We have developed three versions of container data centers with standard dimensions of 20', 30' and 40', which allow for a lot of flexibility in the actual installation.
The container data center NTR ™ CDC40 is a completely self-sufficient data center, which is containerized and is consequently completely mobile. This allows it to combine a comprehensive data center, with all the necessary supportive, supply and security infrastructure in a mobile unit. Mobile units are easy to install and do not require large-scale construction preparation of the location of the installation, as well as easy to transfer to new locations. In case of a relocation, the necessary relocation equipment is installed in the center. Relocation can be carried out with all the equipment already installed. It is an ideal solution for small and medium-sized enterprises that need up to 420 HE prefabricated units for ICT equipment and systems.
The container data center ensures all the necessary utility infrastructures, along with:
The outside dimensions are 12.2 x 3.0 x 3.1 m (D x Š x V). The weight of an empty NTR CDC is ca. 10,000 kg, while the permissible load is about 9,000 kg.
|The estimated framework weight
|ca. 10,000 kg, Depending on the selected AKU batteries
|Maximum number of system and networking cabinets
|up to 10
|The maximum permissible load on an individual system or networking cabinet
|up to 1,200 kg
|Available space for the installation of ICT equipment
|up to 420 HE
|The maximum total weight of ICT equipment
|up to 12,000 kg
|The maximum total weight of an equipped CDC
|up to 22,000 kg
The container data center NTR CDC 40f+ is designed as a self-sufficient data center with a built-in utility infrastructure. Technically, it is designed as a container unit of standard length, with slightly larger width and height, which enables easy transport to various locations. Due to the high level of integration and optimization of space it allows the same functionality as significantly larger computer centers. The ground plan of the CDC 40f+ is shown in the following picture: