Prefabricated Modular Data Centers
Your Fast, Turn-Key Solution to Deployment
PCX FLX-MDC Prefabricated Modular Data Centers include All-in-One Containers, Walk-in Enclosures, Skid Based systems or Multiple Function Modules designed for any environment.
UPS BACKUP POWER
COOLING & CHILLER PACKAGES
IT SERVER RACK ENCLOSURES
- Concurrent construction activities allow faster deployment and accelerated construction schedules
- Scalable infrastructure allows rightsizing to avoid overbuilding and stranded capacity
- Lower Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE)
- Reduced total cost of ownership (TCO) with lower CAPEX and OPEX environment as well as ongoing improvements in energy efficiency and lowering of PUE.
Hyperscale, Colo, and Enterprise data center builders and operators have been working with PCX for years to reduce their construction schedules, gain flexibility in scaling, and achieve higher performance. PCX modular data center solutions (FLX-MDC) provide the flexibility to offer a custom tailored solution that best fits your schedule, budget, and efficiency needs.
Increased computing and storage demand, low latency, advanced security, and improved sustainability has rapidly transformed the data center. The engineering team at PCX helps our clients select between a custom data center enclosure, ISO containerized, or skid based configuration based on their specific needs. Regardless the shape your data center takes, utilizing offsite fabricated modular and/or containerized solutions can provide you a significant advantage in your market.
Modular construction accelerates deployment schedules, and lowers the total cost of ownership (TCO) for data centers. Our clients take advantage of scalability, reduced power usage effectiveness (PUE), and increased flexibility in their building approach.
We are modular manufacturing to our core. Custom starts with the foundation of our solutions, steel base frames are constructed in house by our AWS certified welding team. Unique wireway paths, custom duct work built under our UL listing, and innovative designs give our customers the resources to realize their construction concepts. Moving up into the structure bus bar, cable tray, lighting, raised floor, and various cooling methods are used to meet code, schedule needs, performance, and budget requirements. As required, our custom enclosures are built using the required insulation material and methods to meet even the strictest IBC standards.
Quality is more than a tag line at PCX. The members of our quality team, our standards and processes allow us to provide higher performance, and more flexible solutions, at a faster deployment speed. Our dedicated team is certified under the ISO 9001:2015 quality management requirements and is the first to meet this standard within the industry. At PCX, our team continually sets the bar on what modular construction quality means to the data center industry.
PCX gives our clients the option of providing owner supplied equipment or source material from our extensive vendor network. We work with our clients to find the supply chain advantage in either our customer’s national contracts, or the power of PCX’s rich history with all the major equipment suppliers.
Our vendor agnostic approach gives our clients the advantage to choose the best of breed solution to fit their schedule, budget, and performance needs. As an OEM partner of the major power, cooling, battery, security, and controls providers of the world, we utilize those relationships to give our customers a competitive advantage in their markets. Our vendor network includes power distribution, UPS systems, fire suppression and detection, racks, cabinets, DCIM, and a wide variety of cooling solutions. Cooling solutions include, rear door heat exchangers, in-row cooling, chillers, split systems, air or water cooled CRAC, CRAH, economizers, and free air cooling. Custom wall mount, roof mounted, or skid based options are available for many of the cooling systems. Additional systems include indoor and outdoor LED lighting systems, security systems to include biometric, keypad, and RFID systems. restrictive in effective design of complex power systems. Each project needs to be evaluated for design optimization during the concept phase.