• Considerations in Building Edge Data Centers

    Is your company in the planning stages of building a data center that is closer to the “edge” of the internet and away from traditional hubs?  Are you being overwhelmed by the amount of information out there from modular data center competitors with rhetoric and sales fluff?  There are many considerations in building an edge data center such as space constraints, the need to support multiple generations of hardware and bandwidth standards as you look to meet your  current and your future data center needs without excessive upfront capital and operational expenses.

     

    Other considerations along the way are long term cable management and the integration of an automated asset management solution to monitor and track changes to the physical network or cable infrastructure should cords be added or removed over time are critical parts to the decision making process.  In edge computing environments reliability, stability and longevity is everything.  Edge Misson Critical Systems (MCS) is the total solutions provider for cutting through all the noise saving you time, money and frustration serving as a one-stop-shop for modular data center projects and speaking a language that everyone can understand with highly credentialed and industry recognized talent.  We offer a totally engineered, PE-stamped modular data center specifically designed for the edge network applications where customers require N+1 and N+2 redundancy, excellent power density and highly efficient cost of ownership.  Bring to market a customized data center or a preconfigured modular data center solution to meet your organization’s needs. We will clear the product marketing fog by providing honest and informed answers and solutions to make the right decision.

    Read the full article here  of things to take into consideration whether you are comparing existing modular data center offerings, designing your own or planning future projects.  Contact Edge MCS for help in navigating the way.

     

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