Tuesday, April 25, 2017


On a tour with Schneider Electric: This is where most data centre technology is born



Data Economy visits Schneider Electric’s Technology Center in St Louis, US, to find out from where the company’s main data centre solutions come from and what’s next.

Schneider Electric might be a global provider, however, it is in St Louis, Missouri, that the company keeps much of its intelligence and where new products are designed, tested and built.

From prefabricated data centre modules, to power supplies, cooling technology and more, all can be found at the large facility spanning more than 100,000 sqf of space, including 9,000 sqf for research and development.

Use the gallery bellow to have a look in and around Schneider Electric’s global centre for R&D.

Chilled water in and out
Backstage of what Schneider has been working on and which will b
Backstage of what Schneider has been working on and which will b
Empty cabinets: you can see and try everything at the Technology
Cablelicious
Art work decorates many of the walls of the Technology Center
The well-known Schneider FlexPod
Easy to deploy environments
10 years since APC's acquisition by Schneider
Testing the power
Entrance hall
American Chopper made motorbike with Schneiders hybrid technology embedded
American Chopper made motorbike with Schneiders hybrid technology embedded
American Chopper made motorbike with Schneiders hybrid technology embedded
Main conference room.
Tornado prof toilets
Corridor leading to meeting room
Entrance hall
Schneider Electric logo (reception)
Schneider Electric Technology Center, St Louis, Missouri, US
US, Missouri and Schneider Electric flags wave outside the build