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  1. 1. Rittal Data Centre SolutionsMonitor– Manage – Control Rittal Data Centre Containers ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 1
  2. 2. Rittal Overview• Rittal is a diverse German manufacturing organisation founded in 1961• It is a privately held organisation with a turnover in excess of 2bn Euro• We currently employ in excess of 11,000 people in over 60 subsidiaries around the World• Manufacturing locations include Germany, UK, USA, China and India• As well as IT solutions, Rittal also manufactures: – Modular enclosures – Climate control solutions – Industrial power infrastructure – Outdoor communications enclosures• Rittal has been in the ANZ market since 1993 ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 2
  3. 3. Rittal In IT• Rittal has OEM rack deals with HP, Dell, IBM, Cisco, Hitachi Data System, NEC and Network Appliance.• OEM cooling contracts with HP, Oracle and Cisco• In 2010 Rittal integrated Lampertz into the IT division in order to strengthen resources, products and competence in delivering turnkey data centres• The company has experience in delivering more than 3,500 turnkey data centres globally• On average Rittal delivers150 turnkey data centres per year ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 3
  4. 4. Key Data Centre Issues• Financial – Energy prices continue to rise at an accelerated pace – The cost of powering the DC is now outstripping the budget for new IT hardware• Speed – There is a need to ramp up and down infrastructure to deliver processing power as dictated by the user• Reliability – Average age of DC is 14 years old – IT infrastructure is critical to business operation in most organisations and many current DC are either under or over engineered• Efficiency – Increased efficiency reduces costs and ensures maximum lifetime of components – Social and corporate governance are driving the need to minimise an organisations carbon footprint ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 4
  5. 5. Shifting Expectations In The DC• Traditional perception is that a DC is a multi-year, site constructed, low density environment• There is a transition in expectation to where customers expect modular, flexible, scalable and perhaps most importantly rapidly deployable expansions• Modular, pre-engineered and pre-fabricated building blocks are being deployed to meet the requirements of the new generation of Data Centres ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 5
  6. 6. Containerised Data Centre Market• Data Centres in a container are nothing new – Early solutions were driven by hardware vendors and were powered and cooled by conventional methods » Clients showed interest in these solutions but really didn’t grasp how they would fit with existing infrastructure or benefit new applications – Second generation solutions are characterised by their use of air side economisers which are supplemented by DX or other cooling systems » Clients have now moved from the information gathering to determining suitability based on a higer level of education• The market is breaking down into two main offerings – ‘All In One’ self contained pods – Infrastructure Containers » Data Halls » Power » Cooling » Other ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 6
  7. 7. Application Environments• Remote Locations – Where critical skills may be in short supply – When space may be constrained – Where traditional build-out may be difficult – Examples include remote offices or manufacturing and the mining / resource market• Temporary DC – When disaster strikes – fire, flood, earthquake – To address short term increase in demand – For DR sites• Mobile Data Centre – Defence – TV / Movie production• Cloud – HPC applications – Point of use locations – Low cost operating environments ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 7
  8. 8. Financial Benefits Of A Containerised Approach• Capital Costs – Higher density deployments require less space – Just in time construction reduces oversizing – Off site fabrication negates potential labour price issues• Energy Costs – Containerised solutions capable of using the latest technologies to reduce energy consumption eg air side economizers• Capital Efficiency – The pay as you grow approach enables easier start up for new projects as businesses can be supported with less capital commitment• Risk Reduction – Pre-engineered and tested environments reduce the time spent performing integration activities and gets the facility operational quicker• Investment Protection – The asset can move with the organisation as and when required – no longer is the investment lost when a move is required ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 8
  9. 9. RDCC ConceptMobile, energy efficient, plug & play Data Center Rittal Data Center Container ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 9
  10. 10. Facts & Features• XL Dimensions – it’s not a shipping container – Lengths of between 6mtr and 12mtr – Widths of up to 3.6mtr – Height of 3.25mtr – Containers can be joined together• The interior panels of the container provide a standard F30 fire protection (F90 optional) from the inside out for the wall and ceiling elements• Burglary protection in accordance to resistance class II, or optional resistance class III, offered by the security door of the Rittal Data Centre Container.• Cable ducts for the entry of data and energy cables into the inner container, the packing room offers the dimension of 120 x 120 mm. ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 10
  11. 11. Facts & Features• Heavy weight raised floor that acts as an air plenum and supports the routing of data and power cables. Overall height is 300 mm.• 19“ Racks available in 42U or 47U with widths of 600mm or 800mm and depths of 1000mm or 1200mm• Cold aisle containment and / or hot aisle containment to ensure maximum efficiency by firmly segmenting cold and hot aisles• Modular, high efficiency UPS technology scalable from 10kW through to 200kW in a sinlge rack• Power distribution via intelligent power rails with ability to monitor all the way down to a socket level ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 11
  12. 12. Facts & Figures• Fire detection and suppression through the compact Rittal DET-AC XL. Use of Novec 1230 which is environmentally friendly and harmelss to humans• Monitoring by using the Rittal CMC III and RiZone management software. Supervision of performance, temperatures, humidity, power, access and 3rd party SNMP devices• Comprehensive care by the Rittal Global Service, represented worldwide by many service-hubs• Complete project management of your Data Centre Container from concept to realisation• High efficiency cooling of up to 60kW per rack• ............ and more ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 12
  13. 13. Facts & Figures • Direct Free Cooling with supplementary DX back up • Unit size up to 10kW • Fully self contained system with no external parts • Multiple units can be placed along the length and / or width of the container • The simplest and easiest way in the data centre to: – Reduce PUE – Increase efficiency – Minimise carbon footprint ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 13
  14. 14. Direct Free Cooling Operation ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 14
  15. 15. ASHRAE Operating Envelope & Opportunity For Free Cooling Corrosion Allowable Airflow Envelope Cost Operating Reliability Envelope Noise Power Performance ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 15
  16. 16. ASHRAE Recommended Envelopes• The increase in the recommended temperature and humidity envelope in 2008 was done to increase the opportunity to use compressor-less cooling solutions 2004 2008Low End Temperature 20 deg C 18 deg CHigh End Temperature 25 deg C 27 deg CLow End Moisture 40% RH 5.5 deg C DPHigh End Moisture 55% RH 60% RH & 15 deg C ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 16
  17. 17. ASHRAE Recommended Envelope 2011 • In 2011 ASHRAE issued their latest Thermal Guidelines for Data Processing Environments Operational New Guidance ClassNaming New Classes ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 17
  18. 18. ASHRAE Recommended Envelope 2011• ASHRAE have been keen to point out that the ‘Recommended’ envelope is one which provides the best reliability with minimum power consumption and best performance• The drive for an increased use of air side economizers for as many hours per year means that the server inlet temperature may sometimes fall outside of the recommended levels• The expansion of the ‘Allowable’ envelopes for Class A3 & A4 therefore gives further opportunity for a reduction in the number of hours that compressors are run each year• Initial research conducted by ASHRAE indicates that there is little or no difference in operational reliability for IT equipment when sited in a data centre that utilises air side economizers ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 18
  19. 19. The Opportunity For Direct Free Cooling In AustraliaWith Peak Supply Temperature of 24 deg C and 65% RH• Melbourne 97.57% per annum• Adelaide 98.32% per annum• Perth 93.14 %• Sydney 83.33%• Brisbane 62.65%• Cairns 24.38% ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 19
  20. 20. Example Installation – Orion Energy• Main electricity provider in Christchurch, NZ• Requirement to restore DC as quickly as possible following 2011 earthquake• Solution comprised container with dimensions of (L x W x H) 10500 x 3000 x 3250mm, 19’’ TS8 42 U racks with power distribution (PSM), 4 x10 kW Direct Free Cooling + preparation for 5th device, fire detection and extinguishing system (Novec 1230, DET-AC XL), monitoring via GSM (CMC), UPS 30 kW redundant (15 min.) ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 20
  21. 21. The Rittal Road Show DC Container ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 21
  22. 22. The Rittal Road Show DC Container• 6.0mtr x 3.0mtr container with 5 off cable entry ducts, keypad security access and 300mm raised floor• 3 off 10kW Direct Free Cooling Units with DX supplementary cooling arranged in an N+1 configuration• Switchboard built by Sage Automation with ATS and power monitoring• Modular UPS in 20kW N+1 configuration• Intelligent power rail rails with redundant circuit and plug in modules• 5 off 47U x1000mm deep racks (4 x 600w and 1 x 800w)• Cold Aisle Containment system• Early fire detection and suppression system with Novec1230 gas from Kidde• Environmental monitoring of temperature and humidity in cold aisle, temperature in hot aisle, leakage detection and monitoring of UPS, Direct Free Cooling and UPS ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 22
  23. 23. Summary• Containerised Data Centre Solutions from Rittal provide: – Quality turn key solutions delivered in a fraction of the time compared to traditional builds – Modular and scalable solutions that enable you to invest in today with the assurance you can grow seamlessly in the future – Reduced OPEX by ensuring the component parts operate in their ‘sweet spot’ thanks to Right Sizing – Future proofing of investment by ensuring infrastructure assets can be easily redeployed – Reduced carbon footprint through the adoption of high efficiency technologies such as direct free cooling ENCLOSURES POWER DISTRIBUTION CLIMATE CONTROL IT INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE & SERVICES 23

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