Mark Bilton-Smith – Presidentmark.b@rionetworks.com - 541-492-3030
Recent Growth in the NorthWest       Google - Dalles, OR -Three 68,680 sq. ft buildings (2006)       Facebook - Prineville...
Data Center opportunity                  What is the opportunity? The Tribe is seeking a Joint venture, Partnership, Whole...
1st Floor - 12,500 sq. ft. - Data Center                                         2nd Floor – 12,500 sq.ft. – Umpqua busine...
3 Phase Engineered Design               Design Guidelines per Phase:               Phase 1a (Complete)                    ...
Our facility – Roseburg OregonPhase 1A - 37 racks capable of up to 8kW per rack – Average 5kW per rack (Complete)
Phase 1A - Complete                          Estimated Phase 1A Power Utilization Efficiency (PUE) @ 180 kW Data Load     ...
Phase 1B - Complete                             Estimated Phase 1B Power Utilization Efficiency (PUE)@ 600 kW Data Load   ...
Phase 2 - Engineered                            Estimated Phase 2 Power Utilization Efficiency (PUE) @ 1,480 kW Data Load ...
Our facility – Roseburg OregonOpen floor plan provides multiple options for our build out
Umpqua Business Center  522 SW Washington – Rosebug Oregon      12,500 sq. ft. Business Incubator12,500 sq.ft. High densit...
Data Center  522 SW Washington – Rosebug Oregon      12,500 sq. ft. Business Incubator12,500 sq.ft. High density Colocatio...
Data Center  522 SW Washington – Rosebug Oregon      12,500 sq. ft. Business Incubator12,500 sq.ft. High density Colocatio...
Connectivity
Our facility – Roseburg Oregon    Energy efficient water cooled architecture    Free cooling will be leveraged for additio...
Our Advantage – Geography              Magnitude     5.0          5.1           5.2          5.3        5.4      5.5   100...
Our Tribal Advantage       Property owned by The Cow Creek Tribe, it is sovereign ground.       Sovereign Immunity – Legal...
Umpqua Business CenterMark Bilton-Smith – Presidentmark.b@rionetworks.com541-492-3030
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Cow Creek Data Center 2013

  1. 1. Mark Bilton-Smith – Presidentmark.b@rionetworks.com - 541-492-3030
  2. 2. Recent Growth in the NorthWest Google - Dalles, OR -Three 68,680 sq. ft buildings (2006) Facebook - Prineville, OR –147,000 sq. ft. First company-built data center (Jan 2010) Microsoft - Quincy, WA –A new data center being constructed next to the existing one (April, 2010) 470,000 sq. ft. $500 million (2007) Dell- Quincy, WA –250,000 sq. ft. (November 2010) Yahoo - Quincy, WA –140,000 sq. ft. (2007) Amazon - Port of Morrow, OR –35 acres of land for data center in the future (Nov 2010) Boardman, OR –116,000 sq. ft. 3 large buildings $100 million project (Nov 2008) Apple - Prineville, OR – Purchased 160 Acres, announced February of 2012 Bend Broadband – Bend, OR – 30,000 sq. ft. $16 million project, first phase complete 2011 Data Center West - Medford, OR – 2,000 sq. ft. EasyStreet - Beaverton, OR – Expaned 5000 sq. ft. Energy efficient facility, (2011) Fortune - Hillsboro, OR – 240,000 sq. ft. currently in phase 1 of build Infinity Internet – Portland, OR – New 10,793 sq. ft. Under Construction Opus:interactive – Portland, OR – 80,000 sq. ft. Open for Business Rio Networks – Roseburg, OR – 12,500 sq. ft. Facility, Opens October 2012
  3. 3. Data Center opportunity What is the opportunity? The Tribe is seeking a Joint venture, Partnership, Wholesale or Lessee 12,500 sq ft data center – See next slide (s) We have 37 racks ready for use, up to 170 racks at full build out Facility was originally planned to be a retail business Data center is built on Tribal land, there are many advantages The area have many geographic advantages Southern Oregon is an untapped Data Center Market Hot hands can be provided by skilled Cow Creek IT staff Fiber providers are built in
  4. 4. 1st Floor - 12,500 sq. ft. - Data Center 2nd Floor – 12,500 sq.ft. – Umpqua business center Our facility – Roseburg Oregon (Business Incubator)Offices / Electrical / Conference roomstaging area / Kitchen / Cross connect /Data Center & NOC - 12,500 SFData center - 5000 SFCurrent design “phase1A” supports 180kwto the floor and 37 racksEngineered Capacity of 1.7MW critical - upto 170 High Density RacksEnhanced security and surveillanceFire pre-detection and pre-actionDirect BPA power 3 MWDiverse fiber pathsNOC and monitoringLoading/Staging/Programming areaRedundant N+1 I. Generators II. Climate control III. Battery backup
  5. 5. 3 Phase Engineered Design Design Guidelines per Phase: Phase 1a (Complete) 500Kw Diesel generator(s) (N+1) 225kVA UPS (N+1) 51 tons (N+1) Cooling Data Center 180kW (IT Loads) Data Center 3 tons (N) Cooling Electrical Room 6 tons (N+1) Cooling Cross-Connect room 20kW (IT Loads) Cross-Connect Room Phase 1b 750kVA UPS (N+1) 171 tons (N+1) Cooling Data Center 600kW (IT Loads) Data Center 9 tons (N) Cooling Electrical Room 11 tons (N+1) Cooling Cross-Connect room 40kW (IT Loads) Cross-Connect Room Phase 2 500kVA UPS (N+1) Electrical room 1,100kVA UPS (N+1) UPS Room 540 tons (N+1) Cooling Data Center 1,480kW (IT Loads) Data Center 9 tons (N) Cooling Electrical Room 12 tons (N) Cooling UPS Room
  6. 6. Our facility – Roseburg OregonPhase 1A - 37 racks capable of up to 8kW per rack – Average 5kW per rack (Complete)
  7. 7. Phase 1A - Complete Estimated Phase 1A Power Utilization Efficiency (PUE) @ 180 kW Data Load Required Available Site Estimated Site Cooling Cooling % of Full Power Power Yearly Run Time Total Yearly Average PowerEquipment Capacity Capacity Cooling Consumption Consumption Estimate Consumption Draw Estimated Location Component (Tons) (Tons) Capacity (kW/Ton) (kW) (Hrs) (kW) (kW) PUE Plant Airstack Chillers 51 60 86% 0.90 46.1 6167 284493 Krack Dry Cooler 51 200 26% 0.125 6.4 2593 16669 Drycooler Pump 51 NA NA 0.02 1.0 2593 2667 Primary Chilled Water Pumps 51 NA NA 0.04 2.1 8760 18021 49 1.27 Secondary Chilled Water Pumps 51 NA NA 0.09 4.6 8760 40546Data Floor Rittal LCP Modules 51 51 100% 0.14 7.2 8760 63072
  8. 8. Phase 1B - Complete Estimated Phase 1B Power Utilization Efficiency (PUE)@ 600 kW Data Load Required Available Site Estimated Site Cooling Cooling % of Full Power Power Yearly Run Time Total Yearly Average Power Equipment Capacity Capacity Cooling Consumption Consumption Estimate Consumption Draw Estimated Location Component (Tons) (Tons) Capacity (kW/Ton) (kW) (Hrs) (kW) (kW) PUEPlant Airstack Chillers 171 180 95% 1.02 174.8 6167 1078164 Krack Dry Cooler 171 200 86% 0.125 21.4 2593 55555 Drycooler Pump 171 NA NA 0.02 3.4 2593 8889 Primary Chilled Water Pumps 171 NA NA 0.04 6.9 8760 60059 177 1.29 Secondary Chilled Water Pumps 171 NA NA 0.09 15.4 8760 135132Data Floor Rittal LCP Modules 171 171 100% 0.14 23.996 8760 210205
  9. 9. Phase 2 - Engineered Estimated Phase 2 Power Utilization Efficiency (PUE) @ 1,480 kW Data Load Required Available Site Estimated Site Cooling Cooling % of Full Power Power Yearly Run Time Total Yearly Average Power Capacity Capacity Cooling Consumption Consumption Estimate Consumption Draw EstimatedEquipment Location Component (Tons) (Tons) Capacity (kW/Ton) (kW) (Hrs) (kW) (kW) PUE Plant Airstack Chillers 423 180 78% 0.81 341.6 2076 709112 Evapco Fluid Cooler (Dry Cool) 423 520 81% 0.109 46.1 1051 48429 Evapco Fluid Cooler (Evaporative Cool) 423 NA NA 0.009 3.8 5633 21432 Drycooler Pump 423 NA NA 0.02 8.5 6684 56512 210 1.14 Primary Chilled Water Pumps 423 NA NA 0.04 16.9 8760 148129 Secondary Chilled Water Pumps 423 NA NA 0.09 38.0 8760 333290 Data Floor Rittal LCP Modules 423 423 100% 0.14 59.184 8760 518452
  10. 10. Our facility – Roseburg OregonOpen floor plan provides multiple options for our build out
  11. 11. Umpqua Business Center 522 SW Washington – Rosebug Oregon 12,500 sq. ft. Business Incubator12,500 sq.ft. High density Colocation facility
  12. 12. Data Center 522 SW Washington – Rosebug Oregon 12,500 sq. ft. Business Incubator12,500 sq.ft. High density Colocation facility
  13. 13. Data Center 522 SW Washington – Rosebug Oregon 12,500 sq. ft. Business Incubator12,500 sq.ft. High density Colocation facility
  14. 14. Connectivity
  15. 15. Our facility – Roseburg Oregon Energy efficient water cooled architecture Free cooling will be leveraged for additional efficiency Chilled water cooling at 62 degrees Direct enclosure cooling for high-load applications 170 High Density enclosures ( Up to 20kW)To understand the benefits of this solution see this youtube link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsFRt5cgzwk&feature=related Enclosure width 24” - 600.0 mm Enclosure height 87” - 2,200.0 mm Enclosure depth 42” -1,050.0 mm
  16. 16. Our Advantage – Geography Magnitude 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 100.00% 90.00% Earthquake Probability 80.00% Next 50 Years 70.00% 60.00% 50.00% 40.00% 30.00% 20.00% 10.00% 0.00% Roseburg Portland San Francisco Sacramento Los Angeles Seattle
  17. 17. Our Tribal Advantage Property owned by The Cow Creek Tribe, it is sovereign ground. Sovereign Immunity – Legal protection Lack of regulatory barriers Absence of sales and ad valorem taxes Frequent availability of New Market Tax Credits Sales tax exemptions for equipment purchased outside the reservation but used there Exemptions from local, county, and state zoning and land use controls Expanded financing opportunities for operations on Indian land Foreign trade “Off Shore” in the USA In many cases we have a defined preference on government contracts Special financing incentives Tax exceptions Availability of HubZone, "Empowerment Zone," and foreign trade zone designations Sales tax exemptions for equipment purchased outside the reservation but used there Roseburg Oregon is designated as a Rural underserved community 26.102, which provides a five-percent incentive from the U.S. Department of Defense for contracting with an Indian-owned business.The majority of this content can be validated here http://www.bia.gov/WhoWeAre/AS-IA/IEED/DED/CO/index.htm
  18. 18. Umpqua Business CenterMark Bilton-Smith – Presidentmark.b@rionetworks.com541-492-3030

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