The data center has been designed based on the recommendations made by the telecommunication industry associations. Drafted in 2005, TIA 942 is the first standard to address data center infrastructure. It covers the various aspects like space/layout, cabling infrastructure, redundancy, environment conditions, energy, etc. The center is provisioned with up to 66 kV line power available from 2 sub-stations on a high-tension format (7.5 MW). As of today, the center has received government sanction for receiving up to 40 MW power, and it has up to 7.5 MW power available, while the usage is around 4 MW only. Considering the energy benchmarks, the PUE comes up to 1.9 if utilized to full capacity, and at present it is in the range of 1.4-1.6. We have maintained N+N redundancy for every component required in the data center including the transformers. These are also equipped with Novec 1230 extinguishers, fire-retardant paints on the doors that can stand glazing fire for up to 2-3 hours, and 200-400 kVA UPS and back-up batteries that can take the load for 20 minutes in full load. Claiming to be first of its kind, TDC has a separate PAHU room and separate IT and electrical room, no non-IT entry in the server room. TDC follows closed containment cooling system, where the entire rack space is in a glass enclosure that maintains the temperature of the confinement rather cooling up the entire room. The chiller plant is situated on the roof of the edifice. The water follows a closed circular system, wherein the same water is used over and over again. While the entire TDC is spread over 900,000 sq ft (as big as 12 Taj Mahal's kept together), the server built-up area would be around 45,000 sq ft. Every floor plate has a capacity of around 20,000 sq ft or up to 600 racks in 6 kV per rack. Every enclosure has a surveillance camera and rows of pipelines hanging with the ceiling. These are very early separate ad (VESDA) pipelines to detect any change in chemical composition in air and alert beforehand, and second line of pipelines carrying inert gas that can automatically decompose into natural gas. The building has 4 towers, with warehouse and staging area available on the ground floor and a NOC in the first floor. It is a 80-seater space with availability for IT and non-IT control and L1/L2 support. It also offers a telco room for telecom service providers, a 1,500 seated space available as DR center for the clients. Apart from this, TDC has looked at various other facilities for client convenience, eg, around 50 meeting rooms including a videoconferencing room, a town hall area of 300 capacities.
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