale with ease to meet rising density requirements.