Data Center Solution

What is a Data Center?

Data centers are the “nerve centers” of the new economy or special environments that house the latest advances in computer processing and business innovation. Data centers centralize and consolidate Information Technology (IT) resources, enabling organizations to conduct business around-the-clock and around the world.


A data center is a “hardened” facility that is dedicated to providing uninterrupted service to business-critical data processing operations. Among its many features are:

  • 7 x 24 x 365 availability

  • Fail-safe reliability and continuous monitoring

  • Power management and network communications, redundancy and path diversity

  • Network security, physical access control and video surveillance

  • Zoned environmental control

  • Fire suppression and early warning smoke detection systems.

Data Center Design Considerations

Roaya Technology help Internet your  data centers requirements that are not always as critical in a private environment or may simply be implemented in a different way include :


  • Cooling

  • Cable Management

  • Fire Suppression

  • Physical Security and monitoring.

  • Power Management


All electronic components and especially the processors generate heat when in operation. If it is not dissipated, the processor’s efficiency decreases, in extreme cases, to the point that the component could fail. Therefore, cooling a data center is essential, and because of the concentrated computing power. For this reason, servers are installed in racks. Generally, the warm air from the server room is removed by the air-conditioning system. Cool air set to a temperature of 24 to 26°C is blown in through holes in the floor.

Raised floor cooling systems rely on static pressure to push cold air through perforated floor tiles and in front of cabinets where it can enter and cool active components.

When data and power cable share the underfloor space. Supply air must be delivered in the same direction as cable runs to minimize unintentional air blockage. While locating cable under the raised floor gives the data center a clean, traditional look, occasional access to the cable may be required to deal with moves, adds and changes (MACs) and offers several advantages including easy access and unrestricted airflow.


Protecting people; protecting assets; protecting the environment—reasons why choosing the right data center fire suppression system is so important. Whether you’re in financial services, health care or retail, a fire at your data processing facility could bring your business to a standstill. We’ve worked aggressively to develop a full range of clean agent fire extinguishants by Chemours that are safe for people, electrically nonconductive, noncorrosive, and free of residue.


Data centers are the lifeblood of information. Company and customer data should be treated like money in a bank vault. Corporate and Internet data centers must take definitive measures to limit access only to authorized personnel, and confirm use of proper fire prevention and life safety systems while minimizing the potential of equipment damage. Video surveillance (CCTV) and biometric or card access control


Controlled access: High-sensitivity areas require authentication. Access is controlled to protect both the physical resources and the university data, Single-person access and mantrap systems provide access only to authorized individuals. Technicians can then enter special rooms using custom-configured ID cards. Access to university data centers should only be granted when a legitimate business need is demonstrated. This access guideline specifies the criteria for granting access to specific individuals or groups, and the different levels of access allowed.


 CCTV systems : CCTV systems offer 24 hour recorded footage for both internal and external security which means your data center build is being watched over even when you can’t be there, high definition CCTV security cameras for fine detail can be installed within your modular data center, with the option off Day/Night color images, thermal imaging for detecting long-range intruders and 360 degree domed cameras for full view filming of your modular data centre.


The data center is connected to two separate grid sectors operated by the local utility company. If one sector were to fail, then the second one will ensure that power is still supplied.

In addition, the data center has diesel generators, an output that is sufficient to cover the data center’s electricity demand in an emergency.

The uninterruptible power supply (UPS) also ensures that the quality remains constant. It compensates for voltage and frequency fluctuations and thereby effectively protects sensitive computer electronic components and systems.

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