Power Delivery That Takes Worry Out Of Your Vocabulary

Power Delivery Model

RagingWire’s 2N+2™ power delivery design plus our Zipper Logic™ system and process delivers an unprecedented level of performance and availability in the data center industry.

2N+2 is RagingWire's technologically advanced, patented electrical infrastructure that provides twice the redundancy of a standard Tier 3 data center. Zipper Logic™ protects against utility power outages by moving power loads on demand without interruption between sources or in response to equipment failures.

As an additional safeguard, our custom-designed N-Matrix™ data center infrastructure management (DCIM) system manages and controls the entire electrical distribution system. In addition, the data center infrastructure is monitored 24x7 by on-site technicians working in the Network Operations Center (NOC). For you, this combination of people, process, and technology delivers an industry-leading level of reliability, efficiency, and on-site support all backed with a 100% service level agreement – with no exclusions for maintenance windows.

RagingWire was awarded two patents on our power delivery system plus other patents are pending. The first patent encompasses the ability to simultaneously conduct planned maintenance on one UPS and correct fault conditions on the backup UPS without any interruption in customer power or reliability. The ability to transfer live UPS load without impacting customer IT power allows RagingWire to give a 100% uptime SLA, even during scheduled maintenance windows.

Our second patent covers our massively scalable, phased-build power delivery infrastructure. With this patent, RagingWire improved upon the traditional data center pod-based power design by adding a unique cross-facility power switching fabric that allows live IT power load to be shared or moved across the entire facility, connecting any PDU with any UPS output. With this patent, our customers can grow their IT systems without worrying about scalability - we've engineered the current and future power flexibility required to meet their needs.