DURING CONSTRUCTION, INSYSTEMS ENGINEERS IMPLEMENTED 50 ENGINEERING AND IT SYSTEMS            
  • power supply systems
  • mechanical systems
  • integrated security systems
  • telecommunication systems
  • multimedia systems
  • automated dispatch system for engineering systems
2N redundant uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) were installed to guarantee reliability. The building is equipped with a ventilation and cooling system that includes elements of artificial intelligence to control the temperature in the equipment rooms using purified air from outside. It features power grid free operation for more than 330 days a year. The heat generated by the equipment is used to heat the building, and this will enable Sberbank to save about 5 million rubles a year, the company estimates. In the future, the system will save the bank up to 100 million rubles per year in electricity bills compared to standard air conditioning systems.

The datacenter can house up to one Exabyte of information. If the external power is completely switched off, the datacenter will be able to work 24 hours at full load.

The new datacenter will improve Sberbank IT systems, optimize operating costs, and support its IT infrastructure growth. The Skolkovo and Yuzhny Port (Southern Port) datacenters will complement each other and ensure the continuous operation of the Sberbanks automated systems.

TAKING THE MOST ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES TO THE EXTREME EDGE
"Our team faced the task of using only Russian equipment. If there were almost no Russian components when we were creating the first data center, all equipment was from foreign manufactures, in this case we used a lot of equipment manufactured by Russian companies. The solutions that Russian engineers have introduced in the second datacenter are cutting-edge technology."
Herman Gref
CEO and Chairman
of the Executive Board
of Sberbank