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Kstar data center integrated solutions took center stage at CPSE

Source:KSTAR

CPSE 2019-The 17th China Public Security Expo for Security & Protection concluded on October 31st. With more than 13,000 spectators at home and abroad, it was regarded as China’s largest security event. Kstar, the globally renowned manufacturer of data center infrastructure products and Integrated solution provider, brilliantly displayed the data center integrated solution achievements for the attendees of the event and became the most noticeable item at CPSE.

 

 

Security industry is not fully secured without the power protection. Leave gaping holes in power protection that can take security systems down for minutes, or even longer, creating a security risk for the customer. Especially in the smart security field which need a lot of data. To ensure precision equipment such as servers, routers, and terminals in the data center operated efficiently as well as data center infrastructure deployment, operation, and maintenance easy and convenient, data center integrated solutions for the security market was necessary. Under the Kstar Integrated Data Center Solutions strategy, Kstar continuously builds its core competence around IDU(Micro Data Center Solution), IDM(Micro/Small Data Center Solution) and IDR(Large/Medium Data Center Solution), providing customers with better products and services.

 

 

Kstar Micro Data Center Solution(IDU):

 

IDU provides an integrated infrastructure solution for sectors like public security, finance, government, medical, education, and small to medium-sized enterprises. Single cabinet,double cabinet or 3-9 cabinets solutions can be chosen according to different requirement. It is a highly integrated, quick to deploy, plug and play, intelligently managed, scalable, fully customizable, convenient and efficient micro data center.

Kstar Small Data Center Solution(IDM)

 

IDM is a module that comprises power, cooling, rack, cabling, and management. The module can be single-row or dual-row and can be expended within 15 meters length. The sealing hot or cold ventilation channels greatly reduced the energy consumption. It is not only suitable for small data center but also Medium data center.

Kstar Medium to large-scale data center solution (IDR)

 

The hyperscalers’ underlying businesses are strong these years. As of the first quarter of 2019, there are now approximately 458 large-scale data centers worldwide. However,every upgrading and rebuilding of software or hardware in a data center comes at a high cost. To help hyperscale data center deploy racks faster, with fewer errors, and a lot more efficiency, Kstar comes up with hyperscalers’ data center solution(IDR). It is flexible, easy to maintains and can be rapid deliver.

 

In addition to the integrated solution, Kstar also demonstrated outdoor cabinet, key data center infrastructure products including UPS, precision air conditioning, precision power distribution, batteries and cabinet, and some other products, which have also received enthusiastic attention.

 

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