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THE FUTURE IS ALREADY HERE: THE MOST MODERN DATA CENTER IN EUROPE HAS BEEN OPENED
The new Telia Helsinki Data Center is the largest open data center in the Nordic countries. It provides data center and infrastructure services for both Finnish and international companies. It is an addition to our group of data centers providing data center and infrastructure services for both Finnish and international companies. The Helsinki Data Center will also form a platform for the services enabled by the fourth industrial revolution, such as robotics, IoT and 5G. The fourth industrial revolution emphasizes the significance of data use in business, where secure data storage, refining and transfer require new solutions.
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HOW YOU CAN BENEFIT FROM THE HELSINKI DATA CENTER
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WHAT DOES THE HELSINKI DATA CENTER LOOK LIKE?
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INFORMATION ON THE DATA CENTER SERVICES
We have a compiled a glossary of the most important terms related to the Helsinki Data Center. Read more about the features of the new data center or learn about the data center world on a more general level.
Rack Unit (RU) is a unit that discloses the height of a data cabinet or an individual device, for example. 1 RU is 1.75 inches, or 44.45 mm, high.Of the data cabinets at the Helsinki Data Center, data cabinet 52 RU, for example, is 52 rack units high and can accommodate 50 servers or other devices the height of which is 1 RU.
The customer’s own data center on the Helsinki Data Center premises, designed and priced on a case-by-case basis.
The fibre optic cables of other operators are terminated at the cross-connection rooms (MeetMe rooms) of the Helsinki Data Center. There are four cross-connection rooms, and they are located close to the point where the cables enter the HDC.
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The device cabinets are furnished with two Power Distribution Units (A + B). Device cabinet 52 RU has 2 x 48 sockets and device cabinet 12 RU has 2 x 13 sockets. Electricity consumption and use are measured and reported per data cabinet, and the invoicing for consumption is based on kWh. PDUs suitable for monitoring phase/socket-specific consumption can be ordered as a supplementary service.
Each device cabinet and equipment space is provided, by default, with a certain amount of power and cooling capacity, which cannot be exceeded without a separate agreement.
At the Helsinki Data Center, cooling air is conveyed to data cabinets from under the installation floor. For this purpose, there is an empty room of about one metre under the floor for the cooling air. The installation floor consists of grid panels or perforated plates of 600 x 600 mm on top of a steel frame.
The power supply of the data center is implemented with two separate supplies backed up by UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply) devices N+1 and an accumulator. N+1 means that there is enough redundancy capacity even if one device were broken. The redundancy is also based on the use of generators N+1. “UPS 10 min/GEN N+1”, for example, means that the power supply has 10 minutes of accumulator redundancy time and, in addition, diesel generators will ensure power supply in the case of power failures of over 10 minutes.