Once client’s requirements are confirmed, the EuRODataPark team will create a Conceptual and functional design for the new data centre(s), the required topology and the operating environment. The Data Centre design documents will include drawings, Architectural impressions, narratives, calculations, equipment lists and other engineering documents developed by the team.
While adhering to the client’s requirements the EuRODataPark team will offer their observations and where appropriate offer enhancement options to ensure that the integrated solution will:
The essence of a Modular approach or “Just-in-Time” delivery is not to build-out on day one all the space to meet the projected needs for the next 15-20 years, but to build-out only that capacity to meet the firm projected needs of the business for the immediate firm planning period.
As future demand becomes reality a modular design will facilitate the rapid creation of further space(s), that both integrate with the space previously built and replicate the M&E design of the initial space.
A Modular approach to data centre provision seeks to make all elements of the design modular and able to reflect changing business and technology needs of a 15-20 year business horizon.
Modular designs have conservative initial capital requirements and allow an investment curve throughout the lifecycle of the Data Centers that closely track demand. .
Modular or “Just-in Time” provision of data centre capacity can be achieved using either of two main industrial approaches that have evolved over the last 5-10 years.includes:
The Modular approach delivers improved “achieved PUE” as the provision of M&E services and the power they require is closely matched to the actual server demands of the client. Over-provisioning the root cause of poor “achieved PUE” is avoided with a JiT approach.
The EuRODataPark team has designed and implemented Modular solutions in North America, UK, France, Turkey, and Iceland.