Power matters: Uptime is crucial for data centers
Totally Integrated Power ensures an especially efficient and reliable power supply to safeguard critical data
Data centers have to protect valuable and critical data around the clock, 365 days a year. While data centers focus on storing and processing data, electrical power is not core business – but it is one of the main cost components and it must ensure availability as close to 100 percent as possible. That’s why power matters. Finding solutions to provide absolutely stable, reliable, and efficient power supply is a crucial factor for the economic operation of data centers. With Totally Integrated Power, Siemens comprises a complete portfolio that enables maximum availability and reliability, tailored towards the specific needs of data centers of any size, while providing outstanding energy efficiency.
The direct path to highest performanceFor the vast majority of businesses, data centers are critical facilities that face many different challenges. Complex server rooms need secure power supply for cooling units and air conditioning running 24/7. Protecting critical data, ensuring uptime, and availability of service are of equal importance. The Totally Integrated Power portfolio covers the complete load flow including all elements of electricity supply and certified solutions for the safety of operator and equipment, as well as cyber security at the highest level. In addition, an easy connection to automation in buildings enables integration into the building IT system of a data center.
Major challenges for data centers
In today’s data centers, the stakes are high and the challenges manifold. Maximum uptime. Highest efficiency. Full scalability. You’re responsible for delivering it all, and in the most secure environment. We’ve pooled our vast expertise and experience across several disciplines. The result is a comprehensive portfolio of integrated solutions and global service. You need to reach the highest performance – we can help you get there.
Our answer: Totally Integrated Power
The TIP concept includes all aspects of the power supply for data centers: from electrification and automation to digitalization. Our integrated portfolio includes products, solutions, and services for all voltage levels, areas of application, and plant lifecycle phase. This ensures a reliable and flexible power supply.
Reliable and competitive power for data centers
The trend toward more and more digitalization in all areas of life is confronting operators of data centers with huge challenges and fundamental decisions. The reliability of their services, their market price, new business models, and last but not least, changes in the power grids are constantly introducing new demands – on internal processes and technologies. This makes it all the more important to be able to count on reliable, highly efficient power supply solutions when making far-reaching decisions, because all processes in the data center require reliable and competitive electrical energy. With Totally Integrated Power (TIP) for data centers, we offer a comprehensive range of proven and innovative technology solutions geared to enable efficient power supply and distribution. Our TIP solutions are fully integrated and aligned across all voltage levels and throughout the entire data center lifecycle. They offer greater security of supply, shorter response time, higher flexibility, and lower costs. Open our TIP for Data Centers Web feature to learn more about our offerings (the Web feature is only available in English)!
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Specific solutions for data centers
Optimal power supply for energy efficiency and maximum availability
The demands on data centers are particularly high: They always have to be available , protect valuable data, and keep that data accessible – all while remaining energy efficient. As a result, it is equally as important for the power supply to keep pace with these requirements and combine maximum performance with efficient consumption values.