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ANSI/BICSI 002, Data Center Design and Implementation Best Practices Rick Ciordia, PE, RCDD, DCDC, RTPM, CT ETTG, PSC. CALA District Chair - BICSI BICSI International Standards Program • Develop standards within all facets of Information & Communications Technology (ICT) infrastructure design and installation • Details: – Over 450 member worldwide – Accredited by ANSI – Develops international open to use/“royalty free” standards and best practices BICSI Standards Within ICT IEEE Defines the message and transmission characteristics ISO/IEC & TIA Defines the transmission media and system specifications BICSI Defines how to design solutions using transmission media and systems Standards Development Cycle Industry Needs Technology Trends Designers Suppliers Clients Idea to Consensus Body Use Draft Consensus Ballot Review of Results BICSI Published Standards • Building/Facilities – K12 / Primary Education Facilities (001) – Data Centers (002)** – Healthcare Facilities (004) • Systems – ESS (005)* – DAS (006)** • Installation – Cable Installation (NECA/BICSI 568) – ICT Bonding and Grounding (NECA/BICSI 607)* • Other – BIM for ICT (003) * Available in Spanish ** Translation into Spanish planned or in progress Current Activities New Standards • DAS Design – Moving to publication • ICT Systems for Intelligent Buildings • OSP Installation and Construction – General Principles – Aerial Pathway Revision Activities • Revision to BICSI 005, ESS – IP Fire Alarm • Revision to BICSI 001, Educational Facilities – Expanded scope to include secondary, graduate, post-graduate facilities About ANSI (American National Standards Institute) • Promotes standards use within United States • Accreditation body – Standards Development – Credentialing Bodies (ISO 17024) – Testing Laboratories (ISO 17025) • Ensures open and unbiased standards development processes • Does not create standards Reach of BICSI Standards ANSI/BICSI 002-2014 Data Center Design and Implementation Best Practices Data Center Standards ISO/IEC 24764 (2010) ANSI/TIA-942-A (2012) Information technology — Generic cabling systems for data centres Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for Data Centers 44 pages 118 pages CENELEC EN 50173-07 / A12 ANSI/BICSI 002-2014 Information technology — Generic cabling systems - Part 5: Data centres 48 pages Data Center Design and Implementation Best Practices 534 pages CENELEC EN 50600 (2012-) ASHRAE TC9.9 (2012) Information technology — Data centre facilities and infrastructures Thermal Guidelines for Data Processing Environments, 3rd edition Multiple Documents 150 pages Comparing the Data Center Standards • Data Center Design – BICSI 002, CENELEC 50600 • Computer Room and Cabling Infrastructure – TIA 942-A • Cabling Infrastructure – ISO/IEC 24764, CENELEC EN 50173-5 • Environmental Conditions – ASHRAE TC 9.9 • Others – Local / Country – Certifications Design Standard - CENELEC 50600 EN 50600-1 (2012) General Concepts 32 Pages EN 50600-2-1 (2014) Building Construction 36 Pages EN 50600-2-2 (2014) Power Distribution 40 Pages EN 50600-2-3 (2014) Environmental Control 32 Pages EN 50600-2-4 Telecommunications Cabling Infrastructure EN 50600-2-5 Security Systems EN 50600-2-6 Management and Operational Information BICSI 002, Data Center Design and Implementation Best Practices • More than just cabling • Expands requirements from other standards • Covers additional topics not within other standards BICSI 002-2014 Breakdown Security 14% Other 7% Cabling / Networks 22% Site / Building 18% Electrical 26% HVAC / Mechanical 13% Represents 408 pages of normative content across 13 sections Content Revision and Expansions • • • • • • Availability Classes Modular Data Centers* Hot/Cold Aisles Mechanical Systems* DCIM* Circuit Maps and DC Power • Cabinet Airflow and Cabling Capacity • “Green” / Efficiency* • Building Structure • Site Hazards • Data Center Services Outsourcing Model* • Bonding & Grounding • Commissioning • Network Security* • Telecommunications Cabling • (And More …) * Indicates all new content to this edition BICSI Design Classes and Selection Methodology Finding the Right Design • Methodologies include: – Loss prevention vs. initial build cost – Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) – Desired availability level • All provide a starting point for design requirements BICSI Design Class Determination • Based on three questions 1. • Answers will indicate design class for starting point of requirements Interaction of Answers Define Operational Requirements Define Operational Availability Requirements Identify Required Availability Class Define Impact of Downtime BICSI DC Design Classes • Class 0: Single path, and fails to meet one or more criteria of Class 1 • Class 1: Single path • Class 2: Single path with redundant components • Class 3: Concurrently maintainable & operable • Class 4: Fault tolerant Availability Class Prefixes • Class Fx: Facility (Electrical & Mechanical) • Class Cx: Cable Plant • Class Nx: Network Infrastructure • Class Sx: Data Processing and Storage Systems • Class Ax: Applications Class F1 Electrical Example Utility Transfer Switchgear Alternate Power Source Electrical Distribution UPS Maintenance Bypass Static Bypass Mechanical Switchgear PDU Critical Loads Non-Critical Loads Mechanical Loads Class F2 Electrical Example Utility Transfer Switchgear Alternate Power Source N Alternate Power Source 1 Electrical Distribution Static Bypass UPS UPS N 1 Mechanical Switchgear Maintenance Bypass PDU Critical Loads Non-Critical Loads Mechanical Loads Electrical Class F3 Alternate Power Source N Alternate Power Source Transfer Switchgear Utility 1 Electrical Distribution Electrical Distribution Static Bypass UPS UPS N 1 Mechanical Switchgear Mechanical Switchgear Mechanical Loads Maintenance Bypass Mechanical Loads Output Distribution Switchboard Alternate Switchboard Critical Mechanical Switchgear PDU Non-Critical Loads Critical Mechanical Switchgear Critical Fans/Pumps Critical Loads PDU Non-Critical Loads Electrical Class F4 Alternate Power Source N Transfer Switchgear Alternate 1 Power Source Utility Static Bypass UPS N 1 Mechanical Switchgear Maintenance Bypass Mechanical Switchgear Mechanical Loads UPS UPS N 1 Static Bypass Maintenance Bypass Output Distribution Switchboard Output Distribution Switchboard Critical Mechanical Switchgear PDU Alternate 1 Power Source Electrical Distribution Electrical Distribution UPS Alternate N Power Source Transfer Switchgear Critical Mechanical Switchgear Critical Fans/Pumps Non-Critical Loads PDU Non-Critical Loads Critical Loads Class F4 Electrical “Catcher” Utility Utility High Voltage Receiving 2 High Voltage Receiving 3 High to Medium Voltage Transformer 2 Switchgear High Voltage Receiving 1 High to Medium Voltage Transformer 1 Alternate Power Source 1 Alternate N Power Source Medium Voltage Distribution 2 Medium Voltage Distribution 1 Normal UPS N Standby UPS Normal UPS 1 N Stand-by Overlap Switch (Manual) Main To Mechanical Systems See Section 10 for configuration of mechanical systems PDU-A Non-Critical Loads Source 2 Source 2 Source 1 Source 1 Source 2 Source 2 Source 1 Source 2 Source 1 Main 1 Source 1 Static Bypass Input N Standby UPS Medium Voltage Electrical Distribution 2 Static Bypass Input Normal UPS Static Bypass Input Source 1 Source 2 Medium Voltage Electrical Distribution 1 Standby UPS 1 Stand-by Overlap Switch (Manual) PDU-B Critical Loads Non-Critical Loads Telecommunication Classes Service Provider Service Provider Service Provider Service Provider Class C4 C2 C1 C3 Maintenance Hole Maintenance Hole Entrance Room Entrance Room Offices, Operations Center, Support Rooms Computer Room Telecomunicaciones Room Main Dist Area Horiz Dist Area Main Dist Area Horiz Dist Area Zone Dist Zone Dist Area Area Horiz Dist Area Horiz Dist Area Zone Dist Area Equip Dist Area Equip Dist Area Equip Dist Area Equip Dist Area Equip Dist Area Equip Dist Area Equip Dist Area Equip Dist Area ITE ITE ITE ITE ITE ITE ITE ITE Only required for large computer rooms due to port counts or distance limitations Air-Cooled Condenser (Dry-Cooler) Chiller Air-Cooled Condensers (Dry-Coolers) Chiller Chiller CRAH CRAH Mechanical Class F1 F2 • No Redundant redundancy critical present components • All power feeds from common upstream distribution • Only No ability redundant to be maintained under components able to load be maintained under load Air-Cooled Condensers (Dry-Coolers) Air-Cooled Condensers (Dry-Coolers) Chiller Chiller Mechanical Class F3 F4 • • • Chiller Chiller Chiller CRAH CRAH Redundant equipment Redundancy in all areasand piping for maintenance Equipment and controls with redundant Power feed so that systems cooling fed from different capacity does not electrical drop distribution below "N" when or • maintaining Maintainablemechanical when actions upstream electrical do not reduce cooling distribution capacity below "N 1" • Maintainable when actions do not decrease cooling capacity below "N" Class N0/N1 and N4 Network Class S4 System and A4 Application Availability and Multi-Site Data Centers • Prior to virtualization, subclasses aligned through data center • Today, a single data center may not have alignment • Availability class methodology can in discussions about using multiple data centers to achieve availability target Example: Class 3 Availability Using Three Class 2 Data Centers Modular Data Center Design • Modular may describe: – How a data center is segmented – Method of construction/implementation • Both can assist in allowing for different availability needs for one site Modular/Containerized Data Center Space Adjacencies F4 F3 F2 Modular Design Planning Aides BICSI-002, 2014 Supplement Are BICSI & Uptime Similar? How much downtime per year will be allowed for maintenance? During scheduled operation, what is the maximum allowed downtime? • ANSI/BICSI 002-2014 This standard provides a reference of common terminology and design practice … a framework for the process to determine facility criticality and to develop optimum design & implementation solutions • Uptime Tiers “Only data center benchmarking system developed by and for data center owners Performance-based on fundamental concepts – Not a checklist, design menu, or cookbook” Source: Uptime Institute: Tier Classification System & Operational Sustainability presented by Dana Smith, Director of Development, Uptime Institute at BICSI Andino 2012 Standards BICSI Colombia o NTC-6064 - Tecnología de la Información.  Especifica el cableado genérico para uso dentro de instalaciones que pueden comprender una o varias edificaciones en un predio (campus).  Comprende el cableado balanceado y el cableado de fibra óptica.  Referencia: ISO/IEC 11801 Colombia (Cont.) o RITEL - Reglamento Técnico para Redes Internas de Telecomunicaciones  Establece las medidas relacionadas con el diseño/ construcción y puesta en servicio de las redes internas de telecomunicaciones.  Referencia: ISO/IEC 11801 Costa Rica o Colegio Federado de Ingenieros y Arquitectos  Todos los planos de instalaciones eléctricas y de telecomunicaciones, de voz y datos deberán cumplir donde corresponda con:  El NEC Código Eléctrico Nacional (NFPA 70) en su última versión en español.  NFPA 70 E “Norma para la seguridad eléctrica de los empleados en los lugares de trabajo”, en su última versión en español.  Las últimas revisiones y adenda aprobados de las normas ANSI/EIA/TIA 568, 569, 570, 606, 607. Mexico o NMX-I-108-NYCE-2006, Telecomunicaciones – Cableado – Cableado estructurado – Puesta a tierra en sistemas de telecomunicaciones o NMX-I-132-NYCE-2006, Telecomunicaciones – Cableado – Cableado estructurado – Especificaciones de las pruebas de cableado balanceado – Parte 01: Cableado instalado o NMX-I-154-NYCE-2008, Telecomunicaciones – Cableado – Cableado estructurado – Cableado genérico residencial o NMX-I-248-NYCE-2008, Telecomunicaciones – Cableado – Cableado estructurado – Cableado de Telecomunicaciones para edificios comerciales – Especificaciones y métodos de prueba o NMX-I-279-NYCE-2009, Telecomunicaciones - Cableado - Cableado estructurado - Canalizaciones y espacios para cableado de telecomunicaciones en edificios comerciales Mexico (Cont.) o NMX-I-14763-1-NYCE-2010, Telecomunicaciones – Cableado – Cableado estructurado – Implementación y operación de cableado en edificios comerciales – Parte 1: Administración o NMX-I-24764-NYCE-2013, Tecnología de la información – Sistema de cableado genérico para centros de datos o NMX-J-364/I-ANCE-2011, Instalaciones eléctricas – Parte 1: Principios fundamentales, planeación de características generales, definiciones o NMX-J-C-I-489-ANCE-ONNCCE-NYCE-2014, Centros de datos de alto desempeño sustentable y energético – Requisitos y métodos de comprobación o NOM-001-SEDE-2012, Instalaciones Eléctricas (Utilización) ANCE - Asociación Nacional de Normalización y Certificación del Sector Eléctrico NMX - Norma Mexicana NOM - Norma Oficial Mexicana NYCE - Normalización y Certificación Electrónica ONNCCE - Organismo Nacional de Normalización y Certificación de la Construcción y Edificación Standards In Use Country Chile Colombia Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Mexico Panama Peru Puerto Rico Republica Dominicana Uruguay Venezuela Notes: NEC TIA RL RLN X R X X X X X RN R ISO X R X X X X X X X BICSI X X X X X X X X X X Uptime ICREA National X X RN X X RN X R X Other X RL X R X = Being Used Not Required R = Required by law, regulation, etc. RLN = NEC version adopted as national X R RN = National Version RL = National Version based on NEC DC Standards Organization BICSI TIA Standard BICSI 002 (2014) TIA 942A (2012) Areas Covered Recognition ISO ISO 24764 EN 50173-5 (2010) / EN 50600 US /Canada Worldwide Worldwide (Int’l) Electrical Yes Mechanical Yes Telecom Yes Yes Environment Yes Yes Site Yes Security Yes CENELEC EU (Int’l) ASHRAE ICREA ASHRAE TC9.9 ICREA-Std131-2013 US/Canada (Int’l) Int’l (21 Countries) Yes Yes Yes Yes Draft Yes Draft Yes Yes Yes Yes Planned Interoperability (BICSI 002-2014) Data Center Government Regulations Electrical Code Building Code Fire Code Electrical Standards Cabling Standards Cabling Spaces Standards Environmental Conditions Building System Standards Security Standards Industry Government Canada, Government FCC, OSHA Labour Regulations Program (BICSI 002-2014) Rica Costa States United Colombia Canada Interoperability Demonstrated CSA Electrical NFPA C22.1 70 (NEC) Code (CEC) National Building Code Code of Canada (NBC) International Building Government Building Code (IBC) National Fire Fire Code of Canada Government, NFPA 1, Code NFPA NFPA 72 (NFC) Electrical IEEE, IEEE, CSA, NFPA, Standards NFPA IEEE NECA Cabling RITEL, TIAStandards 568 ISO Cabling Spaces TIAISO 942Standards Environmental ASHRAE Conditions Building TIA 862, System ISO AHSRAE Standards 13 NFPA, RCMP, Security Government, Government ASIS, Government, Standards Government ISOISO Why BICSI 002? ” “¡Si fallas en planificar, estas planificando fallar! ANSI/BICSI 002, Data Center Design and Implementation Best Practices Rick Ciordia, PE, RCDD, DCDC, RTPM, CT ETTG, PSC. CALA District Chair - BICSI BICSI International Standards Program • Develop standards within all facets of Information & Communications Technology (ICT) infrastructure design and installation • Details: – Over 450 member worldwide – Accredited by ANSI – Develops international open to use/“royalty free” standards and best practices BICSI Standards Within ICT IEEE Defines the message and transmission characteristics ISO/IEC & TIA Defines the transmission media and system specifications BICSI Defines how to design solutions using transmission media and systems Standards Development Cycle Industry Needs Technology Trends Designers Suppliers Clients Idea to Consensus Body Use Draft Consensus Ballot Review of Results BICSI Published Standards • Building/Facilities – K12 / Primary Education Facilities (001) – Data Centers (002)** – Healthcare Facilities (004) • Systems – ESS (005)* – DAS (006)** • Installation – Cable Installation (NECA/BICSI 568) – ICT Bonding and Grounding (NECA/BICSI 607)* • Other – BIM for ICT (003) * Available in Spanish ** Translation into Spanish planned or in progress Current Activities New Standards • DAS Design – Moving to publication • ICT Systems for Intelligent Buildings • OSP Installation and Construction – General Principles – Aerial Pathway Revision Activities • Revision to BICSI 005, ESS – IP Fire Alarm • Revision to BICSI 001, Educational Facilities – Expanded scope to include secondary, graduate, post-graduate facilities About ANSI (American National Standards Institute) • Promotes standards use within United States • Accreditation body – Standards Development – Credentialing Bodies (ISO 17024) – Testing Laboratories (ISO 17025) • Ensures open and unbiased standards development processes • Does not create standards Reach of BICSI Standards ANSI/BICSI 002-2014 Data Center Design and Implementation Best Practices Data Center Standards ISO/IEC 24764 (2010) ANSI/TIA-942-A (2012) Information technology — Generic cabling systems for data centres Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for Data Centers 44 pages 118 pages CENELEC EN 50173-07 / A12 ANSI/BICSI 002-2014 Information technology — Generic cabling systems - Part 5: Data centres 48 pages Data Center Design and Implementation Best Practices 534 pages CENELEC EN 50600 (2012-) ASHRAE TC9.9 (2012) Information technology — Data centre facilities and infrastructures Thermal Guidelines for Data Processing Environments, 3rd edition Multiple Documents 150 pages Comparing the Data Center Standards • Data Center Design – BICSI 002, CENELEC 50600 • Computer Room and Cabling Infrastructure – TIA 942-A • Cabling Infrastructure – ISO/IEC 24764, CENELEC EN 50173-5 • Environmental Conditions – ASHRAE TC 9.9 • Others – Local / Country – Certifications Design Standard - CENELEC 50600 EN 50600-1 (2012) General Concepts 32 Pages EN 50600-2-1 (2014) Building Construction 36 Pages EN 50600-2-2 (2014) Power Distribution 40 Pages EN 50600-2-3 (2014) Environmental Control 32 Pages EN 50600-2-4 Telecommunications Cabling Infrastructure EN 50600-2-5 Security Systems EN 50600-2-6 Management and Operational Information BICSI 002, Data Center Design and Implementation Best Practices • More than just cabling • Expands requirements from other standards • Covers additional topics not within other standards BICSI 002-2014 Breakdown Security 14% Other 7% Cabling / Networks 22% Site / Building 18% Electrical 26% HVAC / Mechanical 13% Represents 408 pages of normative content across 13 sections Content Revision and Expansions • • • • • • Availability Classes Modular Data Centers* Hot/Cold Aisles Mechanical Systems* DCIM* Circuit Maps and DC Power • Cabinet Airflow and Cabling Capacity • “Green” / Efficiency* • Building Structure • Site Hazards • Data Center Services Outsourcing Model* • Bonding & Grounding • Commissioning • Network Security* • Telecommunications Cabling • (And More …) * Indicates all new content to this edition BICSI Design Classes and Selection Methodology Finding the Right Design • Methodologies include: – Loss prevention vs. initial build cost – Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) – Desired availability level • All provide a starting point for design requirements BICSI Design Class Determination • Based on three questions 1. • Answers will indicate design class for starting point of requirements Interaction of Answers Define Operational Requirements Define Operational Availability Requirements Identify Required Availability Class Define Impact of Downtime BICSI DC Design Classes • Class 0: Single path, and fails to meet one or more criteria of Class 1 • Class 1: Single path • Class 2: Single path with redundant components • Class 3: Concurrently maintainable & operable • Class 4: Fault tolerant Availability Class Prefixes • Class Fx: Facility (Electrical & Mechanical) • Class Cx: Cable Plant • Class Nx: Network Infrastructure • Class Sx: Data Processing and Storage Systems • Class Ax: Applications Class F1 Electrical Example Utility Transfer Switchgear Alternate Power Source Electrical Distribution UPS Maintenance Bypass Static Bypass Mechanical Switchgear PDU Critical Loads Non-Critical Loads Mechanical Loads Class F2 Electrical Example Utility Transfer Switchgear Alternate Power Source N Alternate Power Source 1 Electrical Distribution Static Bypass UPS UPS N 1 Mechanical Switchgear Maintenance Bypass PDU Critical Loads Non-Critical Loads Mechanical Loads Electrical Class F3 Alternate Power Source N Alternate Power Source Transfer Switchgear Utility 1 Electrical Distribution Electrical Distribution Static Bypass UPS UPS N 1 Mechanical Switchgear Mechanical Switchgear Mechanical Loads Maintenance Bypass Mechanical Loads Output Distribution Switchboard Alternate Switchboard Critical Mechanical Switchgear PDU Non-Critical Loads Critical Mechanical Switchgear Critical Fans/Pumps Critical Loads PDU Non-Critical Loads Electrical Class F4 Alternate Power Source N Transfer Switchgear Alternate 1 Power Source Utility Static Bypass UPS N 1 Mechanical Switchgear Maintenance Bypass Mechanical Switchgear Mechanical Loads UPS UPS N 1 Static Bypass Maintenance Bypass Output Distribution Switchboard Output Distribution Switchboard Critical Mechanical Switchgear PDU Alternate 1 Power Source Electrical Distribution Electrical Distribution UPS Alternate N Power Source Transfer Switchgear Critical Mechanical Switchgear Critical Fans/Pumps Non-Critical Loads PDU Non-Critical Loads Critical Loads Class F4 Electrical “Catcher” Utility Utility High Voltage Receiving 2 High Voltage Receiving 3 High to Medium Voltage Transformer 2 Switchgear High Voltage Receiving 1 High to Medium Voltage Transformer 1 Alternate Power Source 1 Alternate N Power Source Medium Voltage Distribution 2 Medium Voltage Distribution 1 Normal UPS N Standby UPS Normal UPS 1 N Stand-by Overlap Switch (Manual) Main To Mechanical Systems See Section 10 for configuration of mechanical systems PDU-A Non-Critical Loads Source 2 Source 2 Source 1 Source 1 Source 2 Source 2 Source 1 Source 2 Source 1 Main 1 Source 1 Static Bypass Input N Standby UPS Medium Voltage Electrical Distribution 2 Static Bypass Input Normal UPS Static Bypass Input Source 1 Source 2 Medium Voltage Electrical Distribution 1 Standby UPS 1 Stand-by Overlap Switch (Manual) PDU-B Critical Loads Non-Critical Loads Telecommunication Classes Service Provider Service Provider Service Provider Service Provider Class C4 C2 C1 C3 Maintenance Hole Maintenance Hole Entrance Room Entrance Room Offices, Operations Center, Support Rooms Computer Room Telecomunicaciones Room Main Dist Area Horiz Dist Area Main Dist Area Horiz Dist Area Zone Dist Zone Dist Area Area Horiz Dist Area Horiz Dist Area Zone Dist Area Equip Dist Area Equip Dist Area Equip Dist Area Equip Dist Area Equip Dist Area Equip Dist Area Equip Dist Area Equip Dist Area ITE ITE ITE ITE ITE ITE ITE ITE Only required for large computer rooms due to port counts or distance limitations Air-Cooled Condenser (Dry-Cooler) Chiller Air-Cooled Condensers (Dry-Coolers) Chiller Chiller CRAH CRAH Mechanical Class F1 F2 • No Redundant redundancy critical present components • All power feeds from common upstream distribution • Only No ability redundant to be maintained under components able to load be maintained under load Air-Cooled Condensers (Dry-Coolers) Air-Cooled Condensers (Dry-Coolers) Chiller Chiller Mechanical Class F3 F4 • • • Chiller Chiller Chiller CRAH CRAH Redundant equipment Redundancy in all areasand piping for maintenance Equipment and controls with redundant Power feed so that systems cooling fed from different capacity does not electrical drop distribution below "N" when or • maintaining Maintainablemechanical when actions upstream electrical do not reduce cooling distribution capacity below "N 1" • Maintainable when actions do not decrease cooling capacity below "N" Class N0/N1 and N4 Network Class S4 System and A4 Application Availability and Multi-Site Data Centers • Prior to virtualization, subclasses aligned through data center • Today, a single data center may not have alignment • Availability class methodology can in discussions about using multiple data centers to achieve availability target Example: Class 3 Availability Using Three Class 2 Data Centers Modular Data Center Design • Modular may describe: – How a data center is segmented – Method of construction/implementation • Both can assist in allowing for different availability needs for one site Modular/Containerized Data Center Space Adjacencies F4 F3 F2 Modular Design Planning Aides BICSI-002, 2014 Supplement Are BICSI & Uptime Similar? How much downtime per year will be allowed for maintenance? During scheduled operation, what is the maximum allowed downtime? • ANSI/BICSI 002-2014 This standard provides a reference of common terminology and design practice … a framework for the process to determine facility criticality and to develop optimum design & implementation solutions • Uptime Tiers “Only data center benchmarking system developed by and for data center owners Performance-based on fundamental concepts – Not a checklist, design menu, or cookbook” Source: Uptime Institute: Tier Classification System & Operational Sustainability presented by Dana Smith, Director of Development, Uptime Institute at BICSI Andino 2012 Standards BICSI Colombia o NTC-6064 - Tecnología de la Información.  Especifica el cableado genérico para uso dentro de instalaciones que pueden comprender una o varias edificaciones en un predio (campus).  Comprende el cableado balanceado y el cableado de fibra óptica.  Referencia: ISO/IEC 11801 Colombia (Cont.) o RITEL - Reglamento Técnico para Redes Internas de Telecomunicaciones  Establece las medidas relacionadas con el diseño/ construcción y puesta en servicio de las redes internas de telecomunicaciones.  Referencia: ISO/IEC 11801 Costa Rica o Colegio Federado de Ingenieros y Arquitectos  Todos los planos de instalaciones eléctricas y de telecomunicaciones, de voz y datos deberán cumplir donde corresponda con:  El NEC Código Eléctrico Nacional (NFPA 70) en su última versión en español.  NFPA 70 E “Norma para la seguridad eléctrica de los empleados en los lugares de trabajo”, en su última versión en español.  Las últimas revisiones y adenda aprobados de las normas ANSI/EIA/TIA 568, 569, 570, 606, 607. Mexico o NMX-I-108-NYCE-2006, Telecomunicaciones – Cableado – Cableado estructurado – Puesta a tierra en sistemas de telecomunicaciones o NMX-I-132-NYCE-2006, Telecomunicaciones – Cableado – Cableado estructurado – Especificaciones de las pruebas de cableado balanceado – Parte 01: Cableado instalado o NMX-I-154-NYCE-2008, Telecomunicaciones – Cableado – Cableado estructurado – Cableado genérico residencial o NMX-I-248-NYCE-2008, Telecomunicaciones – Cableado – Cableado estructurado – Cableado de Telecomunicaciones para edificios comerciales – Especificaciones y métodos de prueba o NMX-I-279-NYCE-2009, Telecomunicaciones - Cableado - Cableado estructurado - Canalizaciones y espacios para cableado de telecomunicaciones en edificios comerciales Mexico (Cont.) o NMX-I-14763-1-NYCE-2010, Telecomunicaciones – Cableado – Cableado estructurado – Implementación y operación de cableado en edificios comerciales – Parte 1: Administración o NMX-I-24764-NYCE-2013, Tecnología de la información – Sistema de cableado genérico para centros de datos o NMX-J-364/I-ANCE-2011, Instalaciones eléctricas – Parte 1: Principios fundamentales, planeación de características generales, definiciones o NMX-J-C-I-489-ANCE-ONNCCE-NYCE-2014, Centros de datos de alto desempeño sustentable y energético – Requisitos y métodos de comprobación o NOM-001-SEDE-2012, Instalaciones Eléctricas (Utilización) ANCE - Asociación Nacional de Normalización y Certificación del Sector Eléctrico NMX - Norma Mexicana NOM - Norma Oficial Mexicana NYCE - Normalización y Certificación Electrónica ONNCCE - Organismo Nacional de Normalización y Certificación de la Construcción y Edificación Standards In Use Country Chile Colombia Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Mexico Panama Peru Puerto Rico Republica Dominicana Uruguay Venezuela Notes: NEC TIA RL RLN X R X X X X X RN R ISO X R X X X X X X X BICSI X X X X X X X X X X Uptime ICREA National X X RN X X RN X R X Other X RL X R X = Being Used Not Required R = Required by law, regulation, etc. RLN = NEC version adopted as national X R RN = National Version RL = National Version based on NEC DC Standards Organization BICSI TIA Standard BICSI 002 (2014) TIA 942A (2012) Areas Covered Recognition ISO ISO 24764 EN 50173-5 (2010) / EN 50600 US /Canada Worldwide Worldwide (Int’l) Electrical Yes Mechanical Yes Telecom Yes Yes Environment Yes Yes Site Yes Security Yes CENELEC EU (Int’l) ASHRAE ICREA ASHRAE TC9.9 ICREA-Std131-2013 US/Canada (Int’l) Int’l (21 Countries) Yes Yes Yes Yes Draft Yes Draft Yes Yes Yes Yes Planned Interoperability (BICSI 002-2014) Data Center Government Regulations Electrical Code Building Code Fire Code Electrical Standards Cabling Standards Cabling Spaces Standards Environmental Conditions Building System Standards Security Standards Industry Government Canada, Government FCC, OSHA Labour Regulations Program (BICSI 002-2014) Rica Costa States United Colombia Canada Interoperability Demonstrated CSA Electrical NFPA C22.1 70 (NEC) Code (CEC) National Building Code Code of Canada (NBC) International Building Government Building Code (IBC) National Fire Fire Code of Canada Government, NFPA 1, Code NFPA NFPA 72 (NFC) Electrical IEEE, IEEE, CSA, NFPA, Standards NFPA IEEE NECA Cabling RITEL, TIAStandards 568 ISO Cabling Spaces TIAISO 942Standards Environmental ASHRAE Conditions Building TIA 862, System ISO AHSRAE Standards 13 NFPA, RCMP, Security Government, Government ASIS, Government, Standards Government ISOISO Why BICSI 002? ” “¡Si fallas en planificar, estas planificando fallar!

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