Critical power solutions for datacentres
odern organisations depend on reliable access to data. They increasingly expect their data to be available from any location across a wide range of devices. Access needs to be fast, reliable, and secure. Meeting these needs has led to tremendous growth of data centres. Data centre growth is driven by increasing requirements from Banking, Financial Sector & Insurance, IT & ITES, Telecom and social media. Aggressive government policies such as National Informatics Centre (NIC), State Wide Area Network (SWAN), Common Service Centre (CSC), State data centre (SDC) to increase the digitalisation of records have also aided to the data centre growth.
Managing a data centre can be a significant challenge, as it needs to have high availability, extremely secure, scalable, and connected to great communications infrastructure. Infrastructure that would support future expansion for at least over a decade without major modifications is preferred. Availability of reliable power is the biggest challenge for data centre growth. Demand for continuous power supply and energy efficient products to manage the operating costs is high. Power outages force data centres to look for alternate power sources, where diesel genset are the most favoured option for in house power generation. On the other hand,
Mdowntime results in lost revenue and poor customer satisfaction. Hence a data centre with higher availability is always a favoured destination for clients to have their servers. WE SUFFICE YOUR REQUIREMENTS DEIF specialises in developing emergency, standby and backup power solutions for both, captive and colocation data centres. DEIF has a strong track record in developing emergency, standby and backup power solutions for missioncritical facilities such as data centres.
DEIF's Automatic Genset Controller, AGC-4 features proven technology for a wide range of generation systems in critical power applications.
Deploying DEIF’s solution for your mission critical facilities will give you the crucial business edge over your competitors and benefit you in numerous ways to elevate your data centre to Tier-4 level by reducing your maximum annual downtime. INCREASED RELIABILITY AND FLEXIBILITY Normally N+1 systems are used in date centres to have reserve genset. We further add to the reliability of system by providing a redundant controller so that your backup genset power has no single point of failure. In DEIF’s redundant control system, two controllers operate in Hot Standby mode, with one as active controller while the other acts as a standby controller. The standby controller is connected to the active controller through CAN bus and remains updated with the latest events and information at all times. In case of any unexpected fault in the active controller, the standby controller assumes control without any load or speed jumps during transition, thus ensuring continuous flow of power.