Frost & Sullivan commends ICTroom for introducing a highly flexible range of integrated modular data centre solutions in the European market


ICTroom has carved a niche for itself in the modular data centre space by positioning itself as an integrator with outstanding technological expertise. The company has a wide range of products that are rich in value added features and highly customisable. It recently launched a slew of products, among which the IMD250 stands out for its ground breaking flexibility.

ICTroom’s Integrated Modular Data Centre (IMD) portfolio employs a common platform for its products, wherein a number of solutions can be created using a standard toolkit of components. The IMD is a combination of three independent modules: an IT module, a power distribution module, and a primary power module. The IT module comprises the data floor and cooling infrastructure.

The company provides a range of cooling options including mechanical, free-air, and indirect ventilation (air-to-air). Its power distribution module consists of reliable, transparent, and fully concurrent maintainable switchgear systems, as well as scalable, efficient, and redundant UPS systems. Its primary power module has high quality transformers and dedicated generators for each module.

‘Significantly, the IMD portfolio is extremely scalable, even within the module itself. The IT capacity can be deployed in multiple phases and components, and modules can be added concurrently, without any disruption to business,’ said Frost & Sullivan’s senior industry analyst Gautham Gnanajothi. ‘Owing to its portfolio expansion, ICTroom now offers more granular steps in scaling capacity and a new product line for micro-sites with requirements below 100kW.’

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