Vapor IO’s Kinetic Grid architecture is the unique combination of high-speed software-defined networking, edge colocation and edge exchange — all pre-integrated into a single package from a single supplier—lowering the cost and complexity of edge computing.
The VEM-20 is a high density outdoor pedestal solution for the deployment of edge applications. Unlike many telecom pedestal solutions, the VEM-20 is designed with data center operators in mind and provides solutions and features commonly found in enterprise data centers. The VEM-20 offers two physically and logically isolated 10 kW racks.
The VEM-20 has also been specifically designed to support 5G O-RAN, serving as many as 20 towers from each pedestal. A set of carefully-located VEM-20s become an ideal platform on which to build a virtualized 5G network and serve it with local breakout, exchange and edge compute applications.
Capable of supporting 150 kW of IT equipment, the VEM-150 is slightly larger than a standard cargo container and has six 36 kW high-density racks that can support up to 24 individual tenants with locking and isolation mechanisms on every quarter rack. The VEM-150 exists in a few locations, but has been replaced by the VEM-180 for new deployments.
The VEM-180 is a two-story stacked system capable of housing 180 kW of IT equipment with separate tenants in each of 8 or 10 racks, depending on the model. The VEM-180 has replaced the VEM-150 for new deployments.
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