Data Centers from Edge to Cloud
We design, build, and operate data centers that are great for companies and their people... but better for the planet
PTS understands that room designs are predicated on a number of factors. Factors include:
- Specific client requirements related to the business, products, or services delivered to end customers.
- Numbers of locations under network management.
- Types of IT solutions being managed.
- Type of room (i.e. operations center, classroom, help desk environment, call center, conference rooms, etc.).
To support clients PTS begins by fully understanding the Key Design Criteria for the client project. A thorough needs analysis is performed and validated with the client prior to any network operations center design. Once this is completed PTS NOC designers develop client-specific designs including architectural and engineering elements. These proof of concept designs include photo-realistic images of your network operations center. As industry leaders, PTS has a strong focus on consulting and a commitment to client satisfaction. PTS continually seeks design and process improvements to ensure our products and services are the best in the control center industry.
Project Samples Include:
Classrooms with Digital Presence
Network Operation Centers (NOC)
Integrated Conference Rooms
Learn more about PTS Network Operations Center Design Services
Contact PTS for your Next Data Center Project
You shouldn’t have to compromise when it comes to your data center. Our expert team assesses your unique needs, and then employs a proven data center plan that reduces the amount of support infrastructure you will need.
The result is higher efficiency, reduced complexity and better resiliency at lower cost… all at the same time.
Contact us for a quick chat to discuss how a smarter design for your data center can save you money.
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Data Centers from Edge to Cloud Our Focus We design, build, and operate data centers that are great for companies
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