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Is your data center designed to keep up with today’s quickly changing technology, such as cloud, analytics, mobile and social business and security requirements? If not, then it’s time to expand, renovate or build a new data center. But how do you build a data center to last 20 years when technology is changing every two or three years?

IBM specialists have decades of experience in data center design and construction. We can help you achieve the flexibility needed to support evolving business needs at the lowest capital and operating costs over the lifecycle of your data center. We build for agility, plan for efficiency, design for physical security and customize for your requirements.

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Our five-year growth model is based on your strategic needs

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IBM will work with you to ensure your data center meets your unique business needs and provides a platform for business growth

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Scalable modular data centers - the right choice for mid-size organizations

Scalable modular data centers - the right choice for mid-size organization

Learn how IBM's scalable modular data centers can help you save up to 25% on up-front capital and ongoing operating costs and up to 10% on power and cooling while meeting demands for capacity, scalability and availability


Prefabricated modular data center - add data center capacity where and when you need it

Prefabricated modular data center - add data center capacity where and when you need it

This paper shares IBM's recommendations for considering a containerized data center solution to support multiple vendor technologies while sharing the benefits of the IBM solution which can include the entire data center infrastructure and can be deployed in as little as 12 to 14 weeks.


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