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2003 APC corporation.

Improving Power Efficiency in
Tomorrow's Data Centre



Kevin Hughes
,
APC Senior Systems Engineer


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2003 APC corporation.

Agenda


Who APC is and the value we bring to you


The Industry’s Dilemma


Brief Summary of Products Available


Gaining Visibility


Summary


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2003 APC corporation.

1984

1986

1992

1995

1996

ISX Introduction: World’s first
integrated NCPI system

Symmetra MW:
World’s largest
static
UPS system

Introduced
Symmetra
TM
Power Array
R

World’s
First
Network
UPS

1997

1998

2000

2001

2002

World’s #1
Provider
Network
UPS
Systems

World’s First
Web
-
Manageable
UPS

APC’s Progress

3
-
Phase
Acquisition

Sil LOGO

Network
Cooling:
Acquisition

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The Schneider Acquisition

Overall Grades in Rank Order


21

Sony

86.9

21

Sun Microsystems, Inc.

86.9

24

EMC Corporation

86.5

24

IBM

86.5

26

Novell

86.4

26

RIM

86.4

26

Sharp

86.4*

29

Lexmark International

86.3

29

Ricoh

86.3

29

SAP

86.3

32

SAS

86.1

33

NEC Corporation

86.0

34

Toshiba

85.9

35

Infosys

85.6*

36

Hitachi, Ltd.

85.5

37

Lucent Technologies

85.4

37

Nortel

85.4

39

Avaya, Inc.

85.2

40

Gateway, Inc.

85.1

40

Oracle Corporation

85.1

42

SunGard Data Systems

85.0

1

APC

90.0

2

Cisco Systems, Inc.

89.9

3

AMD

89.6

4

Intel

89.3

5

Adobe

89.2

6

Apple Computer, Inc.

88.9

6

VeriSign

88.9

8

Polycom, Inc.

88.5

9

Symantec Corporation

88.0

10

Broadcom Corporation

87.9*

10

Dell, Inc.

87.9

10

Hewlett
-
Packard Company

87.9

13

Lenovo

87.7

14

Juniper Networks

87.4

15

Microsoft Corporation

87.3

15

Trend Micro

87.3

15

Xerox

87.3

18

Fujistu Computer Corporation

87.2

19

Canon

87.0

19

Samsung

87.0

21

3Com

86.9

43

BMC

84.7*

43

Cognos

84.7

45

Wipro

84.5*

46

Hyperion Solutions

84.4

47

Verizon

84.3

48

AT&T

84.1

49

Sprint/Nextel

84.0

50

Sybase

83.9*

51

Computer Science Corp.

83.8*

52

EDS Corporation

83.7

53

BearingPoint

82.2*

53

CA

82.2

55

Satyam

82.1*

56

Unisys Corporation

81.1*

57

Accenture

80.9

58

Capgemini

79.8*


Note: Vendor received fewer than 60 responses as a total base.

Percentage Willing to Recommend

1

Cisco Systems, Inc.

88.1%

2

APC

85.3%

3

Juniper Networks

79.4%

4

Adobe

79.0%

5

Hewlett
-
Packard Company

78.4%

6

Apple Computer, Inc.

78.0%

7

Dell, Inc.

76.4%

8

Microsoft Corporation

76.1%

9

Symantec Corporation

75.9%

10

RIM

73.1%

11

Verisign

71.0%

12

AMD

70.8%

13

Broadcom Corporation

70.6%*

14

EMC Corporation

69.8%

15

Lenovo

69.6%

16

IBM

68.9%

16

Trend Micro

68.9%

18

3Com

68.6%

19

Sun Microsystems, Inc.

68.2%

20

Sony

66.3%

21

Polycom, Inc.

65.7%

22

Canon

65.3%

23

SAP

65.2%

24

Avaya, Inc.

62.7%

25

Oracle Corporation

62.5%

26

Intel Corporation

62.4%

27

Infosys

61.9%*

27

Xerox

61.9%

29

SAS

60.3%

30

SunGard Data Systems

58.6%

31

Hitachi, Ltd.

58.5%

32

Nortel

57.0%

33

Samsung

55.9%

34

Verizon

55.2%

35

Accenture

55.0%

36

Toshiba

53.8%

37

BearingPoint, Inc.

52.4%*

38

Fujitsu Computer Corp.

52.1%

39

Cognos

51.3%

40

AT&T

50.0%

40

BMC

50.0%*

40

EDS Corporation

50.0%

40

Sharp

50.0%*

44

NEC

49.5%

45

Gateway, Inc.

49.0%

46

Lexmark International, Inc.

48.6%

47

Sprint/Nextel

48.2%

48

Novell

47.9%

49

Computer Science Corp.

47.1%*

50

Hyperion Solutions

45.5%

51

Ricoh

44.2%

52

Sybase

40.5%*

53

Wipro

37.5%*

54

CA

37.0%

55

Lucent Technologies, Inc.

36.8%

56

Unisys Corporation

33.3%*

57

Capgemini

22.2%*

58

Satyam

14.3%*


Note: Vendor received fewer than 60 responses as a total base.

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2003 APC corporation.

The Schneider Acquisition

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The Schneider Acquisition

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2003 APC corporation.

Network
-
Critical Physical Infrastructure (NCPI)

Racks

and

Physical Structure

NCPI

NCPI is the foundation upon which

IT and telecommunication networks

reside

Cabling

Power

Cooling

Fire

Security

and

Racks

and

Physical Structure

Services

Management


Power


Cooling


Racks & physical structure


Cabling


Physical security & fire suppression


Management


Services

®

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2003 APC corporation.

What will Technology
look like in 10

years ?

What will business
look like in 10

years ?

Will the Data Centre endure
the next 10 + years !

Industry Dilemma

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Why are today’s DC inefficient ?


Data centre designs lagging behind IT: over 30 year
of mismatch leading to oversizing and wastage.


Lack of scalability and adaptability


Rapidly increasing power densities


IT and facilities not closely aligned


IT vendors disregarding the impact of new
technology on facilities


Design process focused on CAPEX not TCO


Businesses slow to respond to changing dynamics


Poor cable management



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2003 APC corporation.

What is the industry saying ?

“Power
-
related problems this year will cause 4 of the
20 major failures typically experienced by members
annually, up from 2 of 20 last year. "We are headed
into a territory where there is no precedent“,

Kenneth Brill, Uptime Institute

Executive Director.


“Downtime cost the average Fortune 500 companies
$50,000 USD per minute”,

Wall Street Journal


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Who is the expert in DC?


R&D


$400 Million (US) in 5 year bringing
innovation in DC efficiency


Maturity & continuous improvement:


4
th

generation of scalable rackmounted power


3
rd

generation InRow cooling


4
th

of DC Management

… and the next generations keeps coming


Working with AFCOM, Uptime Institute, Gartner,
IDC, member of green grid …


5000+ customers WW adopted APC DC designs

APC proactively acquired expertise in DC
infrastructure for the last 5 years!


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These AVAILABILITY, AGILITY, and TCO improvements are made
possible by integrating rack, power, and cooling into a
standardized, modular data center system

Reduced


ENERGY

Cost

Reduced

Non
-
Energy


OPERATING

Cost

Reduced


CAPITAL

Cost

InfraStruXure
Value
Proposition

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2003 APC corporation.

APC 3
-
phase (415V) Product Portfolio

Industrial not covered

10, 15, 20, 30, 40kVA

60, 80, 120, 160, 240, 320, 480kVA

10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80kVA

400, 600, 800, 1000, 1200, 1400, 1600kVA

Symmetra

PX

SmartUPS


VT

Silcon

Symmetra

MW

30
-
40kVA Available in a Rack Version

Value Line Data center solution

Q22007

16…………………………………..160kVA

100 ……………………………….500kVA

Q12008

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Smart
-
UPS VT

Product Design Benefits

Battery Module

Scalable for more runtime and
is hot swappable for easy
replacement by trained user

Narrow Cabinet

For up to 15 (20) kVA
configurations

Smart
-
UPS VT

Power Module

In a wide cabinet for up to 30
(40) kVA configurations. A
unique slide in/out concept
makes it easy to replace the
entire module

Maintenance Bypass
Switch

Ensures easy maintenance
saving the cost of an external
panel without risking downtime

Casters

Allow the UPS easily to be rolled into place
or moved

Double Conversion
On
-
Line Topology

Provides zero transfer time
and tight voltage/frequency
regulation

UPS Network
Management Card
with Environmental
Monitoring

provides
management

of the
UPS by connecting directly to
the network via web browser

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Symmetra PX
40

Product Design Benefits

Power View

Easy to read and navigate through
menus and functions for the entire
redundant UPS and battery solution
through a single system display

Power Module

Provides the flexibility to
scale power capacity and
adds N+1 capability

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

Redundant
Intelligence Module

Acts as back
-
up for the
Main Intelligence Module


Battery Module

Connected in parallel for
increased availability and hot
swappable for easy
replacement by a trained user

Fully Rated Inverter

In the power modules improve Return
on Investment by providing more real
power, as output power equals input
power (kW = kVA)

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Symmetra PX

80

Product Design Benefits

Premium Line
-
Up and Match
External Battery Enclosure

A total of four (4) enclosures can be
connected to the UPS for extended
runtimes

Dual Mains Input/Output

Allows for connection to 2 seperate
power inputs for increased
avilability

Battery Module

Connected in parallel for
increased availability and hot
swappable for easy
replacement by a 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

Redundant
Intelligence Module

Back
-
up
for the Main
Intelligence Module

provides
increased availability

Power Module

Provides the flexibility to scale
power capacity and adds N+1
capability as well as includes
a fully rated inverter for
providing more real power

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InfraStruXure
®


Power Distribution Units (PDU)

Configured to order, pre
-
engineered for Information Technology (IT)
equipment in small to large data centers


Minimize TCO with Simplified Installation

The Configure
-
to
-
order (CTO) process
allows for the pre
-
installation of pre
-
tested breakers, cut
-
to
-
size power
whips, load
-
test ports, and branch
circuit monitoring boards.
InfraStruXure PDU is factory built to
desired specifications for speed of
deployment, high reliability, and cost
savings.

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Requirement: Scalable and Adaptable Architecture

Gaining Visibility

The Most important step to Datacentre Management

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Challenges


Management of Remote Sites



More distributed locations, continued deployment
of assets


Expensive equipment in distributed locations


Deployment into sub
-
optimal environments


30% of mission critical infrastructure in environment not
prepared for technology, and/or do not have optimal IT
supervision!




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Physical Threats vs Digital Threats

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Applications


Data Center


Monitor ‘micro
-
environment’ inside

of rack


Sensor Pods make it
cost
-
effective to
monitor every rack


Increase network
availability


Justify investments


Remote Offices,
Plants, Warehouses


Unattended


need

remote sensors


Application availability


Protect IT equipment


Justify investments


Campus Network


Increase bandwidth

of IT staff


IT rooms & closets
spread across campus


Application availability


Protect IT equipment

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Sensors for Distributed Physical Threats

Temp/Humidity Sensors

Track key environmental factors
to prevent downtime

Fluid/Leak Detection

Quick response to water or coolant leaks

Dry Contact Sensor Support

Customize your monitoring with 3
rd

party
contact sensors for glass
-
break,
vibration, gases, and many more

Sensor Pods

Flexible deployment of sensors in
data center or remote sites

Camera Pods

Capture rich
-
image video and
utilize specialized CCTV cameras

Pod Extenders

Extend pods up to 500 meters from
appliance for deployment flexibility

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Sample Sensor Layout


Three temperature sensors per rack
at top
/
middle
/
bottom of rack front
Digital video cameras
strategically placed to
monitor critical areas
Door
-
open sensor
for each rack
Supplemental smoke
detector in each rack
Rack
Rack
Rack
Rack
Rack
Rack
Rack
Rack
Rack
Rack
Rack
Rack
PDU
UPS
UPS
Batt
.
PDU
PDU
UPS
UPS
Batt
.
PDU
PDU
CRAC
CRAC
CRAC
CRAC
CDU
Cooling
Distribution
Unit
3
Temp
3
Temp
3
Temp
3
Temp
3
Temp
3
Temp
3
Temp
3
Temp
3
Temp
1
Humidity
3
Temp
COLD
AISLE
COLD
AISLE
HOT
AISLE
HOT
AISLE
COLD
AISLE
COLD
AISLE
“Leak rope” around CRACs and CDUs
(
under raised floor if present
)
Rack Fronts
Rack Fronts
Rack Backs
Rack Backs
Door
Glass
-
break sensor
Window
Door
-
open
sensor
3
Temp
1
Humidity
3
Temp
Humidity sensor
middle of each row
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Netbotz Software

Alerts view

Review & correlate alerts including
attached graphs

Threshold flexibility

Customize threshold definitions

(multiple thres
-
holds per sensor,
scheduling, severity, escalation

Custom mapping

Import image for physical layout map
to display pods/sensors on relevant
background; one map per appliance

Data graphing

Easily analyze sensor readings to
identify problematic trends

Advanced View client application

Robust interface including historic alerts,
graphs, config; efficiently manage up to ten
appliances

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NetBotz Hardware


NetBotz 500:

-
Highly expandable

-
Ideal for data centers


NetBotz 420:

-
Moderately expandable

-
Ideal for server rooms and wiring closets


NetBotz 320:

-
Simple solution, limited expansion

-
Ideal for wiring closets

Distributed appliances that “stand guard” in the secured spaces

Aggregate video and sensory data and respond to “orders”

Intelligent monitoring appliances

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Key Features



Works seamlessly with existing IP networks



Distributed architecture



Easy to install appliances and sensors



Integration with enterprise network managers



Centralized management


Netbotz Solution Architecture

IP Network

InfraStruXure Central

NetBotz 420

NetBotz 320

Sensor

Pod

Temp

Sensor

Camera

Pod

Sensor

Pod

NetBotz 500

Fluid

Sensor

Email, SNMP, HTTP, FTP

GSM SMS

Output Relay Pod

Monitor,

Detect

Alert

Protect

Switched PDU

NetBotz Rack Access PX

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InfraStruXure Central

Graphing & Reporting

Analyze trends across racks
or locations

Alert Repository

Easily access historical alerts by
date, appliance, and device group

Map View

Graphic display shows current
status of individual appliances
by device group.

Mass Configuration

Make threshold or config
changes on multiple
appliances simultaneously

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InfraStruXure
®

Designer

Design and configure your entire

network
-
critical physical infrastructure

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Features: 3D View

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Summary






Your data centre’s Network Critical Physical Infrastructure
(NCPI) must support dynamic business needs


Reduce IT failures within the data centre


Reduce the total data centre footprint required


Reduce the energy usage within the data centre


Improve the speed of deployment


Simplify the Complexity of the system


Minimize Human Error


Decrease Mean Time to Recovery (MTTR)


Allow Targeted Availability


Offer Predictable performance e.g. for High Density Solutions


Ability to manage Physical Infrastructure like IT systems


Provide predictive failure analysis





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2003 APC corporation.

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