HP launches data center construction service

The HP Critical Facilities Implementation Service will offer design, construction and project-management services for data centre builds.

HP has entered the data center construction market, following on from projects such as its PodWorks factory. Hewlett-Packard

Hewlett-Packard has entered the data center construction market, rounding out its lineup of design and project-management services for data center builds.

The HP Critical Facilities Implementation Service, officially launched on Tuesday, means the company can now offer end-to-end data center assembly, from initial design to getting the bricks laid and managing the facility. It is targeting all sizes of data centers, from the 500 square-foot server room to dedicated new-build sites of more than 20,000 square feet.

"What we've faced in the last years in the critical facilities arena is that the demand for design and build is growing," Ivan Jascur, HP's critical facilities services portfolio lead for Europe, told ZDNet UK on Wednesday.

Read more of "HP launches data center construction service" at ZDNet UK.

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