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5 Things Enterprises Need to Know When Selecting a Data Center Provider

Enterprises will have different levels of responsibility for IT and critical infrastructure depending on the needs of the business, the contract with the data center provider, and the availability of skilled IT staff. But regardless of the specific circumstances, all enterprises must ensure that the Engineer Furnish & Install (EF&I) process is done right the first time.

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Resiliency and Fault Tolerance – What Do Enterprises Need From the Data Center?

Unplanned downtime is a serious challenge for enterprises. While many outages last only a few minutes and have a limited impact on performance, major outages can disrupt operations and result in significant and lasting consequences. When choosing a data center provider, enterprises must consider factors such as performance and scalability, physical security and access, proximity …

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What Is Engineer, Furnish, and Install, and When Do Enterprises Need It?

The enterprise data center is vital to the long-term success of the business. While it is often behind the scenes, the data center directly or indirectly affects nearly all departments, teams, and customers in some way.  A well-designed, well-built, and well-maintained data center ensures an enterprise can achieve its strategic objectives. But if you’ve ever …

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Sphaera Successfully Delivers High-speed Fiber Connectivity in Idaho

Sphaera helped an Idaho local municipality apply for and successfully receive federal grant funding to deliver High Speed Fiber Optic connectivity to an under-served area of the state. The only stipulation of the grant awarded was the requirement to have the connectivity established within 120 days. The scope included the installation of a completely new street-utility electrical service, a backup generator, backup batteries, fiber optic cable, network routing & security equipment, and a power conversion system to drive the equipment. This project was completed on time, on budget and exceeded the scope of redundant critical infrastructure requirements.

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