Posted By Rich Miller On October 1, 2009 @ 1:57 pm In Uncategorized | No Comments
One of the advantages of a container-based design is that the facility needs only to provide the hookups for electricity, chilled water and network connectivity. This setup can accomodate containers – known as “Pre-Assembled Components” or PACs – from different vendors featuring a variety of designs and technology.
The container pictured above uses a center aisle configuration, with rows of equipment on either side.
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