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  • 1. Extreme Makeovers for Data Centers
    IT industry trends, challenges and data center power and cooling design considerations
  • 2. Technology Changes - Challenges
    • Globalization - Remote offices - 24X7
    • 3. Email - The mission critical application
    • 4. Adoption of Virtualization
    • 5. High Density - 1U Servers, Blade Servers, SAN
    • 6. Eliminating Single Points of Failure
    • 7. Facilities and CIO roles in Data Centers
    • 8. Cooling and Power Challenges
  • NCPI investment
    Electricity: 27%
    Service: 13%
    Racks: 3%
    Space: 17%
    Engineering &
    Installation: 19%
    Cooling Equipment: 6%
    Power Equipment: 17%
    Typical 10 yr lifecycle TCO from $80K to $140K per rack
    Source: APC White Paper #6
  • 9. APC Modular & Scalable Design
    Power View
    Easy to read and navigate through menus and functions
    Redundant Intelligence Module
    Acts as back-up for the Main Intelligence Module
    Power Module
    Provides the flexibility to scale power capacity and adds N+1 capability
    Battery Module
    Hot swappable for easy replacement by trained user
    Built-in Static Bypass Switch
    Enables the UPS to transfer the load to utility power, without interruption, in case of heavy overload or faulty conditions
  • 10. Closed Coupled InRow Cooling Solutions
    • Half AND Full Rack Foot Print
    • 11. Air Cooled DX, Water/Glycol Cooled, DX Chilled Water
    Modular design increases agility by providing scalable solutions to add cooling as demand increases.
    Improved Energy Efficiency and Rightsizing reduces total cost of ownership.
    Placing the unit in the row of racks moves the source of cooling closer to the heat load and minimizes air mixing thus improves availability.
  • 12. On-Demand” Power Distribution
    Power Cables & Breakers
    Circuit Breaker Panels
    Wrap Around System Bypass
    Configure-to-order (CTO) process allows for factory installation of pre-tested breakers, cut-to-length power cables, load test ports, and monitoring boards
    Rack Form
  • 13. Vertical & Tool less Mount
    Zero U mounting
    Snap into a NetShelter VX rear channel
    PDU’s Basic, Metered, Switched
    Input Selector
    Press to invert display
    Press to monitor the next phase
    Load Indicator LED
    Identifies overload and warning conditions
    Current Monitor
    Displays current draw for the phase indicated
    Single input
    One branch whip connection
    Multi-branch input provides 5.7kW of AC power
    Network Connection
    Access, configure, and manage via Web, SNMP, Telnet, or InfraStruXure Manager
    Serial Port
    Provides local access to the control console
    Reset Button
    Resets Rack PDU without affecting outlet state
    Multiple Outlets
    Connect multiple pieces of equipment
    Provides 120V/208V on one strip
  • 14. NetBotz 300 Product Beneits
    Event-driven video storage
    Video storage prompted by motion or alert
    Customized escalation policies Alerts are managed according to your escalation policies and received in multiple formats.
    Environmental Monitoring
    Prevent equipment failure from a full range of threatening environmental conditions
    Detect and record motion alerts allowing a visual record to be paired with an access or environmental alert, speeding root cause analysis.
    Integrates with InfraStruXure Central
    An IT-ready, scalable monitoring system that collects, organizes, and distributes critical alerts, surveillance video and key information, providing a unified view of complex physical infrastructure environments from anywhere on the network
    Enterprise management system compatible
    Manage your APC devices from a single system by forwarding SNMP traps (events) to your preferred enterprise management system.
    Sensors Include: temperature, humidity, motion, water, smoke, vibrations, air flow, sound.
  • 15. Multiple UPS systems, not monitored or tested creating single point of failures and short run time.
  • 16. Increased runtime, eliminated single point of failure. N+1 redundancy. All racks have dual PDU’s. Improved airflow. 24X& monitoring of systems.
  • 17.  
    GEA Group
    Defective traditional UPS not repairable by original vendor running on utility power providing no protection to servers from power outages.
  • 18. 48 Hours Later
    GEA Group
    Syscom installed an APC Symmetra PX 30KW UPS Scalable to 40kW N+1, 208V with service bypass panel and remote monitoring
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  • 20. Siemens Princeton NJ Before
  • 21. Siemens Princeton After
  • 22. Before
  • 23. After
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  • 26. Before Liberty One
    Before moving their corporate office Duane Morris purchased a HP Blade server with a 208 Volt Power supply and they did not have a compatible ups. They had many 120 Volt non redundant ups systems,
  • 27. After United Plaza
    Syscom Technologies: Design and Implementation APC Precision Air and 80KVA InfraStruXure, Enterprise KVM, FM200 Fire Suppression, Surveillance, Environmental and Remote Monitoring. Initially provided a single phase ups at Liberty One and single phase power supply for a HP Blade Server saving Duane Morris over $30K. Syscom assisted with design, implementation, procurement, the move, racks, PDU, and disposal of the older equipment. (1600 SQ FT, 40 Racks) Nationwide, providing power, monitoring and KVM solutions.
  • 28. Gloucester County Institute of Technology - Before
  • 29. Gloucester County Institute of Technology - After
    Syscom Technologies designed and provided a modular, scalable, hot pluggable and redundant APC InfrastruXure 40KW N+1 UPS scalable to 80KW N+1. InRow Cooling, hot aisle containment system (HACS), security monitoring, structured cabling, 24X7 Remote monitoring, and IP KVM. Estimated power savings of $27,552 per year.
  • 30. GCIT: Each APC InRow air unit has its own condenser on the roof for total redundancy.
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  • 34. Making a Difference with APC Extreme Makeovers for Data Centers
    Syscom Technologies provides the power and cooling expertise to insure successful data center projects. Renovations and New Centers.Syscom provides turnkey power and cooling solutions to meet the needs of today’s ever changing data center. We eliminate single points of failure and provide Green Solutions to protect the environment and deliver significant financial savings.
    Syscom performs the needs analysis from an IT perspective, prepares the solution, coordinates delivery, installation, onsite support and training.
  • 35. Why Syscom Technologies?
    • Turnkey power and cooling solutions and implementation specialists
    • 36. Data Centers, Computer Rooms and IDF Closets
    • 37. First APC Certified Elite IT Partner Phila Region May 9, 2005
    • 38. Specializing in Emergency Rescue Services 24x7 Same Day Delivery
    • 39. Nationwide professional services 24x7
    • 40. Client advocates - making a difference
    • 41. VAR 500 2001-2008 Member
    • 42. Union and non-union electrical and mechanical installers
    • 43. Single source accountability
    • 44. Engineering support, project administration – management
    • 45. Remote monitoring 24x7
    • 46. Rental equipment and asset disposal
  • 47. Questions?
    Rick Tashman 610.941.7200