TECHNOLOGY FOR THE NEXT ERA OF CLOUD COMPUTING
Miniaturized Hyperscale Datacenters:
Hyperscale Cloud Capacity Wherever Needed
Why spend weeks or months fitting out each conventional datacenter aisle with dozens of server racks, servers, network equipment, data cables, and power?
NOTICE: The information on this website is intended for companies who operate cloud computing resources at hyperscale, which may include cloud service providers, infrastructure providers, and datacenter operators, including large enterprises. Here, the typical entry level for a company at "hyperscale" is considered to be thousands of physical servers in a single location, with multiple locations. This entry-level capacity may be a accommodated with just one or two half-megawatt I.T. payloads as depicted above (each roughly the size of a single server rack), depending on the specific server configurations (such as the mix of 1, 2, 4, or 8-socket servers, GPUs, TPUs, and FPGAs). The maximum capacity of a single site is about 16MW (32 half-megawatt payloads), plus roughly 25% operating reserve. Smaller capacities are also possible (e.g., 4, 8, or 12 MW). Regardless of the capacity, each site is upgradeable in half-megawatt increments. Each onshore (land-based) "site" has a visible footprint smaller than a parking space, so multiple 4, 8, 12, or 16 MW sites could be placed on an existing datacenter campus – or anywhere else.
In a SCRUTINY® Miniaturized Hyperscale Datacenter, each conventional datacenter aisle containing fifty or more server racks (10-12 KW each) may be replaced with a single I.T. equipment "payload" (500 KW nominal) that may be unloaded, installed, and powered on in less than five minutes – just in time – with a capacity of up to 16 megawatts (nominal) per site. Payload deployment is fully automated.
The unconventional technology in a SCRUTINY® Miniaturized Hyperscale Datacenter can slash the 10-year TCO (total cost of ownership) of a 16-megawatt datacenter by $1 billion or more, compared to a conventional hyperscale datacenter (see BENEFITS for more about this).
Infrastructure equipment is also deployed as payloads, in exactly the same way, and can be deployed "just in time" along with I.T. equipment (rather than the conventional requirement to install infrastructure equipment during the construction phase). Infrastructure equipment includes medium-voltage (MV) switchgear, transformers, power conditioning, energy storage, pumps, and so forth). Just like the I.T. payloads, each infrastructure payload can be deployed in less than five minutes (fully automated).
Miniaturized Hyperscale Datacenters are fully automated, so payload deployment requires zero labor, zero cabling, and zero plumbing.
Why is our datacenter technology
such an advantage?
How does our technology accelerate revenue generation?
What does it look like inside an underground miniaturized hyperscale datacenter?
Compare our silo-based datacenters with conventional construction.
How is our rapid server deployment different than conventional methods?
Compare our performance and efficiency to conventional servers and supercomputers.
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SCRUTINY, Inc. is an applied research company near Seattle. Our company has made fundamental advances in datacenter technology (patents granted and pending) that will change the landscape of datacenter construction, fit-out, and operation in the cloud computing arena. Our inventions allow datacenters (including infrastructure and I.T. equipment) to be miniaturized, such that they can be located offshore or onshore – almost anywhere there is fiber.
Now that our datacenter technology is ready to be commercialized, we are exiting stealth mode and transitioning from applied research to the startup stage.
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