HIGH POWER HOUSING SERVICE Tokyo Fuchu Data Center High Power Housing Service
Tokyo Fuchu Data Center is one of the largest data centers in Tokyo, and has ability to provide a maximum of 20 kVA per rack. High Power Housing Service is available based on such a powerful data center, letting you aggregate GPU/HPC servers and manage high-heat-generating, highly integrated systems.
Recommended if you are:
- Feeling restrained to have one server per rack when you want to use more GPU/HPC servers for AI or ML
- Unable to find a rack capable of housing GPU or HPC servers
- Considering integrating multiple servers by aggregating existing servers or configuring a new system
- Considering connecting GPU servers or other high performance servers to a cloud service or another data center
- Unsatisfied that you have few choices of data centers in Tokyo which offer high voltage and allow an operation of highly integrated systems
Best suited for:
- Deep Learning
- HPC / GPU
- Research institutes
- Pharmaceutical companies (for genomic analysis, etc.)
- Cloud providers (GPU hosting)
IDC Frontier is a DGX-Ready Data Center program partner.
We are equipped with ample electric power and cooling capacity to deal with demanding workloads of NVIDIA DGX systems', allowing them to operate to their extensive ability.
Ability to manage high-heat-generating, highly integrated systems
Using high performance devices such as HPC or GPU servers often imposes challenges on you operationally and financially.
HPC uses large amount of electricity, for which you would typically be forced to operate less servers on a rack than usual. Furthermore, GPU servers are often restricted by the load capacity of a rack, resulting in just one such server being mounted on it.
"Tokyo Fuchu Data Center's High Power Housing Service offers power capacity of up to 15 kVA average with a maximum of 20 kVA, as well as load capacity of up to 1,050 kg per rack.
With the service, you can use high performance devices such as HPC or GPU safely and securely."
Rear-door cooling system introduced
Hot exhaust air from high performance devices is cooled down immediately by a rear-door cooler, which is installed on a rack and handles the waste heat in a much more efficient way than the conventional cooling method of cold/hot aisle capping.
The cooling system is redundantly configured for heightened fault tolerance, which makes sure that the operational environment of highly integrated high performance devices is reliable.
[The first in Japan] Cold-aisles with rear-door coolers
The hot aisle is formed between the rear sides of two rows of racks, letting exhaust air from the racks mixed in to the aisle.
This configuration allows possible hot air exhaust left untreated by a defective rear-door cooler getting cooled in the aisle, making sure the air flow and its temperature getting into machines is unaffected and stable."
This also allows replacement of a defective cooler while the cooling system of the hot aisle containment is effective, preventing thermal runaway from occuring on high performance devices.
By combining the service with other ones or connecting to other data centers, you can build an infrastructure suitable for your purpose, such as for cost or workload reduction as well as business continuity or disaster recovery.
On-site Operation Service
IDCF's Data Center operators perform basic recovery works in the event of a failure as well as regular operational works on-site on your behalf.
Some of these works are predefined in the Basic Server Configuration or Monitoring and Operations service, others are recurring work arranged based on your requests. On-site Operation Service is a packaged service to meet your various needs and help you conduct your operations without visiting a data center.
|Biometric/ID card authentication
|Standard rack specifications
|IDCF's standard rack
(EIA-compliant universal pitch: 19 inches/47U)
|Power supply type
|Standard: AC200 V 30 A 4-system
Additional power supply: Either 100 V 30 A or 200 V 30 A can be selected.
|Average 15 kVA/rack, maximum 20 kVA/rack
|Air conditioning specifications
|Local air conditioner installed on a rack (redundantly configured)