Infrastructure design of Sheikh Baha’i Technology Data Park

 

Sheikh Baha’i Science and Technology Park is one of the envisaged parks in the five hundred and twelve-hectare land complex of Isfahan Scientific and Research Town, which has been set up as the first stage of this complex in 36.5 hectares. One of the important needs of this park as an urban environment is to provide communication services to research institutes and units located in the park and the urban management of the park. The parking space requires the creation of a wide range of communication applications such as telephones, video telephones, advanced messaging systems such as messaging, video conferencing, environmental monitoring, traffic control, etc., and is different from the needs of other urban environments. Such conditions, of course, are due to the special space of the park and the existence of research and technology centers in it, which requires special applications.

On the other hand, due to the importance of communication in research activities and also the possibility of establishing special units such as data centers and call centers that have special and sensitive communication needs, the position of communication in the park is of particular importance. For this reason, the communication infrastructure of the park must have a high level of flexibility and compatibility to provide a variety of services and, in addition to the appropriate capacity, be maintained and managed with the best available methods.

Chavosh Company, as a consultant and designer of infrastructure and communication services of Sheikh Baha’i Park, has been responsible for needs assessment, forecasting and conceptual design of communications in the area of ​​Sheikh Baha’i Park and preparation of roadmaps for further development. The data infrastructure network of the scientific and research town was defined as one of the first comprehensive networks based on the concept of creating an integrated platform for various applications in 2006. On this platform, 18 communication applications including network-based telephone, internal computer network, urban management network, traffic and access control, transportation of services of service providers and external operators to license plates, and… were defined. On this platform, 18 communication applications including network-based telephone, internal computer network, urban management network, traffic and access control, transportation of services of service providers and external operators to license plates, and… were defined. Each of the park buildings benefits from a 1 Gbps optical connection by default, which can be expanded from different paths (suitable for data centers) due to the advanced design of the park’s optical cable infrastructure. Is. At the core of the network are two main centers and a data center for the establishment of public services.

Following this project, Sheikh Baha’i Technology Park was introduced as a special data center and for the establishment of state support data centers. The main data center of Sheikh Baha’i Park was inaugurated in May 2013 by the then Minister of Communications and Information Technology.

Client: Isfahan Scientific and Research Town

Area: 36 hectares of research park lands (expansion up to 80 hectares) 150,000 square meters of infrastructure including 152 single-unit and multi-unit building blocks, 350 research institutes and a group of up to 5,000 staff and institutions (up to double expansion)

Design topic: Data infrastructure network with the ability to carry all communication and information needs

User traffic, data centers, call centers, urban services and transportation of urban services communication applications (traffic control, environmental monitoring, EMS, etc.)

Various communication services and transportation of various services to established institutions (telephone, data, Internet, etc.)

Prediction of 10 special centers with security requirements and reliability (data centers, high volume call centers, etc.)

Achieving carrier class reliability in carrying services and applications

Compatibility with passive defense requirements and adaptive design of the country’s data centers

Start and end of the project: 11/02/2011 to 12/15/2012

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