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1 The Power of Collaboration Steve Luczkiw VP Strategic Partners EMEA Collaborate to Accelerate
2 Collaborate to Accelerate WelcomeCollaborate to Accelerate9:15 AM9:25AMPANDUIT Introduction9:45 AMThe Power of Collaboration10:45 AMDesigning the Building of the Future11:10 AMCoffee Break11:40 AMOptimising Datacentres with UPI-based Solutions12:10 PMThe Journey to the Cloud-Delivering IT Infrastructure as a Service12:40 PM Ways to Improve Virtualisation Strategies12:40 PM13:00 PMPanel Discussion13:00Lunch and NetworkingGood Morning Everyone,On behalf of Panduit I would like to thank you for coming today and welcome you warmly you to the Panduit Roadshow.As you will be aware, we have a full schedule of events today and we will be providing sessions with specific audience types in mind, so I will outline the agenda above to make sure we all know where we should be.I will shortly introduce you to Panduit the company, our philosophy and the unique approach that we take to developing solutions that enable you to gain maximum business value from your system investments & activities - Unified Physical Infrastructure.Either side of the break at you will be able to attend seminars which demonstrate the reference architectures and UPI approach at work in two of our solutions, Datacentres and Connected Buildings.Finally, we will maintain a twin stream format with two more breakout sessions, the End User session presented by our colleagues at Cisco, the other for our potential Channel Partners focusing on the Panduit Channel Partner Program, at the end of which we will reconvene together for Lunch where you will have the opportunity to Network with the rest of the delegates.
3 PANDUIT Confidential Information Overview of PANDUITPANDUIT is a world-class developer and provider of leading-edge solutions that help customers optimize the physical infrastructure and mitigate risk through simplification, increased agility and operational efficiencyPrivately held ,established in 1955US, Headquartered in Chicago>4,000 EmployeesTurnover $1Bn>10% of revenue into R&DSolutions FocusPurpose of the Slide company historySince 1955, PANDUIT has steadily grown its industry leadership position .Our Global presence, local focus and customization has enabled stability and growth and is a guiding visionReinforcement points-As a privately held company, PANDUIT has freedom to make decisions that meet our customers needs.Business model focused on earning customer preferenceCommitment to cultivating long-term customer partnershipsInnovative technology solutions to solve customer problemsConsistent quality with a focus on delivering long-term customer valueMost comprehensive product line in industry; including Services and SoftwareWe leverage and apply the latest technologies to develop and manufacture solutions that create competitive advantages for our customersBroadest direct global sales force (500+ professionals) providing same customer experience anywhere in the world; over 5000 employeesMore than 10% of revenue into R&D annually50% of sales are from products introduced in past five yearsAdditional information , best suited to a technical audience1,000 Global Patents550 Sales specialists275 Engineers,16 PhDs ,50 + years of experience as a trusted business partnerPANDUIT Confidential Information
4 PANDUIT Confidential Information Overview of PANDUITPANDUIT EMEASince 1971 , HQ LondonManufacturing in NL and ROWarehouse in NL250 employeesTurnover $ 200m120 Account ManagersUK Dedicated teamCustomer Briefing CentrePurpose of the Slide company historySince 1955, PANDUIT has steadily grown its industry leadership position .Our Global presence, local focus and customization has enabled stability and growth and is a guiding visionReinforcement points-As a privately held company, PANDUIT has freedom to make decisions that meet our customers needs.Business model focused on earning customer preferenceCommitment to cultivating long-term customer partnershipsInnovative technology solutions to solve customer problemsConsistent quality with a focus on delivering long-term customer valueMost comprehensive product line in industry; including Services and SoftwareWe leverage and apply the latest technologies to develop and manufacture solutions that create competitive advantages for our customersBroadest direct global sales force (500+ professionals) providing same customer experience anywhere in the world; over 5000 employeesMore than 10% of revenue into R&D annually50% of sales are from products introduced in past five yearsAdditional information , best suited to a technical audience1,000 Global Patents550 Sales specialists275 Engineers,16 PhDs ,50 + years of experience as a trusted business partnerPANDUIT Confidential Information
5 New facility in Romania Customer Briefing Centres worldwide Investments in 2009, 2010….New facility in RomaniaQuick Net TM, Patch cordsCustomer Briefing Centres worldwideEMEA: London, Frankfurt, Paris, SpainContinued recruitmentPurpose of Slide Continued investmentPanduit being a privately held company allows us to govern our own destiny not being restricted by the vagaries of the stack market. Will the IT industry in general suffered restructuring and reduced focus Panduit took the opportunity in the recession to consolidate our presence in the EMEA market place. We opened a new Manufacturing facility in Romania initially focusing on the Quicknet solutions but expanding to local cabinet production to meet EMEA demand.We opened new CBC facilities in London, Frankfurt and Paris and we are now equipping Madrid and Doha.
6 Global deployment principles Panduit GreenGlobal deployment principlesreduce energy consumption (power and cooling issues in DC)minimize ecological footprint (RoHS, WEEE, and ISO 14001)New Panduit headquarter in ChicagoLEED NC 2.2 Gold certificationPanduit green philosophy: Manufacturing, process, training and education, productsPurpose of Slide we use and committed to Green technolgoyWe built a new HQ during the recession which we have now moved into and the official opening is 14th June. The reason that we continued with the project where you would have expected us to put it on hold .Was that as we come out of the recession we are in a position to show end users best practice and have the financial reports to show the OPEX savings achieved with a Unified Physical infrastructure strategy. There is a session later today on the technology we used and some of the savings we made.
7 Global presence and commitment Global Operations & Logistics = Primary Offices6= Manufacturing FacilitiesNetherlands= Warehouse FacilitiesChinaUSARomaniaJapanGeorgiaIndiaUAEMexicoCosta RicaOffices in 33 countriesServe 112 countriesManufacturing >3 million square feetWarehouses >1 million square feetGlobal network of strategic partnersLargest Global Sales and SupportbSingaporeBrazilChileAustraliaPurpose of Slide GOBAL FOOT PRINTWorld-class manufacturing facilities, warehouses and support around the globe, make Panduit solutions available when and where our customers need them.All facilities are linked through globally integrated systems and standardized processes that leverage operational advantages for partners and end-customersGlobal theatersCanada Markham, ONWorld HQ Tinley Park, ILLatin Amer. Mexico (HQ)ArgentinaBrazilChileCosta RicaPuerto RicoVenezuelaEur/M.East Great Britain (HQ)BelguimDubaiFranceGermanyGreeceItalyNetherlandsPolandRussiaSpainSwitzerlandTurkeyAsia/Pac Singapore (HQ)AustraliaChinaHong KongIndiaIndonesiaJapanKoreaMalaysiaPhilippinesThailandProduct divisions / manufacturing locationsGermanyNew LennoxRomeovilleGeorgiaSingaporeBurr RidgeLockportOrland ParkCosta RicaChinaMexicoBrazilRomaniaServe 112 countriesOffices in 33 countries (does not include virtual employees)9 CBCs in 6 regionsGlobal distributor network
8 Technology Partner Ecosystem Worldwide AlliancesTechnology Partner EcosystemNetworking, Switch and Server InfrastructureTechnical collaboration and Physical Layer Advisor to computing business unitsEngaged with leadership on joint integration for intelligent physical managementCollaborating on data center cooling solutionsStrategic Global AlliancesPhysical Layer Advisor for SANs integration of management with SmartsPurpose of Slide Global partnership with technology leaders keeps Panduit at the cutting edgePANDUIT partners with strategic experts to develop and deliver interoperable solutions that streamline deployment of new technologies and provide optimum support for critical network applications. These proven solutions are PANDUIT tested and certified, which streamlines deployment and offers assurances the solution will perform well beyond installation.Some of our alliances include Cisco Systems, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Emerson (Liebert), APC, Fluke Networks, and Rockwell Networks. Together, our solutions help reduce costs associated with network installation, maintenance and administration, substantially lowering total cost of ownership of your entire network.IBM (Software & Hardware organizations)PANDUIT is a member of IBM PartnerWorld and the IBM TivoliReady Program.PANDUIT and IBM Tivoli resources collaborate on the design of PANDUIT’s evolving Unified Physical Infrastructure offering and its integration into modules of IBM Tivoli.PANDUIT serves in an Advisory role for the Physical Layer aspect s of next generation IBM hardware products, about which specific details are governed by a very tight Non-Disclosure Agreement.HP (Software and Hardware organizations)PANDUIT is a member of HP’s Enterprise Management Alliance Program (EMAP) and the HP Data Center Builders Alliance.PANDUIT and HP Software resources collaborate on the design of PANDUIT’S evolving Unified Physical Infrastructure offering and its integration into modules of HP Software.PANDUIT serves in an Advisory role for the Physical Layer aspect s of HP Data Center offerings, about which specific details are governed by a very tight Non-Disclosure Agreement.EMC (Storage and Software organizations)PANDUIT is a member of EMC Resource Management Software Group’s Velocity Program.PANDUIT and EMC RMSG resources collaborate on the design of PANDUIT’S evolving Unified Physical Infrastructure offering and its integration into modules of EMC Software.PANDUIT serves in an Advisory role for the Physical Layer aspect s of EMC SAN offerings, about which specific details are governed by a very tight Non-Disclosure Agreement.Emerson Network Power – LiebertPANDUIT works closely with the world’s leader in Data Center cooling solutions on emerging technologies in the Data Center cooling and power spaces. The organizations are also affiliated in market facing activities in the Connected Building space.Rockwell AutomationPANDUIT is a member of Rockwell Automation’s Encompass Program.PANDUIT and Rockwell collaborate in areas of technology research and market development projects across the globe. PANDUIT serves in an Advisory role for the Physical Layer aspects of Industrial Networks and Process Control Systems.Industrial networking solutions that combine power, control and networkingTesting partner for communication network products and services
9 Panduit Technology Partner Ecosystem Data Center &Enterprise NetworkingIndustrial AutomationConnected BuildingsThese are leaders in their respective market segmentsStrategic partners include: Cisco Systems, HP, IBM as well as others(NOTE: For more information, contact Tom
11 Why Partner with Panduit PANDUIT Corp Corporate Capabilities Presentation – Version A4/1/2017Overview of PANDUITWhy Partner with PanduitMitigate infrastructure riskInnovative technology solutions to solve customer problemsCommitment to cultivating long-term customer partnershipsMost comprehensive product line in industry; inc Services & SoftwareGuaranteed Performance with 25 Year System WarrantyPurpose of Slide we are a good company to do business withIn summary of our company overview here are the points why we think you should be partnering with Panduit.
12 Sampling of Panduit Customers Purpose of Slide we build solutions to solve customer problems35% of our business is from new products this is just a sample of those making the change to deploy 10gig.
13 THE POWER OF COLLABORATION Unified Physical Infrastructure Strategy and Vision
14 Physical Infrastructure Spans the Business Data CentersConnected BuildingsIndustrial AutomationPolicy-based management of building systems over the networkOperations increasingly managed by applications through the data centerManaging mission critical applications across the networkPurpose of Slide Scope of UPI across these sectorsSlide defines the physical infrastructureThe physical Infrastructure span all business and includes the Data center, Facility and Industrial Automation (if manufacturer)Linkage between these areas is quickly becoming IP enabled and mission critical applications are being managed over the network.
15 Systems Infrastructure Needs to Converge to Enable Business Benefits 2008 Global Sales and Marketing StrategySystems Infrastructure Needs to Converge to Enable Business BenefitsFebruary 12, 2008communicationcomputingcontrolpowersecurityUnited PhysicalInfrastructureSM15
16 Making the Unified Physical Infrastructure (UPI) Approach Critical ……. CXO Presentation DeckMaking the Unified Physical Infrastructure (UPI) Approach Critical …….4/1/2017ARCHITECTURESYSTEMS & SOFTWAREPOLICY MANAGEMENTThe physical infrastructure is the foundation of entire networkThe key is to manage risk proactively, and be mindful of that interdependencies exist before crisis situations arise.Optimal design and maintenance lead to best possible performanceConvergence of Power, Control, Communication, Computing and Security systems is critical to network performanceToday, businesses are understanding the value system convergence brings to organizations.As systems converge, interdependency occurs between the systems.Faults and failures no longer remain isolated within these individual systems – as performance erodes in one system, other systems’ performance may also be impacted.EXAMPLESIf the HVAC system doesn’t adequately cool data center equipment. If switches overhead, they can fail and bring down the network. any systems attached to that centralized network will be impacted – , telephony, security access, mainframes, etc.Align = physical to logical architecture integrationConverge = systems + software integrationOptimize = lifecycle optimization, e.g., policy based management, etc.Confidential - Do not distribute
17 The Unified Physical Infrastructure (UPI) is the Foundation for the Network and SystemsFeaturesOpenIntegratedStandardizedReal-time InformationManagedBenefitsScalabilityCostsAgilitySustainabilityRisks
18 UPI Approach Drives Simplification, Standardization and Risk Reduction P2P - UnificationCurrent OfferingDisparate ComponentsPhysical Infrastructure ManagementGreen Data Cabinets & RacksCable ManagementRoutingGroundingZone CablingIdentification & AccessoriesCopper CablingFiber CablingManageAutomateConnectPhysical Infrastructure IntegrationSystems InfrastructurePhysical InfrastructureP2PPOWERCONTROLCOMPUTECOMMUNICATESECURITYPhysical to Logical IntegrationThis Slide has 2 BuildsThe intent of this slide is to show you specifically what we mean by the UPI Approach and what sets it apart. There are two basic tenets of the UPI Approach.The first is physical to physical integration. In this slide you see the entire data center solution portfolio from Panduit in terms of all the elements of connect, manage and automate. Panduit is able to integrate all the elements of the physical infrastructure to ensure that they work well together to enhance efficiency, effectiveness and reliability. An example of this is how our cables and connectivity work with our cabinets, cable management and pathways in a highly dense environment. There is a significant amount of engineering required to solve issues around interoperability and efficiency in this case. Another example is our Quicknet portfolio of copper and fiber connectivity and cables. Most of our competitors have a very narrow product breadth and do not address these challenges and leave them for the end customer.Build 2: Physical to Logical IntegrationWe do not stop with bringing the elements of the physical infrastructure together. We understand the logical systems infrastructure around the five systems – power, control, compute, communications and security – and how they will impact the physical infrastructure and the related application environment. As an example, in the Data Center environment, we work with leaders in the industry like Cisco, IBM and others to understand their technology roadmap and help to optimize the overall infrastructure from a power, cooling, speed, space and performance standpoint. We translate the network and system performance characteristics into physical infrastructure requirements in the form of reference architectures and designs. A scalable pod architecture for a data center environment is an example of this. A physical infrastructure solution for V-Block from Cisco and EMC is another example of this capability.Build 3: Integration Elements Panduit has a whole set of capabilities and expertise based on the physical to physical and physical to logical integration. This includes technologies, products, architectures, software, hardware and services.All of this is very unique in our industry and Panduit is the clear leader in this area in our industry. This is a game changing opportunity for all of us to enhance our collective position in our industry and become a trusted partner to our customers.Now please note that we still make and will continue to make high quality, reliable, unique products that are better than our competitors. The UPI Approach takes this one level higher by translating good products into ‘solutions’ that solve our customers bigger challenges in the key application areas.
19 UPI in the Data Center control security power computing communication ENTERPRISE APPLICATIONSIT SYSTEMSCCTVServersAccess ControlLighting ControlUPS MonitoringStorageNetworkELECTRICAL & MECHANICALCRACSECURITY SYSTEMScontrolsecuritypowercomputingcommunicationPurpose of Slide is to show what we mean by connect, power etc.Data centers are more than just IT systems, they also involve a complex array of electrical & mechanical systems, communications systems, and security systems.<click>In a fully unified, instrumented, and integrated data center, enterprise applications have visibility and control over the entire DC. In the example we talked about a few minutes ago, we saw one potential way to realize true business relevance from that integration.Now to be honest, that example isn’t likely to appear at your doorstep tomorrow. Data centers traditionally operate in very segmented, protected silos, and that’s partly because the data center is such a critical resource for the business that it is naturally conservative. So where we are engaged in the data center today is really more in the first phase of UPI—unification—to lay the foundation for more complex integration.
20 Physical Infrastructure Relevance Purpose of Slide Gartner and Foresters world leading analyst companies support our UPI strategyThis is the analysts who until we launched UPI did not track the physical infrastructure but Panduit was instrumental in raising the importance of the physical layer that we have conducted joint road shows with Gartner and forester and the middle on Cisco joined in. Now the analysts are tracking physical layer trends and the importance in making the move from 10g to 40g to 100g. And tracking the best practice to reduce the OPEX of running these new cloud based DC.
21 Data Centre Considerations SoftwareITOperationsCabling2 – 5 years60%23%3 – 5 years10%2 years7%10 – 15 yearsIT Investment% of BudgetLife Cycle YearsPurpose of Slide show how the physical layer is a long term decisionThis chart is taken from a Gartner group report it shows the relative spending on the left on Software, hardware and infrastructure. But when you check on the longevity of the investment it is clear that the lease amount of money spent 7% on infrastructure has to support 3-5 equipment refreshes which we know if deploying now will go from 10 gigs to 40 gigs to 100gigs and with the speed of change could even go higher. The question is that when your planning the facility is enough concern given to the physical infrastructure we know from Ashrea the independent power and cooling analysts that there is a trend to over provision with Power and over provision with cooling. But most cable plant is under provisioned for the changes to come.
22 Weight What priority is given to Deployment? Power and Cooling ? Location?Cabinet and Cables ?Deploy for OPEX ?WeightPurpose of Slide real customer looking for a solutionThis is an example of a real end user and they had consolidated and therefore were short of space but had the requirement to double its communications capability. The Customer Plan was to double the switching equipment in post racks per row , Two Cisco 6509 switches per rack3 kW per switch, 6 kW per rack, 84kW per row. They did an calculation to work out the cooling requirement 600 CFM per perforated tile at 15C (60F)19 perforated tiles, total airflow of 11,400 CFM this meant they had to purchase two new CRAC’s. Having done this they considered they only need to purchase new racks that would carry the weight.Panduit demonstrated that their solution would not work as not enough consideration was given to airflow. And we pointed out that they were falling into the trap outlined by Ashrea over provisioning of cooling to be safe. We asked if they had considered the OPEX of what they were suggesting.
23 Front View - Cut Through Centre of 6509 Switches Approximately 15% temperature increase switch to switch going right to leftPurpose of Slide Customers original idea would not workWithout Panduit ducts, hot air exhaust from one Cisco switch becomes the “cold” air inlet into the neighboring switch. This cascading heat can continue down the line with increasingly hotter switches and high risk of downtime and equipment failure. The images show this cascading heat load that occurs without Panduit ducts as well as the amazing effectiveness the Panduit ductwork at solving this challenge.
24 Panduit built for Reduced OPEX Purpose of Slide customer selected a Panduit solution picture of real deploymentHere is the Panduit solution deployed with no moving parts, no extra CRAC’s but with cool boot to recover the 60% of Air that by passes equipment according to Ashrea.
25 Panduit built for Reduced OPEX No extra CRAC’s correct airflow and Cool Boot recovering lost airPurpose of Slide passive solution with ducting and cool boot saved two CRAC opex.Here is the new CFD section through the racks. All equipment operating normally. This is due to the intelligent deployment of cabling, ducting to correct air flow, sealing leaks with cool boots.
26 Solution seal leaks and correct air flow Ashrea state 60-70% of air bypasses the equipmentPanduit sealed the leaks and doubled the air flowDucting corrected the Switch air flow preventing recirculation of the air.The NET-ACCESS™ cabinet and ducting adapt side-to-side airflow switches, such as many Cisco switches, to a hot aisle / cold aisle data center layout.The cabinet provides the recommended 6” clearance between switch inlet/exhaust and side panels for proper airflow for the switch.Superior cable management routes cables away from air intake and exhaust paths.Doors are perforated to allow maximum airflow into the cabinet.The ventilation system was designed through the use of Computational Fluid Dynamics and was verified by thermal testing labs.NET-ACCESS™ cabinet has tested compatible with Cisco MDS 9513 and Catalyst Go to for disclaimer.
27 Example Thinking of OPEX Built from PartsBuilt for Reduced OPEXCost of MaintenancePurpose of Slide to show what deploying for lower OPEX meansHere is an example of worrying about OPEX. Both solutions work but filter servicing will cost significant OPEX on the left to the Panduit solution on the right.Think OPEX
28 Changing Demands on the Physical Infrastructure Consolidation, Virtualization,AutomationManagementCloud ComputingCloudsOS+AppHypervisorPower & CoolingHigh Speed TransportSFP+ CuSFP+ to SFP+Purpose of Slide is Panduit understands the trends and is leading with solutionsThe trends in the data centre are consolidation reducing the facilities to contain OPEX, virtualisation to gain more efficiency from the server and storage resources. This puts new demands on the physical infrastructure. If the applications are mobile moving around the data centre then Power and cooling must be pre-planned and all the cable connections need 100% testing for performance delivery. Many of these new High speed ,low latency technologies are such as SFP= and CX4 Direct Attached Channel are ahead of the standards bodies and cannot be terminated in the field . Pre-termination is the key.June 2009June 2009PANDUIT - Proprietary Information2828
29 Collaborate to Accelerate DynamicInfrastructureVBlockIntegratedArchitectureUnified ComputingUnified Fabric10GbaseTCloud BurstIndustrial AutomationTried Tested Approved and supported solutionsPurpose of Slide Panduit is the physical layer partner for all these solutionsYou need to know that Panduit is not developing these solutions in isolation that we are part of the main stream . This shows Panduit as the physical infrastructure partner for IBM strategy of Dynamic Infrastructure, Cisco’s DC 3.0, Rockwell Integrated Architecture for industrial networking,. Then we partner with these technology partners on specific solutions for speed of deployment. Cisco/IBM on Cloud Burst, Cisco/EMC Vblock .
30 Ready Deployment to Best Practices A vision of the future Vblock EMC/ Cisco and Panduit.
32 Mapping the Logical to Physical Infrastructure Core LayerAggregation LayerAccess LayerDCZonePodPodNetwork RackPurpose of Slide is to show we go from the customers logical design to a physical deploymentThis is where you would start with your design to plan the logical deployment of Core, Aggregation layer and Access layer and server and storage layouts.Panduit maps this onto the physical deployment taking care of cable performance, cable management, air flow maximisation, cable routing, racking and cabinet deployment from reducing OPEX with a passive deployment, through to Grounding and bonding.HOT AISLEServer RackCOLD AISLEStorage RackPod
33 UPI Reference Architecture PANDUIT Reference Architectures intelligently align physical infrastructure systems to logical architectures, enabling consistent deployment of sustainable infrastructuresStandardize the deployment of core infrastructure systemsOrganize plans to achieve energy efficiency, reduce waste, and lower operating costsReproduce measurable benefits across all industries and applicationsPurpose of Slide reference architectures are repeatable and predictable.Panduit has developed UPI based reference architectures in support of data center, connected building and industrial automation solutions. To help customers design in best in class solutions that can be deployed rapidly and deliver cost-saving performance.PANDUIT Reference Architectures intelligently align physical infrastructure systems to logical architectures, enabling consistent deployment of sustainable infrastructures:Standardize the deployment of core infrastructure systemsOrganize the approach to achieve energy efficiency, reduce waste, and lower operating costsReproduce measurable benefits and results across all industries and applicationsIntegrated pre-tested solutions with industry-leading Strategic Alliance partners include Cisco, IBM, EMC, and Rockwell Automation helps increase market reach, improves quality, and reduces time to implement solutions.ExamplesData Centers- Our series of Reference Design Guides for Cisco Nexus, Catalyst, and MDS series of switches map secure, scalable, and consistent infrastructure designs to meet required bandwidth requirements and transmission speeds and optimize power and cooling efficiency.Connected Buildings- The alignment of UPI-based Connected Building Solution with the Cisco EnergyWise power command and control architecture provides Connected Building owners and developers with the tools and means to manage their overall energy consumption by connecting facility heating, air conditioning, lighting and other non-IT systems to achieve gains in power efficiency and cost reduction.Industrial Automation- The Industrial Ethernet Physical Infrastructure Reference Architecture Design Guide includes clear definitions on best practices for specifying, installing, testing, and documenting the converged, energy-efficient manufacturing network infrastructure.
34 Top of Rack (ToR) design high density versionmore than 48 ports necessary per cabinet -> dual switchlower density versionsingle switch per cabinet and redundancy over two cabinetsPurpose of Slide to show the detail in our application notes for best practice deploymentsStill have in mind – you need redundancy!So you have to connect all servers to at least 2 switches…The high density version works with 2 access layer switches in one cabinet – in the picture with separate switches for LAN and SAN – which can become one switch with the new consolidation.If you choose cross-over connections between cabinets that can become a cabling challenge which needs to be addressed in the physical designTypical servers have a dual Ethernet-port to the network and a dual FC HBA (Host Bus Adaptor) to the SANMeans 4 cables per server – with about 40 servers per rack this gives 160 cables in total and 80 must be crossed between neighbour cabinetsCommon solution from Panduit is the Overhead Cable Routing System in combination with FiberRunner.directly attached to the top of Net-Access cabinetsdedicated pathways between the cabinetsserver cabinet – rear viewserver cabinet – rear view
35 Best Practice deployment of Cisco Nexus Range Purpose of Slide Application notes on Panduit and Cisco DC 3.0 siteHere is a specific example where Panduit has worked closely with Cisco in developing a complete offering that will help facilitate the deployment of next generation technology for the Nexus family of switches. Data centers are ecosystems in which various elements create critical inter-dependencies, in this case, the relationship between the physical infrastructure and a new network architecture based around I/O consolidation. The benefits of this collaboration are realized by the end user community when they decide to deploy this new technology and they discover the ease and speed to deploy this technology configuration as a result of Panduit and Cisco working together.
36 Purpose of Slide similar for IBM on IBM s site Similarly for IBM panduit now are contributing to the physical deployment best practice for IBM solutions in their RED BOOKs
37 Physical Infrastructure Considerations Panduit solutions provide the foundation to scale up to high density deployments for future application needsCoolingPowerSpacePerformanceOperational efficienciesWhat We Focus on:Optimized CabinetsEnergy Efficient DeploymentsPassive Thermal ManagementHow We FulfillRequirements:10% more useable space15% reduction in power38% reduction in cooling costsResults:Purpose of Slide UPI is more about saving on OPEX then on new gadgetsSummarising UPI deployments we focus on the OPEX requirements and make every effort to reduce them with Passive solutions. As we go through the data centre presentation Iwe will show you examples of the savings we contribute too in Space reduction, power reduction and cooling efficency.
38 Data Center Advisory Services Health Check (Visually-based)Assess (Measurement-based)Individual services for: Cabling/Pathways/Racks,Telecoms G & B, Power and CoolingPackaged services for Virtualization, Consolidation & AutomationThermal Analysis featuring Computational Fluid DynamicsDesignData Center Physical Infrastructure DesignPanduit is building their Professional Services practice starting with the Data CenterWe are starting with an area where we are the strongest and have substantial expertise.We will be building out practices in CB and IA in the coming months to complement the DC services.38