The Kube Data Center is designed from the ground up for maximum flexibility, expandability and ease of deployment to address your data center needs. There is no need to build excess capacity for future growth.
More Economical than Building
Expanding or retrofitting an existing data center requires planning, specialized labor and usually high costs. The Kube3 system is built in standard modules which gives price certainty and consistency as your data center is built or expanded.
The Kube3 System is designed to be easily expanded due to the modular approach. Expand rack capacity or add a backup generator or a high capacity UPS module. Each expansion module is self-contained and designed to be plug and play.
The Kube3 system is a standards-based approach to data center deployment. Everything is pre-fabricated in a quality controlled environment, built according to stringent specifications, and outfitted with only the highest quality components.
A Kube3 System can be ordered, built and shipped to your site in as little as 12 weeks. Assembling the specially engineered modules can be done without any specialized trades. IT staff are able to assemble and commission a Kube3 System when it is delivered. The rapid turnaround means you can set up operations on a tighter schedule.
High Density Design
A Kube3 System is engineered to provide power and cooling for up to 35Kw per rack. This means the smallest Kube3 configuration is capable of supporting up to 280 Kw in a 20’ x 20’ building.
A Kube3 System is designed to be as economical as possible. The use of a free cooling chiller can reduce the electrical cost of cooling up to 90% saving a lot of money and creating a very green data center.
A Kube3 System is engineered to expand from 6 racks up to 24 racks. The unique design of the Kube3 System allows any company to expand their capacity and cooling when they need it by adding an additional 6 or 8 rack module.
Rack-mount devices draw cool supply air thorugh the chassis
Heat exhaust air passes through the liquidfilled coil of the door
Heat is removed from the cabinet by the IcePack Cooling Door, absorbing the exhausted heat before re-entry into the data center
Liquid Cooling Technology Facts
Water cools at 3,400 times the effectiveness of air
It is less costly to pump liquid than to blow air
Liquid cooling is extremely predictable when close coupled to the heat source
Liquid cooling is highly flexible and can be installed where air cooling the load is not physically possible Water already exists in the data center for building chilled water, including sprinkler systems IcePack's sealed closed loop system uses only 6.9L (1.8 Gal.) of treated water
Localized liquid cooling has been used for over 45 years in IBM mainframes and Cray supercomputers, military electronics, and OEM rack-mount servers that bring liquid cooling right to the server chassis