One of many rows of cabinets
A wide view of the air handling scheme. The glassed-in section to the right is where cold air enters. The doorway just beyond the cabinet at center is where the warm air is exhausted and drawn out through the green air filters at left.
Another look down one row of cabinets. This is one half of a row, the glass door at the end opens on a central corridor. On the other side of the corridor is a glass door that opens onto the other half of the row.
The central corridor that bisects the rows of racks.
Joel Altman hamming it up.
Victor Kato, wondering if I know how to operate the camera...
A portion of the "KiloClient" setup.
Basement level - spares
Central Corridor again
EBC in Bldg. 4
One of many chillers on the top floor of the datacenter. The vanes around theouside walls open to allow fresh air to enter as needed.
Main power distribution
Another composition of the main power distribution
Yet another of the many chillers.
A row of UPSes
A few of the fresh air vanes opened
Main cooling water pipes
Clockwise around the table, Jimmy Silva, Lincoln Meyers, Jerome Roussin, Tom Masterson(Sorry, only two pics from dinner were usable)
Left to right, Tom Masterson, David Pressley, Kevin Olalde(Sorry, only two pics from dinner were usable)
RTP Datacenter Pre-dawn
RTP Buildings at dawn
RTP "Lake NetApp"