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To modulise or data centre in a box

Flexible and scalable design: The modular data centre incorporates a snap-together design with a removable wall design. With the economies of scale and the benefits of repeatable, standardised modules, it is easy to match demand and scale infrastructure quickly. Modules can be added when extra capacity is required or scaled down when infrastructure becomes obsolete.

Flexibilility       Speed       Efficient       CapEx          OpEX          PUE       Predictability              Space saving

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Speed of Deployment – Prefabricated modules are delivered on-site preconfigured and pretested for an easy installation within 12-16 weeks, depending on the level of project complexity. Site preparation and module production can be completed concurrently, resulting in minimized on-site construction and deployment time. As a standardized solution, modules can be ordered, manufactured, customized and delivered to the data centre site in a matter of months. The modular approach also means that the site construction can progress in parallel, instead of a linear task dependant, track toward completion.

 

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Seven telecoms companies for 4G Auction

UK Chancellor George Osborne’s hopes of raising at least £3.5 billion from the auction of super-fast 4G mobile spectrum today got a big boost as seven telecoms firms were approved as potential bidders by regulator Ofcom.

The three new entrants seeking to snap up some of the 4G airwaves are BT, China’s PCCW and niche UK operator MLL Telecom.

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Britain's Truphone wins backing from Roman Abramovich

Frustrated by the lack of mobile phone coverage at his home on a farm in Kent, inventor James Tagg decided he could improve matters by getting into the mobile business himself.

First, he launched Software Cellular Network, an early version of Skype, which allowed customers with poor mobile coverage to make calls over a wireless internet connection. Then, he invented a mobile phone sim card which allows users to operate different phone numbers from a single chip, before expanding the system into a cut price mobile network.

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