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Have you ever wanted to test "What if" scenarios for your data center?

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Have you ever wanted to test "What if" scenarios for your data center?

This question was originally posted by n/a on APC forums on 10/25/2007


Scheinder Electric Opens Technology Center in St. Louis+

Have you ever wanted an opportunity to test “what-if” design scenarios for your data center without the possible consequences of impacting your business and equipment?+


Today, Schneider Electric has opened a new 100,000 square foot technology center that combines a training facility with a live testing and research environment.+

The following is a summary of the physical characteristics of the building:

1. 7.5 Mega Watts of Electrical Power with single 35 KV feed
2. 1 - 2MW Gen-set with space for a second
3. 1000 tons of chilled water available
4. 2 – 500 ton chillers supporting the primary structure and space for a third
5. 1 – 212 ton chiller supporting the Air Test Chambers
6. 2 - 600 ton cooling towers with space for a third
7. 9,000 SF of Air and Cooling Research and Development space with dual air chambers
8. 2 Technical training rooms with associated labs
9. 7680 SF of 24” raised floor customer test data center
10. 1536 SF of 2’ raised floor in air chamber
11. 1840 SF of 5” raised floor demo room

http://www.datacenterjournal.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1292&Itemid=43


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Have you ever wanted to test "What if" scenarios for your data center?

This reply was originally posted by n/a on APC forums on 10/25/2007


Scheinder Electric Opens Technology Center in St. Louis+

Have you ever wanted an opportunity to test “what-if” design scenarios for your data center without the possible consequences of impacting your business and equipment?+


Today, Schneider Electric has opened a new 100,000 square foot technology center that combines a training facility with a live testing and research environment.+

The following is a summary of the physical characteristics of the building:

1. 7.5 Mega Watts of Electrical Power with single 35 KV feed
2. 1 - 2MW Gen-set with space for a second
3. 1000 tons of chilled water available
4. 2 – 500 ton chillers supporting the primary structure and space for a third
5. 1 – 212 ton chiller supporting the Air Test Chambers
6. 2 - 600 ton cooling towers with space for a third
7. 9,000 SF of Air and Cooling Research and Development space with dual air chambers
8. 2 Technical training rooms with associated labs
9. 7680 SF of 24” raised floor customer test data center
10. 1536 SF of 2’ raised floor in air chamber
11. 1840 SF of 5” raised floor demo room

http://www.datacenterjournal.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1292&Itemid=43

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Re: Have you ever wanted to test "What if" scenarios for your data center?

This reply was originally posted by n/a on APC forums on 11/5/2007


Hi All,

APC is really proud to be a part of building this new state-of-the-art facility. It is located next door to our St. Louis office.

The opening ceremony was held in the middle of October and the first event the building hosted was the executive council meeting for The Green Grid.

Here are some of the photos that highlight this new facility.

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Re: Have you ever wanted to test "What if" scenarios for your data center?

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Re: Have you ever wanted to test "What if" scenarios for your data center?

This was originally posted on APC forums on 11/13/2012


Not sure if this is possible, but we have a software that should provide you with the proper stats and [analytics software for data centers|http://www.alphapointtechnology.com/data-center-analytics-software/] that can help you plan and manage the amount of racks and space you will need to effectively 'plan' for those WHAT IF scenarios. For instance, what if we needed X amount of rack memory storage, then you could analyze the info about capacity levels of the racks themselves.

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Have you ever wanted to test "What if" scenarios for your data center?

This reply was originally posted by n/a on APC forums on 10/25/2007


Scheinder Electric Opens Technology Center in St. Louis+

Have you ever wanted an opportunity to test “what-if” design scenarios for your data center without the possible consequences of impacting your business and equipment?+


Today, Schneider Electric has opened a new 100,000 square foot technology center that combines a training facility with a live testing and research environment.+

The following is a summary of the physical characteristics of the building:

1. 7.5 Mega Watts of Electrical Power with single 35 KV feed
2. 1 - 2MW Gen-set with space for a second
3. 1000 tons of chilled water available
4. 2 – 500 ton chillers supporting the primary structure and space for a third
5. 1 – 212 ton chiller supporting the Air Test Chambers
6. 2 - 600 ton cooling towers with space for a third
7. 9,000 SF of Air and Cooling Research and Development space with dual air chambers
8. 2 Technical training rooms with associated labs
9. 7680 SF of 24” raised floor customer test data center
10. 1536 SF of 2’ raised floor in air chamber
11. 1840 SF of 5” raised floor demo room

http://www.datacenterjournal.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1292&Itemid=43