+49 (0) 211 - 617 08 - 0

The transformer equipment of our data centres is supplied by a ring-shaped connection to the medium voltage grid of Düsseldorf public services. Even in case of an outage in one electrical connection, this form of connection still ensures a supply of electricity from the grid of the energy supplier.

In the event that a power outage occurs anyway, pre-heated diesel generators are immediately activated and supply the battery-buffered UPS systems present in every data centre area with power again. This guarantees the power supply for the infrastructures of our customers at all times. Through stockpiles of diesel fuel and agreements with suppliers, even longer-lasting power failures can be overcome, without any interruptions to the power supply of the data centre.

A building management system ensures that all infrastructure systems, such as air conditioning, power supply and security systems are monitored and controlled. On top of that a second, independent system checks all the relevant parameters and notifies our technicians and service providers promptly in case of errors.

Ring-shaped connection to the 10kV network

A ring-shaped connection of the medium voltage network of Stadtwerke Düsseldorf provides the own transformer facilities of data centres

Up to 10 kW power connection

The data centre surfaces will receive up to 10 kW power cable per square meter. This equips the data centre with sufficient power.

UPS and power supply replacement equipment

If there is a power outage, our ups and power supply replacement equipment kick in and provide the data centres - in the event of disconnection - with continued power.

Fuel supply during extended outages

The UPS and power supply replacement equipment ensure a sufficient supply of diesel fuel to continue to deliver power in major outages of the energy provider..

Double performance of the supply lines

The cables of the power supply are duplicated, so also if damaged they can still provide data centres with energy.

24/7 monitoring of the infrastructure

The complete power supply is monitored around the clock. Should there be problems, the appropriate technician will be notified immediately.