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Modular Data Centers Cut the Inessentials
Modular data centers preserve only the most essential needs of an operation, making functions most efficient.
What cost savings do modular data centers offer compared to traditional data centers?
Kris Holla, President and CEO, NxGen Modular
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A modular approach to data centers ensures that only the most essential needs are implemented by cutting over-provisioning on buildings and equipment. Everything depends on what a customer’s core business is like and how accurate they can predict their future needs. Traditional data centers have constraints in building size. Growing capacity can only be accommodated with either over-provisioning of floor space or by increasing rack/per-square-foot density. In comparison, a modular approach should give the customer the option to grow in both directions, higher density, and eventually scalable in floor space.
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