Parthenon Dc Dynamics Conferentie24nov2009[1]

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Parthenon Dc Dynamics Conferentie24nov2009[1]

  1. 1. Bits&Bytes and…. …..Paprika’s Pieter Duijves Parthenon Data Centres Managing Director Datacenter Dynamics Amsterdam, November 24th, 2009 SLIDE 1 SLIDE 1
  2. 2. CONTENT • Data centre market trends • Symbiosis • Parthenon One • Benefits 2 SLIDE 2 SLIDE 2
  3. 3. Market trends SLIDE 3 SLIDE 3
  4. 4. MARKET TRENDS Steep growth in the demand for data centre space and power – Increasing demand for data traffic and storage Demand • Growing IP network traffic (IPTV, on-demand video traffic, VoIP, e-commerce, household broadband penetration) • Increasing number of companies outsource their server farm to data centres • Increased central hosting of enterprise applications Increasing technical requirements (power, cooling) Technology High density equipment, blade servers requirements Server virtualisation Required power density approaching 5 kW/m2 Previous generation (1999/2000) engineered at ~ 500 W/m2 Environmental Increasing environmental requirements requirements SLIDE 4 SLIDE 4
  5. 5. ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS ICT has become one of the most energy consuming industries with around 7.5 % of the electricity consumption in the Netherlands ICT carbon footprint comparable with aviation industry ICT energy consumption doubles every 5 -6 years Strong environmental pressure to design with maximum energy efficiency (e.g. use of free air cooling) 5 SLIDE 5 SLIDE 5
  6. 6. SYMBIOSIS SLIDE 6 SLIDE 6
  7. 7. SYMBIOSIS Parthenon Data Centre Heat/cold Ground storage 20 kV Heat CO2 20 kV Trafo Heat Onderstation 150 kV Tennet CO2 20 kV SLIDE 7 SLIDE 7
  8. 8. HEAT AND COLD STORAGE Datacentre Koude vraag SLIDE 8 SLIDE 8
  9. 9. SYMBIOSIS • Ultimate green operation CO2 Heat Electrical Power – Residual heat harvested for greenhouse growing – CO2 fully used to grow the greenhouse plants CO2 Heat Electrical Power – Heat/cold storage in the ground to decouple heat supply and usage • Data centre can also operate stand-alone (not CO2 Heat Electrical Power depending on the greenhouse farming) • 12200 Ton annual carbon savings (Royal Haskoning) Greenhouses Data Centre • Growers have their own electricity company ECW; electrical infrastructure is ready and available • Electricity purchasing under agreement with electricity management company for farmers – Purchasing on OTC – No supplier lock-in • Second substation connected to Tennet high voltage network in 2011 SLIDE 9 SLIDE 9
  10. 10. PARTHENON ONE Kwekerij 40 ha (55ha) paprika WKK 3+3 MWe WKK 3+3 MWe 10 ha 10 ha Onbelicht Onbelicht WKK 3+4 MWe 10 ha 10 ha Onbelicht Belicht WKK 3+3 MWe Nieuw Nieuw Datacenter 10 ha 5 ha Geen WKK Geen WKK 1000meter SLIDE 10 SLIDE 10
  11. 11. PARTHENON ONE Amsterdam is one of the largest internet connectivity-concentration points in the world (AMS-IX) Site in Wieringermeer less than 45 km distance from Amsterdam AMS-IX An area of new economic activity hosting an ambitious greenhouse expansion project Three diversely routed optical networks to AMS-IX. Design contract with Royal Haskoning Permits by Royal Haskoning and Grontmij Supported by: Municipality mayor Province deputy Minister of agriculture Green-IT Amsterdam SLIDE 11 SLIDE 11
  12. 12. PARTHENON ONE SLIDE 12 SLIDE 12
  13. 13. PARTHENON ONE • 10,000 m2 net customer space with 4,200 racks • Total max site power: 60 MW • Average 5,000 Watt/m2 • Eight data floors / phases • 24x7 security & support • Tier 3+ design • 3 redundant optical networks to AMS-IX • State of the art SLAs • Carbon neutral operation by means of Symbiosis • EUE of better than 1.2 • European Code of Conduct compliant • Construction starts 1st quarter 2010 SLIDE 13 SLIDE 13
  14. 14. AVERAGE PUE - RESULTING EUE of 1.19 SLIDE 14 SLIDE 14
  15. 15. BENEFITS PARTHENON ONE Ultimate green implementation, “Green by design” Symbiosis, energy optimisation across ICT and greenhouse growing Near 100% data centre energy reuse Total of 12200 ton annual carbon savings Excellent power efficiency, EUE < 1.2, excluding Symbiosis Large power density Ready for high density blade servers Ready for virtualised servers Ample power supply by existing transformers Short time to market due to existing electrical infrastructure Unique electricity procurement Inherent low opex cost structure CHP (WKK) units as additional electrical power source 3 redundant optical networks to AMS-IX SLIDE 15 SLIDE 15
  16. 16. PARTHENON DATA CENTRES BV Initiative started in January 2008 Established as a company in October 2008 Investment by a real estate giant Management team Pieter Duijves Kevin Burton Advisory board Anwar Osseyran Marc van der Heijden Peter Oei Financial advise – Royal Bank of Scotland Legal advise – SBHR advocaten Design contract Parthenon One – Royal Haskoning SLIDE 16 SLIDE 16

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