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Huawei launches new data centre and power supply solutions

Huawei launches new data centre and power supply solutions

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Huawei has launched next-generation data centre and power supply solutions at the Digitally Transforming Energy Infrastructure online event.

Make any room a data centre: Huawei promised to make any room a data centre as it outlined a new, smart modular data centre solution for small and Edge Computing scenarios, including three data centre products – FusionModule2000, FusionModule800, and FusionModule500 – designed for different industrial needs.

One rack supports one megawatt of power: Huawei launched an ultra-high-density modular UPS product series – UPS5000-H – that uses a new 100 kVA/3 U ultra-high-density hot-swappable power modules. It enables a single standard rack to support one megawatt of power. With high-density, high-efficiency and intelligence this series effectively lowers the physical footprint and reduces the number of hours required for installation in comparison to other UPS solutions. Once up and running, system-efficiency reaches 97%; in addition, the system is low-load and efficient in hibernation mode.

Making site power simple: Huawei’s iMagicPower adopts a multi-function, integrated design, supporting solar, Diesel Generator (DG), mains, and battery as power inputs. It also provides different power output modes, including 12/24/36/48 V DC output and 24/220/380 V AC output. With all functional parts available in a modular design, precise configuration is possible and future expansion is simplified, allowing enterprises to build according to their needs and means.

For site level energy storage and backup, Huawei launched CloudLi, a fifth-generation energy storage system, offering improved performance in terms of power density and reliability.

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