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  • Objective: PUE 1.069
    Case Study
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
    CONTAINER PARK WITH:
    • Containers and Modular Natural Free Cooling MNFC® technology
    • MOST efficient electrical infrastructure (UPS, PDU,..)
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
    ABOUT THOR:
    - Based in Reykjavik (Iceland).
    - Hosting and Cloud Storage provider
    • 100% Carbon Neutral Data Center (all power generation is geothermal and hydro).
    • Maximum resiliency: Tier 3
    • 18 x IT Container 40´ with 280 racks in total and 4MW IT power.
    • Natural Free Cooling.
    • Ultra low TCO: due to low PUE and reasonable priced kw/h (€ 0,03), about 70% less than in continental Europe.
    • Redundant Fiber Optic link to continental Europe with 40ms latency.
  • ELECTRICAL CONSUMPTION IN DATA CENTERS
    IT systems
    38%-63%
    Lighting 1%-2%
    Air Conditioning
    23%-54%
    UPSes 6%-13%
    Two areas to focus on savings
    Energy costs grow between 10% to 25% annually
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
    THE CHALLENGE OF FREE COOLING IN ICELAND
    - Ideal location for Free Cooling: temp year round does not exceeds 24ºC.
    • However, in certain wind directions some quantity of sulphur is detected in the ambience.
    • A study done by IBM showed that direct air free cooling (even with EPA filter) could damage processors after 6 months.
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
  • Cooling Container
    IT Container
    MODULAR DATA CENTER
    Power room
  • MNFC® System: Main Advantages
    No Cross Contamination
    80% efficiency
    Low pressure drop
    100% Sensible cooling transfer
    No moving parts
    No energy required
    No single points of failure
    No Maintenance
    Patent P201030478
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
    COOLING OPERATION
    15ºC
    31ºC
    40ºC
    22ºC
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
    NATURAL FREE COOLING®OPERATIONAL RANGE
    External temperatures < 19ºC  temperature at the cold corridor is 24 ºC or lower with no support of traditional cooling
    19 ºC < External temperatures < 24 ºC  temperature at the cold corridor is 24 ºC or lower WITH evaporative cooling
    External temperatures > 24ºC  chilled water cooling
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
    HOURS AVAILABLE
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
    PUE AND COOLING EFFICIENCY
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
    EXAMPLE: YEARLY SAVING IN US CITIES (II)
    Example: 500KW Data Center (IT Load) in Boston (similar PUE as Detroit)
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
    PHASE 1 DEPLOYED:
    IT container:
    17 racks @ 14kW/rack
    NATURAL FREE COOLING container
    SERVICES room:
    EATON UPS, model 9390, 2 x 160 kVA (2N)
    2 x Genset 225 kVA (N+1)
    ATS, Main Switch Boards
  • SERVICES room
    UPSMain advantages:
    • Scalability and modular for future growth
    • Turn key solution, service and maintenance
    • High efficiency UPS with Energy Advantage Architecture (Energy Saver System)
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
    SCALABLE POWER INFRASTRUCTURE
    PHASE 1
    PHASE 2
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
    Not just a sketch , but a reality.
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
  • MODULAR DATA CENTER
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  • CONCLUSIONS
    - Security Vs. catastrophic events is a must: fire and water are main risks. DC thermal stability must be ensured!
    - Modularity: essential to adapt to the future. Modular “Smart Shelter” building technique is ideal.
    - Scalability: importance of planning ahead for added power and cooling equipment.
    - Mobility and Outdoors DC: the future. Containerized or Smart Shelter modular.
    - Power Efficient: thermal insulation provides great side benefit; DC consolidation and virtualization. GREEN
  • GRACIAS