Schneider Electric has deployed a second data centre for Scuderia Ferrari, the racing team division of the world famous Ferrari sports car manufacturer.
Ferrari commissioned its first Schneider Electric/APC data centre in 2004. That data centre was equipped with a cooling capacity of 20kW per rack. The InfraStruxure modular, scalable system serves as the physical infrastructure supporting computational fluid dynamics (CFD) platform and the simulations essential to the aerodynamic modeling of Ferrari’s championship Formula One cars.
Ferrari’s second data centre was built in 2015. A 300m2 site was created to support Ferrari’s Formula One car design team. Like the earlier data centre, it is also equipped with high efficiency cooling solutions, automatic static transfer switch (ATS) and hot aisle containment.
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