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Data Center Fit Up - eliminating white space one data center at a time

09 Aug 2016

Data Center Fit Up program is the latest from Instor Solutions, a global data center infrastructure solutions organization.

Over the last 24 months, the solutions company has proven its success with numerous data centers and colocation providers such as Digital Realty.

Instor Solutions says Data Center Fit Up demonstrates the speed, efficiency and financial opportunities available to the data center design/build market beyond the parameters of traditional facility expansion strategies.

According to Instor, the program was developed to introduce greater continuity, transparency, efficiency, savings and speed to the process of a new data center build or expansion.

The company says its expert engineers and extensive network directly channel communication and proven solutions to streamline new construction.

As a result, miscommunications inherent to working with multiple layers of distributors and subcontractors are avoided, along with inflated costs and the potential for delays that are typically part of the standard data center build-out model.

Instor says that Data Center Fit Up has been proven to reduce build lead times and costs by 20-40% over standard models, while delivering faster deployments to some of the industry’s leading enterprise data centers.

Instor has implemented the Data Center Fit Up program in a number of high-profile facilities, including Digital Realty.

Jack Vonich, vice president of sales and marketing at Instor, says the company has created a unique approach to data center build-outs that not only cuts capital expenditures, but has also proven to accelerate time-to-completion.

“Data Center Fit Up is poised to change how data center owners and operators collaborate with design/build firms on new build outs and facility expansions,” says Vonich.

“Everyone wants things done faster and easier; Data Center Fit Up makes that possible for our corner of the broader industry."

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