Eaton Power Xpert 9395 UPS, busways and switchgear installed in Denver
Power management company Eaton today announced it is providing its Power Xpertc 9395 uninterruptible power systems (UPSs), busways and switchgear solutions to H5 Data Centers in Denver as part of an efficiency upgrade.
H5’s Denver data center is a purpose-built facility which occupies more than 14 acres of the Denver Tech Center. It comprises four buildings of over 300,000 square feet and was originally constructed for United Airlines.
Eaton 9395 UPS
Philip Fischer, global data center segment manager, Eaton said: “As an expanding facility with a diverse portfolio of customers, H5 Data Centers’ colocation facility needed a flexible solution that combined reliability and scalability to address growing demands.
”Eaton has worked closely with H5 Data Centers over the past year to learn its infrastructure in an effort to increase efficiency and consistency for customers across this state-of-the-art colocation facility. We’ve formed a strong team in the process and look forward to building on this collaboration as H5 Data Centers continues to grow.”
A UPS, a busway and a switchgear
H5 Data Centers will implement Eaton’s Pow-R-Way III busway and Magnum DS switchgear. Eaton’s busway distributes power in mission-critical facilities and is SMaRT certified for sustainability.
Additionally, the busway greatly reduces installation time compared to conduit and wire alternatives, and can be added to or changed to reduce material costs and enhance power distribution flexibility.
Eaton’s Magnum DS switchgear is designed to provide centralized control and protection of high-density power systems in a limited space, enabling H5 Data Centers to better utilize valuable data center estate with revenue supporting equipment.
H5 Data Centers is one of the leading privately-owned data center operators in the United States with more than one million square feet under management. H5 Data Centers currently owns data centers in Ashburn, Atlanta, Charlotte, Denver, San Jose, San Luis Obispo and Seattle.