Are You Considering Container-based or Modular Data Centers for Your Data Needs? Here are Seven Differences You Need to Know First.
The evolution of data center design has shifted from the traditional solution: expanding floor space to accommodate increased IT needs, to smaller component-based solutions. The two main component-based options are container-based and prefabricated modular (PFM) solutions. Container-based data centers were the first generation of PFM data centers. Typically built using an ISO (International Standards Organization) […]Continue Reading →
HISTORY OF DATA CENTERS Since the late 1990s, when data centers became mainstream, to now, companies struggle with: Building their own data centers from the ground up Leasing space in an existing data center Buying or leasing an existing building and renovating it Each of these options comes with some drawbacks. Companies that build their […]Continue Reading →
Steel canopies are durable, attractive, versatile and offer a convenient way to create a sheltered space. They can also provide significant cost savings as they only require concrete piers rather than full concrete slabs. Steel canopies can be built as freestanding structures or as add-ons to existing buildings and have a variety of uses. Why […]Continue Reading →
When you compare light-emitting diode (LED) lights to conventional lighting methods, you’ll find that LEDs are the smartest solution. LED light bulbs bring together positive and negative charges to create energy which is then released in the form of light. The result is a fast source of light that is instantaneous and reliable. Top 10 […]Continue Reading →
Working outside during the winter can leave construction workers susceptible to hypothermia, frostbite or trench foot, a decaying of the feet due to prolonged cold and wet conditions. In extreme cases, workers without proper personal protection equipment can also suffer shock that could even lead to death. Not only do workers need to stay warm […]Continue Reading →
Colorado Resolution 35 is a quality program that applies to factory-built, non-residential structures. The Colorado Department of Local Affairs, Division of Housing, Standards & Technology section enforces compliance with the standard. A factory-built, non-residential structure is one that is designed for commercial, industrial or other non-residential use and is made, fabricated, formed or assembled in […]Continue Reading →