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Samsung SDS has conducted 176 data center projects within the past decade and is currently in operation of 17 data centers globally. The references of data center implementation/operation for diverse industry customers help suggest optimized data centers according to industry attributes, offer company-wide tech support and support an optimized ecosystem with partners.
Samsung SDS’s methodology on data center infrastructure implementation reflects global standards and encompasses expertise on high quality implementation. This ensures reliable building, expansion and migration of data centers based on optimized capacity design and infrastructure with the latest equipment. The contingency system also supports real-time decision making and situation control to minimize risk.
The standardized operation procedures and updated IT resource management systems support comprehensive monitoring 24/7/365 based on AI and big data. This can help enhance the quality of operation, predict/prevent failure and address fundamental issues.
Cost optimization measures are provided throughout the entire procedure and implementation process, including architectural space optimization for space usage and cooling efficiency, IT power supply based on necessary capacity estimation and energy efficiency maximization by using chilled water in existing regions.
Samsung SDS has implemented and operate 5 domestic data center at tier 3/4 levels based on continuous innovation over the past three decades. Next generation core technologies and SDDC technology are also expected to expand to all data centers.
Suwon Data Center: Asia's first tier 3 data center certification by Uptown (2010)
Sangam Data Center: Data Center Dynamic Award (2016)
Chuncheon Data Center: Chuncheon Data Center: Automatic infrastructure control using latest modular type (2019)
Samsung SDS boasts operation technology and nearly failure-free line design among data centers. The SLA is equally ensured at 99.999% for all global regions.
(The SLA of global businesses varies by region—Verizon at 99.9-99.999% and AT&T at 99.9-99.95%.)
The PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness) has continued to decrease, from 1.58 at Suwon to 1.34 at Sangam and further down to 1.26 at Chuncheon center. Samsung SDS’ constant innovation in energy efficiency has enhanced energy reduction technology to the global level. (e.g. PUE of 268 DCs in Europe: 1.7, Google’s DC (B2C) in Finland: 1.09, Singapore: 1.17)
*PUE is a metric used to determine energy efficiency of data centers, by measuring additional energy usage (e.g. cooling, facility, etc.) excluding IT equipment, with overall efficiency improving as the quotient decreases toward 1.