|By Business Wire||
|May 13, 2014 03:14 PM EDT||
Data Centers Delivered, a provider of custom modular data centers, today announced the company was awarded two contracts by Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR), a leading global provider of data center and colocation solutions. The first contract included the deployment of pre-fabricated, modular electrical infrastructure for a Digital Realty client in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The second contract provided Digital Realty with modular mechanical infrastructure for a project in New Jersey. Both projects are scheduled for installation in Spring 2014.
“In an industry that grows and evolves with exponential speed, predictability is paramount,” said Stephen Madaffari, Principal, Data Centers Delivered. “Data Centers Delivered is proud to partner again with Digital Realty and live up to our promise that we can provide cost-effective modular solutions to any customer within a timetable they can be confident in.”
Powered by Epsilon Industries, Data Centers Delivered offers customers the best of both worlds ― the predictability, customization, larger size, flexibility and aesthetics of a field-built data center facility with the speed, and cost-containment of a factory-built product.
About Data Centers Delivered
With offices in Houston, New York and Toronto, and a manufacturing facility in Kingston, Ontario, Data Centers Delivered offers customers the best of both worlds ― the predictability, customization, larger size, flexibility and aesthetics of a field-built data center facility with the speed, and cost-containment of a containerized data center. For more information about Data Centers Delivered, visit www.datacentersdelivered.com, call 1-713-396-0756 and connect via LinkedIn, Facebook , Twitter, YouTube and Google+.
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