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Old 09-28-2011, 04:15 PM
byte72 byte72 is offline
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Default Modular Data Center

I have been following the emergence of modular data centers with great interest since many of us work in environments where the changes and upgrades that we need to make are out of reach both financially and structurally. I don't have any cost comparisons, but it might be a viable solution for people like myself who are very limited in what we can do to our existing center.
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Old 12-19-2011, 04:18 PM
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i agree. in a modular data center, u add more components only to meet the requirement. that way, even if there is a need for further expansion in the future, u can always opt for better technology.. also, modular data centers save power as u are supplying power to devices that are utilizing full resources rather than a big server utilizing only half the resource.
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