Go-To-Market Co-creation Examples for Data Center
- Automated monitoring of equipment such as chiller to ensure equipment performance is healthy and energy efficient.
System Redundancy and Automated Failover
- Scheduled rotation of equipment in operation (e.g. CRAC) helps to extend lifespan of equipment.
- System redundancy enables customised automated failover so that whenever equipment malfunction, continuous data center operations is ensured.
Water Leak Detection
- Automated water leak detection helps to promptly discover water leakage so that immediate rectification actions can be taken to safeguard precious assets.
Hot / Cold Aisle Containment Monitoring
- Automated hot/cold aisle containment monitoring enables any leakage to be promptly discovered.
- Proper hot/cold aisle containment provides building owner cooling system energy savings.
- Using automation to control air-conditioning and air flow settings ensures temperature and humidity in data halls are maintained at suitable ranges while keeping energy consumption to a minimal.
Fire and Security Operations
Fire Suppression System
- Integrated fire suppression across fire alarm pull station, VESDA detectors and FM200 ensures fire in data halls are suppressed immediately, protecting important assets.
- Coupled with CCTV surveillance, operators can monitor situation in safety.
Hall Access Control
- Hall access control enables operators to ensure only authorized users are allowed in the data hall.
- Access grouping helps to refine access control even further, ensuring visitors are only allowed in specific hall where their own data are stored in.
Server Rack Access
- Rack access control ensures that visitors can only have access to their own servers, safeguarding from data theft.
- CCTVs combined with video analytics can help detect unauthorised access, enabling building management to ensure security in the data center.
- Visitors movements are automatically tracked to detect unnecessary loitering in data hall, preventing data theft.