The requirements of a cloud or SaaS data centers aren’t addressable via a one-size fits all solutions. The base design for our Cloud and SaaS data centers has been developed to provide the capacity you need today and tomorrow. Each design is fully customizable to allow you to move-in to a data center personalized to your specifications.
Maximum Flexibility. Maximum Control
Customers depend on the seamless operation of your data center and this means you need to control every aspect of your new facility including it’s design. Our base Cloud and SaaS design is completely customizable to ensure you get the data center you need. Included among your options are:
The ability to elect from N, N+1 or 2N levels of redundancy
Support your racks with full, partial or no UPS at all
Space, power, MEP and UPS configurations can vary between each expansion increment
Our use of advanced building technology combined with our focus on continual improvement means we are constantly refining both our designs and procedures to enable us to deliver your customized data center when and where it’s required.
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