Data Centers Delivered inks new 6MW modular contract in Arizona
Company has been awarded a contract to install 6MW of pre-fabricated skid mounted electrical infrastructure for an unnamed client in Chandler, Arizona.
Data Centers Delivered, a provider of custom modular data centers (CMDC), announced that it has been awarded a contract to install 6MW of pre-fabricated skid mounted electrical infrastructure for an unnamed client in Chandler, Arizona. The terms of the contract were not disclosed, but Data Centers Delivered expects to ship the project in the second quarter of 2013.
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“Our long-standing relationship with the client has afforded Data Centers Delivered multiple opportunities to provide construction solutions for one of the largest wholesale data center companies in the world,” comments Stephen Madaffari, principal, Data Centers Delivered. “Over time, modular deployment results in monetary and operational benefits for our clients, and we take pride in working with them to meet their pre-fabricated mechanical and electrical infrastructure needs.”
A company of Epsilon Industries, Data Centers Delivered says it offers customers the customization, larger size, flexibility and aesthetics of a field-built data center facility with the speed, and cost-containment of a containerized data center. The company notes that its data center cooling systems can be air- or water-cooled with waterside or airside economization, with numerous levels of redundancy. Power distribution schemes can be single-path or redundant, and backed-up by generators, UPS/Batteries or alternative sources.
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