SmartShelter Modules offer a practical alternative to building a new or expanding existing IT space. Minimize construction costs and complexity by having your IT space built offsite, in a factory environment. Installations such as hospitals, universities, and businesses with multiple offices can benefit from SmartShelter Modules by reclaiming valuable space for their core operations. Move the data center outside or into a simple building shell as a stand-alone system that has physical security, power and cooling redundancy, and can be remotely monitored and managed with a full suite of DCIM software. - Decrease risk with a pre-engineered, fully managed system - Preserve CapEx by growing infrastructure with demand in smaller increments - Adjust plans for future expansions with repeatable and flexible designs - Financially justify data center expansion through preservation of valuable building space SmartShelter Modules contain a complete data center physical infrastructure, assembled and tested in a single- or multiple-module configuration to provide a fully functional data center.
SmartShelter Containers address the challenges of deploying datacenters in remote sites, industrial environments, and other locations where a dedicated building or space does not exist. Enable real-time processing and resolve latency and bandwidth issues by locating a datacenter closer to your operations. Benefit from the simplicity of an easy-to-deploy data center for a branch office, oil & gas site, mining operation, or forward operating military base.
- Decrease risk with a pre-engineered, fully managed system - Flexibility to change data center growth as customers demands change - Provide physical security to critical data - Realize revenue or production sooner by deploying quickly anywhere in the world - Deploy in remote areas with limited construction support. - Repurpose valuable space for core business
SmartShelter Containers contain the entire data center physical infrastructure, completely assembled and tested in a single ISO shipping container, and provide a value option for a prefabricated data center