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Orange's Padus Lab to Showcase Next-Generation Prefab Solutions for Telecom Equipment Hosting

December 09, 2021

Background

Telecommunications is a multi-trillion-dollar industry. Because of the nature of their business, major global telecom players like France’s Orange S.A., are faced with a unique social responsibility. As part of the Engage 2025 plan, Orange has committed to achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2040. To help bring their goal to fruition, Orange chose Vertiv to provide a next-generation prefabricated edge computing site.

Results

  • Rapid two-day installation period
  • Edge computing site suitable as a replicable standard for multiple geographies
  • Collaboration of business, technology, and academic experts to drive innovation
  • A technical education site available for both employees and the local community
  • A design that enables drastic energy consumption reductions

 

Case Summary

Location:

Lannion, France

Critical Need:

Develop an edge computing solution that will support distributed telecom environments while producing net-zero carbon emissions.

Vertiv Solution:

Prefabricated modular data centre:

  • Vertiv™ NetSure™ 400V HVDC power system and battery cabinets
  • Vertiv™ Knurr DCM™ server racks
  • Vertiv™ Liebert® DCD heat exchangers
  • Vertiv™ Liebert® HPC-S freecooling chiller
  • Vertiv™ Liebert® PCW chilled water perimeter unit
  • Vertiv™ Liebert® HPW wall-mounted air conditioning unit

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