increase in electrical footprint of all data centres by 20251


growth in global data generated by 20252


of executives report that over 50% of their data centres will be self-configuring by 20253


of data will be processed at Edge by 20254

Experience the all-digital Data Centres of the Future

Trailblazing the path to net-zero data centre operations

In this Innovation Talk session, Iron Mountain discusses how they are intertwining strategic sustainability priorities with business goals. Learn how they have utilised digitisation to measure and report on clear sustainability metrics.

Hybrid cloud architecture evolution

Hear from Steve Carlini, VP of Innovation and Data Centre at Schneider Electric, as he shares the evolution of the hybrid cloud architecture and discusses how IT and data centre professionals can leverage this change.

Powering and digitising data centres

Pankaj Sharma, EVP of Secure Power Division at Schneider Electric, discusses how the digitisation of data centres plays a pivotal role for businesses to adapt and be resilient to uncertainties.

Building the resilient and sustainable Edge

The industry faces an emerging challenge within smaller, edge environments. Kevin Brown, SVP and CMO of Secure Power Division at Schneider Electric, explains how we power the digital transformation for our customers in a highly reliable and resilient way.

See how customer are shaping the Data Centres of the Future

Digital movie magic

Animal Logic
Creating award-winning effects outside of Hollywood is a bold idea. Schneider Electric installed a ready-made data centre in less than five months for Animal Logic and now they make digital movie magic with EcoStruxure IT.
Read Animal Logic's story

Compatible with future IT needs

Ensure that data centre physical equipment, cooling and power is compatible with advances in IT servers, the scale of new workloads and storage demands.

Reliable power and cooling

Improve reliability with integrated Medium-Voltage, Low-Voltage and uninterruptible power supply and cooling solutions that can be configured to provide redundancy.

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EcoStruxure for Data Centres

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EcoStruxure for Cloud and Service Providers

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1.  What are data centre services?

A data centre is an essential component that plays a vital role in the smooth functioning of any organisation. Therefore, it is crucial to seek data centre services from a source with expertise in hardware, software, personnel, and processes to maintain a data centre. Schneider Electric provides solutions on multiple fronts like high-density infrastructure, robust software, digital services, high-efficiency designs, etc. A team of efficient professionals delivers quality services that substantially contribute to a data centre's longevity.

2. What is a sustainable data centre?

A sustainable data centre is also known as a green data centre; it focuses on energy efficiency and has minimal impact on the environment. The central objective of a sustainable data centre is to improve the reduction of energy demand continually. Schneider Electric offers a wide range of solutions like carbon strategy consulting, circular principles for preserving resources and CO2 emissions, and resource-efficient data centre designs to elevate the overall data centre sustainability.

3. How can data centres be more sustainable?

As the world grows more environmentally aware, there is an increased demand for better data centre planning. A data centre is a vital component present in every organisation; it is primarily responsible for heavy data and application storage. There are multiple ways to reduce carbon and greenhouse gas emissions and make a data centre more sustainable. Schneider Electric focuses on energy-saving technologies that ensure minimal emission of greenhouse gases. In addition to the wide range of services, we also set up a hybrid data centre that reduces electrical power generation by utilising virtualisation and software networking. It significantly improves the cutback of its environmental demand, making the data centre more sustainable for a brighter and healthier future.