Edge Data Center

We are providing a new generation of Edge Data Center with flexible power and cooling designs, easy deployment, and scalable capacity for implementation everywhere.

An Edge data center is a self-contained module created within a specially designed shipping container that has several rack-mounted servers as well as its own lighting, air conditioning, dehumidification, and uninterruptible power supply (UPS).

A portable way to install data center capacity is via a modular data center system. An edge data center can be installed wherever data capacity is required. To lessen the excessive IT loads, edge datacenters serve as a point of data aggregation and caching between consumers and bigger datacenters.

The all-in-one design not only offers clients with a one-stop shop, but it also achieves excellent system integration and dependability.

Exceptionally integrated & exceptionally dependable.

  • Prefabricated, pretested, and fully configured architecture with high mobility for edge computing applications.
  • Well-integrated UPS, power distribution, battery, cooling, racks, and other subsystems.

We offer an advance management and monitoring system that includes power, energy, assets, work orders, security, capacity management, and other features. Customer Satisfaction / Benefits

1. Provide More Space
Mobile Edge data centers, regardless of location, are small and occupy significantly less area than traditional structures. They are optimised for performance and have a larger density per rack than traditional data centers.

2. Simple To Implement
Flexsol data center are manufactured and tested in-house. All subsystems, including UPS, power distribution, battery, cooling, racks, and others, are perfectly integrated, allowing for rapid assembly.

3. Greater Scalability
Edge data centers are very flexible and much easier to expand or reconfigure than traditional data centers due to their entirely modularized architectural idea.

4. Made More Energy-Efficient
Cooling can account for up to 40% of a data center’s overall energy usage.

  • Location: Edge data centers are often positioned close to the end points they are connected to.
  • Size: Edge data centers will have a considerably smaller footprint while yet including the same components as traditional data centers.
  • Data type: Edge data centers often store mission-critical data with low latency requirements.

Deployment: An edge data center may connect to a bigger, central data center or be a part of a network of other edge data centers.