Integrating your IT infrastructure with Zella DC

Our micro data centres are a complete solution, a server room in a box, that includes fire protection, PDU, physical security, a switchboard and cooling. But they are also vendor agnostic so you can add any other IT equipment you may need, as long as it's 19" rack-mounted equipment.

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What's included

Fire Protection. Built in fire protection specific for electronic equipment (Pyrorack).

PDU. A rack mounted PDU (Power Distribution Unit) to control and monitor power to servers, switches and the other devices to assist in balancing power loads.

Physical Security. Physical security to keep out unwanted visitors with a secure and protected way to open the door. Resistant to physical attacks.

Switchboard. A built-in switchboard for quick and easy power connection.

Cooling. Active cooling with no air coming in or coming out to keep the equipment at constant temperature and humidity.

What you can add

All our units are vendor agnostic, so you are not tied to any specific brand or manufacturer. Any standard size 19" rack-mounted equipment can be installed in our Zella Pro

  • UPS / Batteries (we can supply this to you if preferred, otherwise you can buy your own)
  • Servers
  • Communications
  • Storage

Not sure what a micro data centre includes? Find out what is a true micro data centre

Wondering what's the difference between a micro data centre and a server room? Have a look at this Zella DC vs Server Room video. 

Get in touch to find out more or book a free consultation

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