Power Systems & Controls developed our Portable Reinforced Data Center (PRDC) for environments where hostile threats are real and constant. The reinforced data center is a Forced Entry Ballistic Reinforced (FEBR) enclosure designed to withstand hostiles armed with heavy weapons. Our standard models are specified for Department of State 60 minute requirements; however, we also offer more expensive bunker systems capable of lasting hours if not days. PS&C’s Portable Reinforced Data Centers (PRDC) are tested, proven, and can be manufactured to withstand small arms, RPG, and explosive ordinance detonations.

The temperature within the Portable Reinforced Data Center (PRDC) is controlled using either chilled water in-row cooling or a cold isle/hot isle forced air HVAC, whichever is best for the customer’s specific application. The PRDC is offered in a 20’, 40’, or custom design footprint. A standard 20’ PRDC can hold up to six (6) server modules and has (N+1) power redundancy already built into the system through integrated uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems. The racks are mounted on 100% slides allowing for full depth access to both sides of the server racks at all times. The PRDC also has advanced power and communication hookups allowing for quick and easy connection

The PRDC is a completely enclosed system with only one (1) personnel access door. The door is protected using redundant cipher locks with built in blast plating protection. Users can rest assured knowing their data center is physically and electronically protected from any possible threat. LED lighting is provided throughout the PRDC system for ISO 8995-1:2002 (CIE S 008/E: 2001) requirements. Additionally, the floor is composed of interlocking rubber tiles which are both non-slip and allow for easy cleaning.

PS&C’s portable reinforced data center is capable of being operated in 50Hz or 60Hz environments, anywhere in the world. It can be deployed quickly with relatively short notice. Power Systems & Controls can offer our standard 20’ or 40’ Portable Reinforced Data Centers, as well as, models for Expandable, Modular, and Design & Build requirements.