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Examining the cost implications of prefabricated and traditional data centre builds

For many of today’s cloud and colocation service providers, a primary consideration is whether to invest in an entirely new facility or to upgrade and retrofit an existing building.  Such a decision will involve various technical and financial considerations in order to determine which is the best solution to solve the organisations challenges.

An alternative to building an entirely new facility is to opt for a prefabricated data centre solution, allowing the user to add capacity, whether in power, cooling or IT increments, to spaces both inside and out of a building. For a colocation provider, this presents a unique opportunity to scale up quickly, in some cases in as little as 12-24 weeks, or indeed add power provision and free up new white space to increase revenue generation.


Five ways to make edge data centres more cost efficient
By building smart prefabricated data centres, initial capital and ongoing operational costs can be kept in check, allowing operators to efficiently and profitably deliver the data-rich services their customers are increasingly demanding New video streaming services, live networked gaming applications, the ongoing expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT), autonomous vehicle developments, the rollout of... Read More


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