GIGA Data Centers Presents Its Low 1.15 PUE Rating and Low Cost per kW at Gartner’s IT Infrastructure, Operations and Cloud Strategies Conference 2019

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GIGA Continues To Deliver a New Breed of Efficient and Cost-Effective Data Centers to the Colocation Market

Atlanta, GA — November 7, 2019GIGA Data Centers, LLC (GIGA), the first North American data center to be named OCP-Ready™ announced today it will showcase the company’s methods of developing the industry’s most efficient and scalable data centers with attendees at Gartner’s IT Infrastructure, Operations and Cloud Strategies Conference 2019, December 9th – 12th in Las Vegas.

At Booth #136, representatives from GIGA will be available to discuss how enterprises and federal agencies, including the Department of Energy (DoE), are leveraging GIGA’s modularized Tier 3+ data centers for high efficiency, high power and lower total cost performance—typically only deployed by large hyper-scale facilities. Now GIGA has brought this hyper-scale performance to the colocation market through their new facilities, including their flagship data center in Charlotte, NC. Gartner predicts the public cloud market will grow to $302.5B by 2021, and that more than 80% of large Enterprises in North America will have moved to colocation providers by 2023. “While the hyper-scale companies continue to build sites, they and the Enterprise market don’t have nearly enough capacity to support the growth of their IT resources on their own,” said Jake Ring, President & CEO at GIGA.

Ring also adds that, “In order to ensure facility growth is capable of meeting Gartner’s predictions, future data center retrofits and new builds must be low cost, high efficiency and able to support higher rack power densities for hyper-converged and HPC systems. And most importantly, these new facilities must be deployed quickly and able to scale! That’s what our colocation facilities provide.” GIGA is helping meet this demand by providing enclosures in their facilities that deliver a private, secure suite for the client’s equipment where customers receive “unlimited” rack-power flexibility, high efficiency, and scalable capacity at a lower cost when compared to traditional raised-floor data centers. Using the company’s 7th generation WindChill™ Modular Enclosure to provide hot & cold aisle isolation and their proprietary passive cooling system, GIGA can support rack-power densities from 4kW up to 50kW and still deliver a true industry-leading PUE of 1.15 or better.

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About the Gartner IT Infrastructure, Operations and Cloud Strategies Conference 2019

The Gartner IT Infrastructure, Operations and Cloud Strategies Conference 2019 will help attendees learn to adopt fast-moving technologies and methodologies — from cloud, edge computing and the Internet of Things (IoT) to DevOps and AIOps — that are cutting across the functional roles of typical I&O teams, challenging their skills and demanding a new kind of dexterity. The traditional enterprise data center may be waning, but IT infrastructure and operations — increasingly digital and distributed into colocation — aren’t going away.

About GIGA Data Centers

Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, GIGA Data Centers (GIGA), takes a modern approach to building data centers with innovative, modular technology that is proven to be more efficient than the decades-old tradition of facilities with raised floors and over-provisioned cooling and power systems. GIGA believes that all companies seeking data center services should have access to greater efficiency and flexibility at a reasonable price. The result is a guaranteed PUE of 1.15, up to 50kW per rack-cabinet, and an immensely scalable design delivered at very competitive rates.

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View how data centers can be built quickly, without the need for a chilled water system, CRAC/CRAH units, or raised floor here: