The RiMatrix S set up at CeBIT Bangalore and (right) Rittal India Managing Director Ajay Bhargava
Rittal showcases its modular, scalable data centre solutions for India

Bangalore, November 21 2014: Herborn( Germany)-based  Rittal  has brought its modular data centre designs and technologies in India.The company showcased its  range of  scalable data centre enclosures in units:  60kW, 120 kW, 90kW, 180kW etc  at the CeBIT India show  here last week.

Briefing IndiaTechOnline, Ajay Bhargava, Managing Director, Rittal India,  said the  RiMatrix S modules  which included completely  wired  units with water based dedicated cooling systems,   could be up and running within 3 months of  being ordered, compared to  a typical 10-12 month period. 

The data centers designed 7 to 10 years back were in the range of 2.5 kW to 4 kW per Rack, these traditional Data Centers are inadequate  to address current requirements, neither in terms of energy or in terms of space. To  meet clients’ needs for flexible solutions for new challenges, in an era of  cloud computing, mobile data usage, global networking, big data, Internet 3.0 & a greater need for security, Rittal solutions offered complete standardization, modularity  and faster deployment. All RiMatrix S modules may be scaled to almost any output between 10 kW to 450 kW. 

At CeBIT the message that Rittal put out was: individual data centre construction is history. Modular is the way to go.

Rittal GmbH is a leading global providerof solutions for industrial enclosures, power distribution, climate control and IT infrastructure, plus software and services. Systems made by Rittal are deployed in a variety of industries, including mechanical and plant engineering, IT and telecommunications.