The era of shrink-wrapped software is over. More and more, applications are hosted by cloud providers who achieve cost and security advantages at scale in purpose-built data centers.
Unicorns are everywhere, and we don’t mean the white horse-like mammals. MegaWatts of power are being absorbed at unprecedented rates to support the processing and storage needs of today’s tech giants.
Almost two decades old, the colocation business is still thriving as users of IT systems elect to outsource their facility responsibilities to experts.
Localized data processing and caching needs are demanding a more-distributed IT architecture, providing reduced latency and improved performance.
Some organizations still prefer to maintain hardware and applications close at hand. Both large and small on-premise data centers are still common, despite the explosive growth of other alternatives.
High Performance (HPC)
Data-intensive R&D applications are driving the need for extreme density infrastructure. Often, these requirements are not ideally suited for colocation or cloud, and demand their own physical space and systems.
Like Edge providers, wireless network service providers are investing in critical infrastructure to support the explosive growth of data transmission for mobile devices.
Many government IT users demand on-location data centers to support their missions. Take a positive step toward greater consolidation.
Commercial Mechanical and Electrical Services
Our in-house HVAC and Electrical system installation and service expertise runs deep, and our customer list includes many commercial property owners, tenants and managers.
Remote hands, IT staffing, migrations and data center operations are among the skills available through our Infrastructure Services organization.