Huawei has just launched its next-generation modular data center and power supply solutions at the Digitally Transforming Energy Infrastructure event, an online event that focused on opportunities in the digital power field, from green energy to intelligent transformation.

Huawei’s new modular data center products include the FusionModule2000, FusionModule800, and FusionModule500 which are designed for small and edge computing scenarios. The new solutions feature SmartLi UPS — Huawei’s smart lithium battery UPS, also having their air conditioner pipes and strong- and weak-current cables routed from top-down to avoid the raised floor architecture.

During the event, Huawei also launched its high density modular UPS product series UPS5000-H – which uses a new 100 kVA/3 U high-density hot-swappable power modules. According to the company, its new UPS5000-H modular UPS is the industry’s first UPS that enables a single standard rack to support one megawatt of power.

As announced, Huawei partner NetCraft Information Technology (Macau) has already adopted this solution, on which NetCraft sales director Benjamin Wong commented at the event saying, “With the Huawei Modular Data Center Solution, all required components are modular. An easy way for customers to understand this solution is to consider that each component is like a building block: You can build up your castle by adding different blocks, so you can add more blocks in the future when needed.”

For site level energy storage and backup, Huawei further launched CloudLi, its fifth generation energy storage system and the company’s iMagicPower which adopts a multi-function, integrated design, supporting solar, Diesel Generator (DG), mains, and battery as power inputs. iMagicPower also provides different power output modes, including 12/24/36/48 V DC output and 24/220/380 V AC output.

The company claims that the new Huawei CloudLi power solution is particularly important with staffing restrictions experienced during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic as CloudLi supports remote, intelligent Operations and Maintenance (O&M).

Huawei also disclosed that its ongoing Research and Development (R&D) investment is focused on the implementation of a high-density, efficient, intelligent power supply and distribution system which the company expect to serve the higher computing power and density need that is predicted for the next five years.