HP Says Prefab Data Center Cuts Costs in Half

Tuesday Jul 27th 2010 by Datamation.com Staff
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"Lego-like" construction dramatically reduces time required to build new data centers.

CIO: HP has announced a new Flexible Data Center which it says can reduce construction costs by 50 percent and allow enterprises to build new facilities in four to six months. "We came up with a Lego-like concept, an industrialized approach to data center design," explained HP's Kfir Godrich.

The 6,000-square-foot metal structures include a central operations building and four halls or quadrants that can be added one at a time as capacity needs increase.

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