Utilizing an innovative utilitarian approach, the Open Rack is a breakthrough rack standard designed specifically as a data center solution for OCP. The rack is designed to maximize both efficiency and density for all of the user’s equipment, ensuring that components achieve a maximum lifespan. Each rack is divided into 48mm (1.889”) tall sections or zones, called an OpenU, providing better thermal design. The outer chassis measures 24” while the inner casing is 21” wide, allowing larger space efficiency and utilization when compared to the current industry standard 19” rack.
Penguin Computing offers the Open Bridge rack with two power zones as a solution for HPC power needs, providing up to 31 KW total with N+3 redundancy. Additionally, single (N+1 redundancy) and triple power zone options (with either N+2 or N+3 redundancy) are available for flexible power requirements including data center workloads and other demanding environments.
If your organization deploys servers on a very large scale in a service-based infrastructure,your platform requirements are different from typical medium- and small-scale deployments. We know how to build highly efficient solutions that are specific to your actual workload and datacenter environment. We also offer highly energy-efficient solutions according to the Open Compute specifications. Talk to us to find out how we can design a highly efficient custom solution for your data center.
For a well known social networking and micro-blogging service, Penguin Computing developed a green data center solution that was radically optimized for overall efficiency, decreasing the overall power consumption per rack by 23% compared to a traditional rack of 1U rack-mounted systems. To maximize compute density, flexibility, Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) and manageability the system features: