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1 Cooling Product Positioning Baseline Positioning Regional Comparisons may vary based on climate

2 Schneider Electric 2 Chillers and Heat Rejection Air Distribution Close Coupled Cooling Room Cooling Addressing any Critical Cooling Problems From the Network Closet to the Data Center Cooling Product Portfolio

3 Schneider Electric 3 Choosing one of the Core Products Room Cooling InRow Close Coupled Cooling Uniflair EcoBreeze Chillers and Heat Rejection Uniflair Chillers

4 Schneider Electric 4 Solutions to Address Any Density Density kW / Rack Ecobreeze + Thermal containment >25 Room + Raised Floor Room + Active Air Distribution InRow InRow + Thermal containment Room + Raised Floor + Active Floor + Containment 12

5 Schneider Electric 5 Cooling Product Positioning  Financial o First Cost o Operating Cost o 3 Year TCO (Operating + First Cost)  Facility Constraints (Existing Data Centers) o Out of Capacity o Stranded Capacity o Out of Space  Qualitative Criteria o Predictability o Flexibility o Scalability

6 Schneider Electric 6 Financial Comparison  Data Center Sizes – 60, 120, 480, 1200 kW  Rack Density – 3, 6, 12, 20 kW per Rack (120 CFM/kW)  Raised Floor Air Distribution for Room Cooling – 100 Euro/ m2 ($8/ft2) o Raised Floor Pricing range from 30 Euro / m2 to 400 Euro / m2($50/ft2) o Does not consider fire suppression under floor ($4-$10/ft2)  Drop Ceiling for Room Cooling Hot Aisle Containment – 36 Euro / m2 ($4/ft2) o Based on RSMeans Cost Works Data Base – Typical Drop Ceiling o Does not consider fire suppression in drop ceiling range ($4-$10/ft2)  Active Floor for Room Cooling with CAC and raised floor for high density (12 and 20 kW per rack)  Piping costs based on RSMeans Cost Works Data Base – Steel Piping  Cost of Energy = 0.1 Euro / kWh  EcoStream Analysis Tool used to determine airflow required for each scenario

7 Schneider Electric 7 Key Outputs from financial comparison  Benefits of using containment systems  Efficiency and Operating cost differences  First Cost Impact based on size of facility  Overall 3 Total cost to make recommendations on where to start “This is a Guide, NOT a Gospel”

8 Schneider Electric 8 First Cost  Increased Capacity and Improved Capture Index  Reduced Equipment and Installation costs Benefits of Containment – Row Cooling Includes cost of piping, chiller, containment, and installation of cooling units Based on 480 kW data center. Location: St. Louis, MO, USA 5% 7% Operating Cost  Reduced number of units operating at elevated utilization (increased fan speed)  Fixing the number of cooling units between open and HAC further increases efficiency Includes Unit fan power, chiller, and pumps 1% 7%

9 Schneider Electric 9 First Cost  Higher first cost of adding containment to room cooling  Room Cooling with no raised floor and Hot Aisle Containment (HAC) most cost effective solution. Benefits of Containment – Room Cooling Based on 480 kW data center. Location: St. Louis, MO, USA Includes cost of piping, chiller, containment, and installation of cooling units 6% 10% 7% Effect of Active Air Distribution Operating Cost  HAC no raised floor ROI over raised floor o 3 kW per Rack = 3 years o 6 kW per Rack = 1.5 years  CAC with raised ROI over raised floor o 3 kW per Rack = 4.3 years o 6 kW per Rack = 2.5 years Includes Unit fan power, chiller, and pumps 12% 4%

10 Schneider Electric 10 Containment Recommendations  Always use containment for optimal TCO o Payback is immediate with close coupled cooling o 3 year ROI for Room Based Cooling improves with density  Hot Aisle Containment preferred approach for new data center builds o Improved Efficiency of the Cooling System o Flexibility to keep data center cool.  Cold Aisle Containment – Retrofit for existing data center o Flexibility to adapt to existing room cooling systems o Active floor to assist with cold air distribution from raised floor to ensure sufficient air flow is available in contained aisle. o Efficiency Gains Require elevating room temperature

11 Schneider Electric 11 Location Based on St. Louis, MO USA using annualized average power consumption 100% IT loads for Small =120 kW, Medium = 480 kW, and Large = 1,200 kW Based on 6 kW per Rack using Hot Aisle Containment Packaged Air Cooled Free Cooling Chillers with Intelligent Free Cooling Comparisons will vary based on Geographic Location ++ Annual Partial PUE Small (0-200kW) Medium (201-1MW) Large (Over 1MW) InRow with Free Cooling Chiller EcoBreeze - Modular Air Economizer with IEC Uniflair with Free Cooling Chiller Efficiency – 6kW/rack 17%18%12% Annual Cooling Energy Variation (*) 12%

12 Schneider Electric 12  Location Based on St. Louis, MO USA using annualized average power consumption  100% IT loads Small =120 kW, Medium = 480 kW, Large = 1,200 kW  Based on 12 kW per Rack using Hot Aisle Containment  Packaged Air Cooled Free Cooling Chillers with Intelligent Free Cooling  Comparisons will vary based on Geographic Location ++ Annual Partial PUE Small (0-200kW) Medium (201-1MW) Large (Over 1MW) InRow with Free Cooling Chiller EcoBreeze - Modular Air Economizer with IEC Uniflair with Free Cooling Chiller Efficiency – 12kW/rack 17% 16%14% Annual Cooling Energy Variation (*)

13 Schneider Electric 13 First Cost – 6kW/rack  Location Based on St. Louis, MO USA using average market cost  based on the following IT loads Small =120 kW, Medium = 480 kW, Large = 1,200 kW  Based on 6 kW per Rack using Hot Aisle Containment  Packaged Air Cooled Free Cooling Chillers with Intelligent Free Cooling  Comparisons will vary based on Geographic Location ++ CAPEX Comparison Small (0-200kW) Medium (201-1MW) Large (Over 1MW) InRow with Free Cooling Chiller EcoBreeze - Modular Air Economizer with IEC Uniflair with Free Cooling Chiller

14 Schneider Electric 14  Location Based on St. Louis, MO USA using average market cost  based on the following IT loads Small =120 kW, Medium = 480 kW, Large = 1,200 kW  Based on 12 kW per Rack using Hot Aisle Containment  Packaged Air Cooled Free Cooling Chillers with Intelligent Free Cooling  Comparisons will vary based on Geographic Location ++ CAPEX Comparison Small (0-200kW) Medium (201-1MW) Large (Over 1MW) InRow with Free Cooling Chiller EcoBreeze - Modular Air Economizer with IEC Uniflair with Free Cooling Chiller First Cost – 12kW/rack

15 Schneider Electric 15 3 Year TCO Density kW / Rack >2512 Small Medium Large Close Coupled InRow Room Cooling Uniflair Room Cooling EcoBreeze 200kW 500kW 1 MW  Location Based on St. Louis, MO USA. Includes complete cost of cooling system including chillers, piping, containment, etc..  Row, Room, and EcoBreeze Products work from low to high density when using containment  Some Scenarios are close and climate will impact 3 year cost based on Economizer hours for EcoBreeze

16 Schneider Electric 16 Uniflair Flexibility of Raised Floor Room Level Control Co-location Typical Applications Density kW / Rack >25 12 Small Medium Large 200kW 500kW 1 MW+  Overlap in the typical applications due to a mix of decision factor  Predictability, Modularity, Scalability, Flexibility, Green InRow Scalability with ISX Predictability at the rack and row level High Density Zones in Larger Data Centers EcoBreeze Drive to be Green and reduce CO 2 Highest Efficiency

17 Schneider Electric 17 Existing Data Center – Where to Start Out of Capacity Stranded Capacity / Existing room cooling Low Density 0-6 kW per Rack High Density > 6 kW per Rack Add Room CoolingCold Aisle Containment Close Coupled Cooling Zone for Rack Expansion or Existing Racks (See White Paper 134) Cold Aisle Containment + Active Floor Air Removal Unit or Vertical Exhaust Duct(VDE) IT Load to be Deployed EcoBreeze May be challenging for Existing Facilities and will need careful evaluation

18 Schneider Electric 18 Product Trade-Offs - Uniflair UniFlair  Benefits o Flexibility to handle racked and non-racked IT equipment o Easily Deploy in existing raised floor environments o Integrated redundancy on the electrical sections with double power supply o Possibility to optimize the airflow based on the operating conditions (AFPS) o Low first cost o Complete integration with the Uniflair chillers with dynamic optimization of the operating parameters o Cooling equipment is located on perimeter of the room or in corridors outside of the data center o Build to order units – configurable to specific customer requirements  Considerations to Implementation o Typically installed with raised floor o Supplemental air distribution and fans systems may be required to address high density o Requires space and provisions to connect to heat rejection system (Chiller, condenser, cooling tower, fluid cooler, ect..) located in mechanical room or outdoors.

19 Schneider Electric 19 Product Trade-Offs - InRow InRow  Benefits o Predictable airflow patterns as a result of close coupling easily enables higher densities o Rack inlet temperature control ensures temperatures to servers are maintained 7x24x365 o Redundancy and capacity sharing between units using Active Response Controls o Integrated redundancy on the electrical sections with double power supply o Integrated cooling module as part of ISX for modular, scalable, and manageable data center o Independent of a raised floor o Flexibility for floor mount or overhead installation to address facility constraints o Standardized units typically available in stock for quick delivery  Considerations to Implementation o Cooling equipment adjacent to IT equipment - water or refrigerant in the row o Typically requires more cooling units increasing connection points & cost o Requires space and provisions to connect to heat rejection system (Chiller, condenser, cooling tower, fluid cooler, ect.) located in mechanical room or outdoors.

20 Schneider Electric 20 Product Trade-Offs - Chillers Chillers  Benefits o Complete package solution with integrated free-cooling system and onboard hydronic module o Integrated redundancy on the refrigerant, hydraulic and electrical sections (integrated ATS, double pump/s…) o Complete integration with the Uniflair units with dynamic optimization of the operating parameters o Self optimization of all the installed chillers o Build to order units – configurable to specific customer requirements o Containerized cooling module: completely integrated free-cooling solution in a fully equipped (hydraulical&electrical) container  Considerations to Implementation o Requires clearances around the unit for maintenance o Low temperatures installations operate with glycol mixtures o Installation and sizing of interconnecting piping, valves, and other hydronic systems is required.

21 Schneider Electric 21 Product Trade-Offs - EcoBreeze EcoBreeze  Benefits o Highest efficiency – maximizes free cooling hours in most climates o No additional heat rejection systems required o Located outside of the data center freeing up white space o Built in modularity allows scalability of cooling capacity with demand.  Considerations to Implementation o requires space outdoors next to the building or on a roof in close proximity to the data center o Must accommodate space for supply and return duct systems within the building to and from the data center

22 Schneider Electric 22 Summary  Schneider-Electric has a complete offer of cooling solutions to address any IT environment from the Network Closet to the Data Center  For optimal 3 Year TCO o InRow for Smaller IT Loads o Uniflair room cooling for Medium IT Loads o EcoBreeze for Large IT Loads  There are many criteria and trade-offs that need to be considered for the customer best cooling solution


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