ADAM relies on Vertiv’s infrastructure for its data center in Madrid.

Vertiv, a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, has collaborated with Adam Data Center, a provider of hosting services, IaaS, and connectivity with data centers in Madrid and Barcelona, to improve energy efficiency in their facilities. The project was carried out at Adam’s data center in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, and has resulted in a significant reduction in energy consumption and an improvement in Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE).

At the Madrid data center, Adam implemented Vertiv™ Liebert® APM uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems with ECO mode. This compact and modular solution has allowed Adam to achieve a PUE of less than 1.3. The energy-saving mode allows the operator to automatically select bypass line output when public grid power is stable, resulting in efficient operation without compromising power quality.

Previously, at their Barcelona data center, Adam installed high-efficiency Vertiv™ Liebert® PDX compact thermal management units with direct freecooling, along with Liebert® APM UPS systems, resulting in a 25% energy savings compared to their previous facilities.

The main objective of this collaboration is to provide top-tier data center services to companies looking to place their equipment in a high-quality data center environment and seeking an alternative to large cloud service providers (hyperscalers). Adam Data Center has sought to expand its services to Madrid and create geo-redundancy solutions, becoming one of the most innovative data centers in southern Europe.

The choice of Vertiv solutions in this new data center was based on the positive past experience with their infrastructures in other Adam data centers. The collaboration and scalability of Vertiv’s solutions have allowed both companies to achieve their energy efficiency and operational improvement objectives.

“In all Adam data centers, we have providers committed to innovation, such as Vertiv. Their solution has allowed efficient, fast, and full integration with the DCIM, while also contributing to streamlining facility operations,” said Alfonso Pascual, Infrastructure Manager at Adam. “The results have met expectations, the energy savings have been significant, and the integration management in ADAM’s monitoring systems has facilitated daily operations,” he concluded.

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