Crit­i­cal power so­lu­tions for dat­a­cen­tres

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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.

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