A balance between User, Design, Hardware & Costs
Based on the available documentation of the project and our conversations about the project, Thydel proposes the scope of work.
After approval of the scope of work, a functional design is made. The functional design forms the project’s basis and involves the expected functionality, signal requirements, and system topologies.
The functional design is the first delivery for review by the client—an ideal moment to go back and forth to match your expectations with the design.
Once agreed, Thydel starts with the engineering package.
During this phase, all the details come to life; the plan view, rack layouts, cabling, schematics, and all other essential aspects determining the scope’s impact—for example, weight, cooling, cable lengths, and so forth.
In the release, all agreed documents are delivered in excel and pdf formats. For example, kit/cable lists and the General Arrangement.
It is possible to get similar documentation following different concepts, allowing detailed impact analysis.
Additionally, there are options to view the information in real-time online.