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Organization Chart

Global Support Division(President)
  • HG & General Affairs Support Office
  • Headquarters Management Team
  • Cloud Business Division
  • Cloud Service Center
  • Energy Management Part Data CenterOperation Team

Urban Eco-friendly Data Center

  • Power Usage Effectiveness

    The average annual PUE* of NCC1 stands at 1.25 boasting high energy efficiency which is quite close to 1 compared to the average PUE of 1.8 for data centers in Korea.

    • PUE(Power Usage Effectiveness) : As a value obtained from dividing the total amount of electricity used in the data center by the electricity amount consumed by IT equipment, the closer to 1, the more energy efficient the data center is.
  • High-density Operating Environment

    The server room is composed as an independent module and the rack width is adjustable from 19 to 23 inches considering the IT life cycle where the server generation changes. It offers high-density capacity that allows an average of 4 times more power than a typical domestic data center as well as an environment optimized for cloud computing through UPS power supply.

  • Energy Efficiency Improvement

    The ‘indirect vaporization cooling’, which was patented for the first time in Korea, and a shielded environment* void of raised floors minimize power loss. The energy saved through such effort is equivalent to planting 1,300 pine trees per year.

    • The front of the server faces the frontal part of other server and the back faces back.
      Cold air flows into the front of the server and heat rises from the back of the server.
      Different pressures are applied for the cold air inlet passage and hot air outlet passage to prevent air from mixing with each other.
  • Unmanned Data Center

    It has remote management environment that minimizes customer visits and resident manpower. Anyone could tap into the cloud that incorporates customer’s equipment with NHN equipment.
    Based on the NHN's server management and operation know-how, we can even provide consulting for clients who lack professional manpower.

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Play Museum

  • Energy Reduction Strategy
    • Select products for water / power consumption reduction

      Applied water-saving toilets and faucets, LED lights, standby power blocking system, various sensors, vertical louvers, lighting control, lower air conditioning, low-e double glazing

    • Utilize natural light and ventilation

      Natural light using sunken garden, ceiling and vertical louvers, natural ventilation through hive and roof ventilation windows

    • Improve space efficiency

      Create a multi-purpose space that combines the functions of a restaurant, cafe and event hall on the first basement floor in order to increase space efficiency and reduce power consumption when moving

    • Reduce elevator power consumption

      By making an internal staircase separate from the emergency staircase, we facilitated movement between floors without having to use the elevator

  • Material Using Strategy
    • Reduce material consumption

      Column-free space and space plan that can be easily disassembled and organized + partitions that are easy to move

    • Reduce wasted material

      Creating the table made to the size of the material and planning the modular space

    • Using raw materials as they are

      Selecting unprocessed materials those emit less volatile organic compounds and those without formaldehyde or resin

    • Utilizing materials considering nature's recovery speed

      Applying access floor made with bamboo which had received certification for being eco-friendly

    • Using recycled/waste materials (products)

      Using products made from recycled plastic and bamboo access floor board made with waste paper Using product packaging boxes as a finishing material for parking lot elevator halls

  • Strategies to reduce pollution
    • Minimize carbon emissions

      Provide bike parking spaces and showers, and offer parking spaces for highly-efficient cars and carpool vehicles

    • Landscape Planting

      Planting many plants inside the building for fresh air

    • Environmental pollution management plan

      Implement environmental pollution management plan to reduce pollution from the construction site

    • Reducing indoor air pollutants

      Building a structure void of adhesives, and using eco-friendly adhesives

  • Strategies for continuous eco-friendly building operation
    • Encouraging active participation among users

      Providing easy-to-understand eco-friendly guides and conducting energy saving campaigns

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Environment Data

Category 2018 2019 2020
Energy consumed (unit : toe) 7,435 5,801 6,007
Greenhouse gas emission (unit : tCO2eq) 14,616 11,299 11,771
Water consumption (unit : m3) 59,089 61,576 44,787

※ HQ building (Play Museum) and data center (NCC1)

Energy consumed unit : toe
2016
Data center (NCC1) 1,390
HQ building (Play Museum) 2,357
2017
Data center (NCC1) 3,748
HQ building (Play Museum) 2,295
2018
Data center (NCC1) 5,275
HQ building (Play Museum) 2,160
2019
Data center (NCC1) 3,516
HQ building (Play Museum) 2,285
2020
Data center (NCC1) 3,918
HQ building (Play Museum) 2,089
  • Data center (NCC1)
  • HQ building (Play Museum)
Greenhouse gas emission unit : tCO2eq
2016
Data center (NCC1) 2,779
플레이뮤지엄 4,445
2017
Data center (NCC1) 7,510
HQ building (Play Museum) 4,337
2018
Data center (NCC1) 10,559
HQ building (Play Museum) 4,056
2019
Data center (NCC1) 7,028
HQ building (Play Museum) 4,271
2020
Data center (NCC1) 7,831
HQ building (Play Museum) 3,940
  • Data center (NCC1)
  • HQ building (Play Museum)
Water consumption unit : m³
2016
Data center (NCC1) 4,839
HQ building (Play Museum) 46,232
2017
Data center (NCC1) 12,169
HQ building (Play Museum) 47,541
2018
Data center (NCC1) 10,925
HQ building (Play Museum) 48,164
2019
Data center (NCC1) 11,847
HQ building (Play Museum) 49,729
2020
Data center (NCC1) 11,738
HQ building (Play Museum) 33,049
  • Data center (NCC1)
  • HQ building (Play Museum)
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Certification / Awards

2013 2019 2019 2020 2020
LEED Certification(Play Museum) Energy Winner Award(NCC1) Energy Champion(NCC1) Korea Energy Award Presidential Award(NCC1) Excellent Voluntary Energy Efficiency Target  Workplace(NCC1)
LEED Certification
(Play Museum)
Energy Winner Award
(NCC1)
Energy Champion
(NCC1)
Korea Energy Award
Presidential Award
(NCC1)
Excellent Voluntary
Energy Efficiency
Target Workplace
(NCC1)
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