We are currently developing the Space Internet Data Center (Space IDC). Space IDC is a data center satellite system composing of modified server computers and communication systems for Earth-orbit and surface applications. Typical data centers on Earth take up to 30% of energy in an air-conditioning environment. The cold temperature of outer space (−270.45 °C; −454.81 °F) is an advantage to our Space IDC since it will result in much less energy consumption of data center
Major Components: Space Internet Data Center
At mu Space, a notable advantage in all of our technology is the power system and electronics, referred to as the heart and brain of the technology respectively. The power system acts as a storage that distributes energy whereas the electronics control that energy ensuring an optimum benefit for energy use.
It is undoubtedly that the advancement of our development and manufacturing capability of the Space Data Center (Space IDC) is strongly focusing on these two important parts.
Currently, we have reached a significant level of progress for the satellite components and sub systems for the Space IDC, some of which have undergone actual testing while the others will be test-launched into space for virtual conditions. Main structure, battery pack, and multi-junction solar panel are three major components that contribute to the high performance of our Space IDC. Click here to see the prototypes of our Space IDC’s major components.
End to End customer / Full loop service
Nearly global coverage of in-orbit internet data center with LEO constellation of small satellites. An internet data center is a special expediency that becomes the main host of IT equipment and operation. It represents the place where the equipment and operation is stored, and its information dispersed. The purpose of building a Data Center in outer space depends on cooling performance, and mu Space is currently developing with the cooperation of partners.