Power & Cooling
Datacenter.com uses N+1 and 2N redundant systems, based on the latest technologies to deliver industry-leading reliability. We assure our customers of an instantaneous and continuous power supply in any event of outage from local power grids. The effective cooling system maintains an optimum environment for your servers and mission critical systems to work efficiently.
Main incoming power supply to our data centers comes from dual (or triple) power feeds that are channeled to IT infrastructure and M&E assets. This highly resilient and reliable 2N power design builds in redundancies to ensure the uninterrupted operations of our customers’ mission critical facilities. We assure our customers of an instantaneous and continuous power supply in any event of outage from local power grids. The system is concurrently maintainable, highly efficient, and features an environmentally friendly design. Our infrastructure design is nevertheless customisable to accommodate the unique requirements of customers.
Datacenter.com has robust cooling infrastructure and associated software to monitor and control elements such as temperature and humidity of our data centers. The effective cooling system maintains an optimum environment for your servers and mission critical systems to work efficiently.
Datacenter.com supports energy-efficient practices for power and cooling to introduce new cooling technologies, including air-side optimization, water optimization and hot/cold aisle containment:
- Air-side optimization
In geographies with suitable temperature and humidity conditions, Datacenter.com uses air-side economizers to pull colder outside air into to facility for cooling purposes (we cool with the outside air the inside air), rather than using reciculated mechanically-cooled air from inside the data center.
- Water optimization
We use the evaporative cooling capacity of a cooling tower to produce chilled water during colder months, rather than utilizing chillers. This solution uses less energy than refrigeration.
- Hot/cold aisle containment
Datacenter.com deploys cabinet lineups in hot- and cold-aisle configurations so that hot exhaust air and cold intake air remain isolated from one another.