PROJECT: Construct ~60 MW HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING CENTER
by December 2015, Fort Meade, Maryland
Jeffrey P. Rutt, P.E. Technical Director, I&L
Date Design Started Dec 2010
Date Design - Build RFP Completed Feb 2012
Construction Contract Award Sep 2012
Construction Start Dec 2012
1st Data Center Module Complete Jun 2014
Construction Complete - Project Dec 2015
Total Design Cost
(i) Production of Plans and Specs
Design-Build RFP - P&D ($35 000 000)
Design-Build Design - MILCON ($29 937 000)
(ii) Total Design Cost ($64 937 000)
Design-Build RFP ($35 000 000)
Design-Build Design ($29 937 000)
(iv) In House ($64 937 000)
- Building Modular Shells ($50 500 000)
- Mechanical ($118 428 000)
- Electrical ($225 040 000)
- Building Enhancements ($65 200 000)
- Site Preparation ($19 380 000)
- Fire Protection ($5 020 000)
- Building Security (Antiterrorism/Force Protection) ($15 140 000)
- Communications ($7 040 000)
- Commissioning ($31 500 000)
- General Conditions ($30 580 000)
- Interim Vistor Control Center ($9 490 000)
- Vehicle Control Center/Interim Vehicle Control Center ($2 750 000)
- Primary Electrical Service ($28 600 000)
- Site Improvements/Demolition ($7 400 000)
- General Construction (water, sewer, gas) ($101 510 000)
- Site Security Perimeter Control (Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection) ($21 700 000)
- Construction Security ($9 150 000)
Данные цифры будут интересны сметчикам, разрабатывающим центры в РФ
(можете, кстати, попробовать оценить, каков там процент распила)
This project constructs High Performance Computing Center totaling 60 MW of technical load.
The effort includes building
shell and core or modular structural components;
finished flooring (both raised and administrative);
electrical, mechanical, back-up generation to include associated air pollution control equipment as required to support critical processes and
fire suppression systems.
Building utilities will include
building electrical service,
chilled water equipment and comfort cooling systems,
fire alarm and protection systems and plumbing.
Site infrastructure will include primary electrical service to the site,
stormwater management to mitigate environmental impact per EISA requirements,
domestic water, reclaimed water sewer and as required all connection fees.
Security measures include, but are not limited to,
a permanent Visitor Control Center (VCC) for personnel,
an interim Visitor Control Center for construction personnel,
interim and permanent perimeter security with fencing,
access control facilities,
a permanent Vehicle Cargo Inspection Facility (VCIF),
an interim Vehicle Cargo Inspection Facility for construction and internal security systems.
Насчет "permanent perimeter security with fencing" -
Думаю такую штуку будет видно на карте
Вопрос - как засейвить высокодетальное изображение местности с гугла в пределах указанных координат ? Может плагин
какой есть ?
Physical and Technical security of the construction site will be assured.
The requirement includes, but is not limited to, substations, roadways, adequate parking, warehousing, potable water, waste water management,
storm water management, CBRN detection and any other requirements resulting from design and or mission developments and final site(s) determination.
Примечание: CBRN = Chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear
This project will be designed in accordance with the
Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS)
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Accessibility Guidelines and
Antiterrorism Force Protection (ATFP) standards.
Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) will be an integral part of design consideration.
This project is to be compliant with the current version of the
Maryland Procurement Office (MPO),
Facilities Engineering Design Standards (FEDS).
The design/construction is to be capable of concurrent maintainability.
The HPCC program will establish the supporting infrastructure for the HPCC capability on Site M and is not dependent on the Integrated Cyber Center (ICC).
The ICC program will connect into this supporting infrastructure and fund increases in infrastructure capacity where necessary to accommodate the ICC capability.
I don't know much about this stuff, but based on the fact that a 5870 can get up to 2.7 Teraflops, that would make the government computer 370,370 times faster. I hear that 5870s get about 300 Mega hash/s so that means that the Exaflop computer would get like 111 MILLION Mega hash/s or 111 Tera hash/s. That's a block every 59 minutes on average, at the current difficulty level. Did I do my math right?
The average time to generate a block at 111000000000 Khps, given current difficulty of 109670.13329248 , is 4 seconds