Case Studies

Houghton Mifflin

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Part of Houghton Mifflin’s data center design build project included contracting ASNE to furnish, install, and startup its modular power system to support its new 2,450 square foot data center. The data center was designed for 100 watts per square foot to meet Houghton Mifflin’s computer load requirement for the future. Reliability and redundancy were built into this new infrastructure, which includes parallel redundant UPS systems, parallel generators, and a water-glycol cooling system.

The concept of paralleling multiple gensets to produce greater amounts of power is not new. In fact, it is a well-proven method commonly used with large megawatt units in premium installations. Up until now, it has not been economically feasible to combine smaller units in this fashion because of the high cost of traditional paralleling switchgear cabinets. Generac has broken the price barrier by combining its technical expertise, worldwide sources, and vertically integrated manufacturing methods to deliver this capability to an entirely new range of demanding applications, making this a powerful solution over a wide range of output requirements.

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