Huawei FusionModule2000 is a next-generation intelligent modular data center designed specifically to provide customers with a simple, efficient and reliable data center solution. Huawei FusionModule2000 is the first in the world to receive Tier IV Ready certification from the Uptime Institute to meet the highest availability requirements.
It is a highly integrated modular solution for fast delivery and on-demand deployment. Each module includes power and cooling systems, rack and structure systems, cabling and control systems.
Frequently asked Questions
Q: How is the high and low current cabling done in the FusionModule2000?
Answer: In FusionModule2000 modular data centers, cables are routed from above. To avoid electromagnetic interference, the high and low current cables are routed separately through their respective unique cable ducts located at the top of the module.
Q: Can the server and UPS be placed in the same compartment to save space?
Answer: Yes. The UPS can be housed in the same compartment as the server. In most cases, the UPS does not take up very much space. If the UPS capacity exceeds 600 kVA, it should be placed in a separate room (the concentration of toxic substances emitted by batteries, such as hydrogen and hydrogen sulfide, must be taken into account).
Q: Huawei modular data centers support horizontal airflow. Can downdraft mode be used?
Answer: The downdraft mode maintains a low power density (3-5 kW per rack). In horizontal mode, higher values are supported (Huawei solutions support up to 21 kW per rack) to meet the power density requirements of different scenarios. There is a trend towards increasing power density and integration. Thus, the horizontal airflow mode meets the future needs.
Q: What types of air conditioners can be used in modular data centers? How to ensure the safety of water cooled air conditioners?
Answer: Both air-cooled and water-cooled (in-row) air conditioners are supported. Safety measures for water cooled air conditioners: 1 – If a raised floor is used, the chilled water pipes can be installed under the floor; otherwise, such pipes should be routed from the top of the corridor and physically insulated. 2 – The pipes must be insulated. 3 – The conditioners carry out collection and drainage of condensate automatically.
Q: What are the differences and advantages of in-row cooling versus traditional downdraft cooling?
Answer: In-row air conditioners are more energy efficient and do not require a raised floor for installation, which reduces the amount of technical work. In addition, they support high deployment densities to eliminate hot spots. Traditional downdraft operation requires a raised floor and places high demands on the floor height of the building. Downflow systems require more maintenance and are less energy efficient than in-row air conditioners. Downdraft systems typically support no more than 5 kW of power density per rack and are more prone to hot-spot problems.
Q: How long does it take to deploy a modular data center?
Answer: Manufacturing a modular data center takes 8-12 weeks, and installation and commissioning 1-2 weeks.
Q: How many cabinets does a modular data center support?
Answer: In accordance with the requirements of fire protection during construction, a door must be installed in a corridor longer than 15 meters. Therefore, the maximum length of a DC module cannot exceed 15 meters. Thus, no more than 24 cabinets with a width of 600 mm can be placed in the corridor (up to 48 cabinets in a two-row configuration).
Q: What external installations are required to use a modular data center? Can Huawei specialists help with their selection?
Answer: The main external installations are installations for supplying the power grid to the building in which the data center, diesel generator, electrical substation, UPS, refrigeration unit, fire-fighting installations and security systems are located. Huawei can supply a modular data center with all the required external installations.
Q: I am using Huawei’s data center solution. Should I use the control system specified in the recommended configuration?
Answer: No. Recommended configuration is a cost-effective solution provided by Huawei after testing. Customers can use control systems that match the requirements of their projects.
Q: Can Huawei data centers deployed around the world be centrally managed using NetEco’s management system?
Answer: Yes. The network architecture-based management system of Huawei NetEco supports centralized monitoring and management of data centers deployed around the world.
Q: How to get data about the status of the data center and troubleshoot?
Answer: NetEco Management System provides a web interface that supports multiple logins at the same time. You can use Internet Explorer 11 to log into and manage your data center.
Q: Can the NetEco Management System be used to service data centers that do not have Huawei equipment?
Answer: Yes. Huawei NetEco data center management system is compatible with equipment from various vendors.
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