Jakson successfully commissioned a 24 x 7, uninterrupted power back-up system for National Informatics Centre (NIC), at one of its premier data center facility in Bhubaneswar, Sachivalaya Marg. NIC is a premier science & technology wing of the Government of India that helps drive e-Governance initiatives in the country and operates more than 30 data centers across India. Jakson was chosen as the preferred partner for this project due to its superior product range, performance and experience of executing similar projects in the past. Three (3) High Horse Power (HHP) Gensets of 2250 KV were installed at the site to provide the requisite power needed to run the data center in case of power breakdowns. The project was completed in a record time of 45 days and has been successful in delivering uninterrupted power back-up to the client to operate its critical data center IT infrastructure.
Data Centers are the backbone of global internet, telecommunications and storage networks. The most critical feature of a data center is 24 x 7 operations. An operational breakdown of even a few seconds can create serious business implications. Uninterrupted power is a key component to ensure continuous data center operations. As such, data center operators deploy the most secure power back-up solutions for guaranteed operation of their data centers. For its new data center, NIC wanted a secure diesel genset based power back-up solution that could help it maintain non-stop operations of its data center.
The engineering and project execution team at Jakson designed a highly secure power back-up system for the client considering the criticality of its business needs. To ensure the client did not suffer a single minute of power breakdown, high horse power (HHP) capacity diesel gensets of 2250 KVa were supplied that could withstand high power loads. A total of three gensets of (each of 2250 KVa rating) were installed at client site to ensure continuous power supply in case of grid failure. The project was executed in a short span of 45 days and all DG sets were put through high intensity 12 hour load tests to the satisfaction of client. In addition, Network Communication Module (NCM) along with Building Management systems (BMS) integration facility was done to enable remote monitoring and control of the diesel gensets at site.
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