Financial services business Classic Software and Services in Charlotte, North Carolina, has entered into an agreement with GIGA Data Centers (GIGA), which provides high-density colocation to the company.
GIGA Data Centers operates a colocation data center in Mooresville, North Carolina – just north of downtown Charlotte.
“We chose GIGA Data Centers because of their experience and technology,” said Christoper Hlebak, President of Classic Software and Services. “We needed a colocation environment that could support the processing systems that drive operational efficiency and performance for our Fortune 500 financial service clients.”
GIGA Data Centers is known for its ‘WindChill’ prefabricated modular enclosures that support up to 50kW per rack. These WindChill prefabricated modular enclosures are ideally suited for compute-intense environments, such as artificial intelligence (AI) applications and blockchain processing.
Specifications of GIGA’s WindChill prefabricated modular enclosure technology include:
- Enclosure – NEMA 4 rated enclosure measuring 21′(L) x 18.9′(W) X 12′(H) supports ten (10) 52RU racks.
- Power – Distributed via dual overhead busduct with dual PDU’s with an input voltage of 480 3ph, 60 Hz and an output voltage of 408Vac 3ph, 60 Hz. 240Vac.
- Cooling – N+1 redundant ambient air economizer with Adiabatic Stage 4 cooling technology.
- Environmental Systems – Smoke and leak detection, suppression. LED lighting.
“GIGA Data Centers continues to attract firms that require high-performance environments,” said John McCallum, Managing Partner at GIGA Data Centers. “We welcome Classic Software and Services as a colocation client and look forward to supporting their continued growth and success.”
GIGA Data Centers has been successfully selling to companies with high-power density requirements. GIGA also offers Open Compute based colocation to its customers. Microsoft, HP, Facebook, Disney, EMC, IBM, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Duke Energy and the Department of Energy have used the GIGA team to install approximately 150MW of modular data centers across three continents.