GIGA Data Centers To Exhibit At Gartner’s IT Infrastructure, Operations and Cloud Strategies Conference 2018
GIGA Data Centers, LLC (GIGA) has announced it will showcase the company’s recently announced methods of developing efficient and scalable data centers with attendees at Gartner’s IT Infrastructure, Operations and Cloud Strategies Conference 2018, December 3-5 in Las Vegas.
At Booth #350, representatives from GIGA will be available to discuss how enterprises and federal agencies, including the Department of Defense (DoD) and 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 is bringing this hyper-scale performance to the colocation market through their own facilities.
Gartner states the public cloud market is $186.4B for 2018 and predicted to grow to $302.5B by 2021. “While the hyper-scale companies continue to build sites, they don’t have nearly enough capacity to support this predicted growth on their own,” said Jake Ring, president & CEO at GIGA.
“In order to ensure facility growth is capable of meeting Gartner’s predictions, future data center retrofits and new builds must below cost, high efficiency and able to support higher rack power densities. And most importantly, these new facilities must be deployed and able to scale quickly! That’s what our colocation facilities can provide,” Ring added.
GIGA is helping meet this demand by offering enclosures that provide a private, secure suite for the client’s equipment where customers receive “unlimited” rack-power flexibility, high efficiency, and a scalable capacity at a lower cost when compared to traditional raised-floor data centers. Using the company’s seventh generation WindChill™ Modular Enclosure to provide hot & cold aisle isolation and their proprietary adiabatic cooling, GIGA can support rack-power densities from 4kW up to 50kW and still deliver a true industry-leading PUE of 1.15 or better.