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Simplifying Data Center Design/ Build

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When it comes to designing, building, and operating mission-critical data centers, simple is better. Data centers are faster and cheaper to build, and more reliable with lower total cost of ownership (TCO), when they start with a dramatically simplified design and build process that incorporates these elements: reference designs, pre-fabricated/modular architecture, partners that bring comprehensive capabilities into play, and coordinated planning around software, operations, and service. What you will learn: The top 5 weaknesses of today’s design/bid/build approach A simplified approach using reference designs and pre-fab products can preserve Day 1 capital and improve speed to market An integrated solution provider (Design, Build, Hardware and Operations) can optimize CapEx, OpEx and TCO.

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Simplifying Data Center Design/ Build

  1. 1. 1 Simplifying Data Center Design/Build A new approach to deliver speed, cost, and performance (availability, efficiency, scalability)
  2. 2. 2 Your ability to compete relies on the design, build, and operation of your data center Whether you are an Enterprise or in the data center business
  3. 3. 3 Trends
  4. 4. 4 The Internet of Everything is driving the need for large amounts of computing power, bandwidth and storage Source: Cisco IBSG, April 2011 Number of connections Number of meaningful interactions It would take you 5 years to view the video crossing IP networks each second
  5. 5. 5 IT Trends Social technologies Servers Cloud without UPS computing Energy consciousness Lower tiers Mobile devices Converged IT Prefabricated modular data centers New cooling techniques Relaxed operating standards Colocation Rising security concerns
  6. 6. 6 The move to Cloud Computing is reinforcing the need for speed, cost, and performance Promises made by cloud providers >lower costs >more modularity and portability >instant scalability and capacity >greater application flexibility and portability
  7. 7. 7 Room for improvement in performance, cost, and speed In today’s traditional Design/Bid/Build processes Top 5 Weaknesses 1. Long design time leading up to construction documents 2.Multiple design and/or equipment changes drive up cost and construction time 3.Multiple vendor management 4.Multiple markups driving higher overall cost 5.Coordination and integration challenges increasing both cost and construction time Lower Performance Higher Cost Slower Speed
  8. 8. 8 How Schneider Electric Can Work With You
  9. 9. 9 We provide the supply model you prefer Subsystems Complex Data Center systems that are key pieces of Data Center domains – IT Room, Facility Power, Facility Cooling, Security, DCIM Solutions Innovative combination of technology, products, and services providing an integrated, high value response to Data Center customer needs Components 100,000+ catalog of Data Center components and individual software modules
  10. 10. 10 We can work with you in many ways To solve your business challenges HHaarrddwwaarree & & S Sooffttwwaarree SSeerrvviciceess Turnkey Provider Trusted Advisor Facility Operator DCIM Integrator UPS Supplier Power Quality Software Supplier Building Operations Software Supplier Switchgear Supplier IT Rack Supplier IT Room Management Supplier Remote Monitoring Provider UPS Maintenance Provider Software Installer Arc-flash Assessor Project Manager Design Assistant Solutions
  11. 11. 1111 Schneider Electric Approach
  12. 12. 12 The Schneider Electric approach is to dramatically SIMPLIFY the process in order to improve performance, cost, and speed > Services for the life cycle > Broad offer > DCIM Software > Prefabrication – modular standardization > Tools and Reference designs
  13. 13. 1133 Services for the life cycle
  14. 14. 14 Schneider Electric as a Data Center service provider  Can support all projects > Small and large > New and retrofit  Offer complete range of life cycle services  On-site and off-site support > Depth and bench strength  Minimize risks, expenses, and timeframe  Toolsets with standardized record keeping > History > Data access > Entitlements  Processes are documented and mature  Clear escalation paths  Globally consistent standards, offer, coverage, and support  Simplified experience means a “one-stop-shop” for managing all physical infrastructure service needs  Service personnel are trained and certified  Considered to be industry and subject matter experts  Leverage experience to implement and improve best practices  Can attain “Trusted Advisor” status
  15. 15. 15 Holistic service… One company to assess, plan, design, manufacture/build and operate your data center....to improve performance, cost, and speed
  16. 16. 16 Schneider’s design/build capabilities NAM... Focused exclusively on data centers Perform site evaluations, assessments and capacity planning – IT Room, Power, Cooling, DCIM, Security, Safety Fully licensed engineering and construction Able to plan, design, estimate, construct and manage turn-key data center projects Fixed price, Owner’s agent, CM (contract manufacturer) – flexible delivery methods Competitive advantage: best in industry $$/kW and fastest delivery
  17. 17. 17 Schneider is now a Design/Build firm specializing in simplifying the delivery of data center solutions Relationship & Accountability Long-term partner for performance Global Supply Chain Single point of accountability Turn-key solution provider Competitive delivery $$/kW Improved Speed-to-Market
  18. 18. 18 Maintenance coverage includes simple maintenance to full operations and optimization services Managed Services Multi-Vendor Maintenance ONE Data Center Contract Maintenance Services On-Site Data Center Operations Scheduling, Resources on-site All vendor UPS, Cooling, ED, Security SE UPS, Cooling, ED, Security SE UPS & Cooling Highly Consultative Attached Operations
  19. 19. 19 Facility Operation…simple designs and improved controls reduce operational risk and complexity Emergency Preparation Maintenance Management Facility Optimization Reporting & Analysis Crisis Planning Crisis Management Incident Management Safety Program Vendor Management Maintenance Programs Energy Management Reliability Engineering Space Planning Regulatory Compliance Audit Compliance Capacity Planning
  20. 20. 20 With the largest team of experts Schneider Electric is here for you With over 7,000 service experts including >Technicians >Program managers >Support staff >Solution Architects And a dedicated service supply chain
  21. 21. 2211 Broad Offer
  22. 22. 22 Schneider Electric Data Center Solutions RACK to ROW to ROOM to BUILDING LV Panelboards & Switchboards Modular UPS Security and Environmental Busway Modular PDU Rack PDU Rack Systems Room/Rack/Row Cooling Cable Management Flexible Air Containment Row Modular UPS MV Switchgear LV Switchgear MV Transformers Cooling - VSD Resource Advisor Lighting Control Meters Data Center Operation Building Operation Power and Data Center Expert
  23. 23. 2233 DCIM Software
  24. 24. 24 Data Center Expert Resource Advisor Cooling Monitoring Expert Monitor and control data center cooling Power Monitoring Expert Advanced power monitoring and power quality analysis Data Center Operation Manage Data Center assets, operational and capital costs Advanced monitoring and automation Track and manage enterprise energy and carbon costs Comprehensive DCIM
  25. 25. 25 StruxureWare Expert software monitors and manages power, cooling and security Data Center Expert •PDU’s, RPP’s •RM PDU’s, Environmental •Busway, Security •Panelboards •UPS • Security Power Monitoring Expert •Switchgear MV & LV •Metered Breakers & Panelboards, PDU’s, RPP’s •Busway, Transformers, UPS •Generators and ATS
  26. 26. 26 We make it easy to manage all of your data center assets and operational costs Data Center Operation ● Improved electrical and operational efficiency ● View of overall energy asset utilization to better plan for growth and dynamic change
  27. 27. 2277 Prefabrication Modular Standardization
  28. 28. 28 Data Center components that Schneider Electric offers as prefabricated functional building blocks Cooling IT Power
  29. 29. 29 We have introduced a broad offer of prefabricated data center modules IT Room Modules Cooling Modules Power Modules > 90kW All-in-One > 110kW Single Module > 205kW Single Module > 240kW Dual Module > 250-1.2MW Hydronics Modules > 250kW – 1.2 MW Packaged Chillers > Ecobreeze Air Economizer > 250kW – 500 KW Enclosures > 1.2 MW Skid Mounted
  30. 30. 30 Prefabricated Data Centers Performance, cost, and speed advantages vs. traditional Data Centers Predictable Performance > The density, availability, and efficiency you expected > The cost you were promised > Project timing as you planned Faster Deployment > Less decisions necessary for planning and design > Up to 60% less time for deployment > Delivery in 12 weeks or less: PO to ship Flexibility and Scalability > Defer capital expenses and maximize cash flow > Adjust for changing requirements > Deploy in various configurations of density and availability
  31. 31. 31 StruxureWare DCIM Fully instrumented and programmed in each Building Block
  32. 32. 32 StruxureWare DCIM dashboard compatibility
  33. 33. 33 Modular scalable deployments improve the use of your capital Power & Cooling IT Pods Cooling Power Cooling IT
  34. 34. 3344 Tools and Reference Designs
  35. 35. 35 Our tools and designs are the best around Customer Access to White Papers, TradeOff Tools, and Education White Papers Education Library of Complete Data Center Reference Designs from 200 kW to 20MW Reference Designs
  36. 36. 36 Industry collaboration and “open source” is gaining momentum With the goal of standardizing components, architectures, and processes Open industry consortium to create a common set of metrics, and develop technical resources and educational tools Schneider Electric is a founding member and President of The Green Grid Challenge convention by custom designing servers and data centers from the ground up – and then share these technologies as they evolve Schneider Electric is the Project Chair for Data Center Design HP, AMD, VMWare, IBM, Seagate, Facebook, Microsoft, Intel, Schneider Electric and many more
  37. 37. 37 Data Center Reference Designs > Library of engineered reference designs > 1, 2, 3.3 and 20 MW deployment sizes > Uptime Tier II and III designs > Design Methodology and Explanation > System level technical specifications > Available load, PUE, Density, Layout > Complete schematics and BOMs
  38. 38. 38 Reference Design Options Semi-Prefabricated Data Center A Data Center comprised of building blocks and traditional “stick built” Fully Prefabricated Data Center A Data Center comprised completely of prefabricated IT, Power, and Cooling modules Could be outside or in a building/warehouse Traditional “Stick Built” Data Center
  39. 39. 39 Schneider Electric traditional “stick built” Reference Design #9 > Fully Engineered Design > 1 MW Tier III > 140 racks at 6.5 kW/rack > 2N 1200 kW UPS > 2N 1200 kW Chillers > 1000 kW Hydronics Modules – Calculated PUE = 1.40 – 10-12 Month Greenfield Delivery – Competitive cost http://designportal.apc.com/dcrd/resources/pdf/en/RD9DSR0.pdf
  40. 40. 40 Schneider Electric traditional “fully prefabricated” Reference Design #36 > Fully Engineered Design with prefabricated Power, Cooling and IT > 2 MW Tier III – 176 racks at 10 kW/rack – 2N 1200kW Power Skids – 2N 3X500 kW Chillers > 2X1000 kW Hydronics Modules – Calculated PUE = 1.39 – 12-16 Week Greenfield Delivery – Competitive cost http://designportal.apc.com/dcrd/resources/pdf/en/RD36DSR0.pdf
  41. 41. 41 Customer focused experts Worldwide teams of experts… >Planning and Design experts >Data Center Solution Architects >Project Managers >Strategic Partners >Solution Centers Leveraging teamwork to support you
  42. 42. 42 Schneider Electric has simplified design and build to improve speed, cost and performance (availability, efficiency, scalability) We are simplifying Design and Build process with prefabricated Data Centers We are streamlining Plan and Design phases with Reference Designs We employ a worldwide team of Design and Build experts

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