Lower Cost to Build and Operate Your Facility
PTS’ vision is to help companies implement a multi-data center, multi-cloud hybrid approach to IT operations that is simple in design, easy to operate and maintain, and uses less infrastructure and vendors to achieve data resilience.
We design, build and operate data centers, computer rooms, and other mission-critical facilities that cost less to build, cost less to operate, can be deployed faster, and perform better because they are simpler in design, more energy efficient, easier to operate, and use less infrastructure to achieve resilience.
- PTS has been building edge data centers for 20+ years (before it was a thing)
- Best Suited for Ground-Up “Greenfield” Data Center Facilities
- Suitable for Medium/Large Enterprise (Production, DR or Edge), Service Providers (Colocation, MSP & Telco/5G) & Hyperscale
- Scalable IT loads from 250kW to Multi-Hundred MW
- ~$6.5M / MW for Tier III/IV or $4.5M / MW for Tier II
- 30-45% Lower CAPEX and OPEX vs. Traditional Approaches
- Faster to Design and Build, as well as Easier to Operate
- ~20% Smaller Facility Footprint vs. Traditional Approaches
- Can be Deployed Multi-Story Metro Areas (Smaller Base-Building Footprint and Closer to Where Data is Created and Power & Connectivity are Available)
- Utilizes Disruptive Micro-Grid Power and Indirect Evaporative Cooling Technologies
Key Market Challenges
Balance Traditional On-Premise Data Centers against Cloud and Off-Premise Initiatives
Declining Talent Pool Requires Simplification and Automation
Minimize CAPEX & OPEX by Using Less Infrastructure to Achieve Resilience
Data-Centric Workload Strategy:
Latency ■ Cost ■ Security ■ Application Performance ■ Platform Reliability ■ Regulation / Governance / Compliance
Key Market Challenges
Data Center Facility Strategy
Disruptive Data Center Facility Technologies
Microgrids provide new, resilient, on-premise power with no upfront CAPEX – only OPEX. A PPA partner, in partnership with PTS, pays for all pre-design consulting, engineering, construction and all backend support on an SLA basis, including monitoring and maintenance, for the lifetime of the PPA or product. The client is left with a gas bill, a multi-year PPA agreement, and whatever residual electric power still needed. In states where power costs are higher, there is a net OPEX savings overall.
Indirect Evaporative Cooling (IDEC)
Indirect Evaporative Cooling (IDEC) is the most effective, efficient, and lowest energy process currently available to cool data centers.
Data Center Reimagined Suitability
Hyperscale Data Centers
- 35-46% Lower CAPEX & OPEX
- Scales to hundreds of MW at any deployment density
Enterprise & Service Provider Data Centers
- 31-39% Lower CAPEX & OPEX
- Accommodate higher inlet temperatures
- Suitable for stacked data center approach for metro areas
Edge Data Centers
- Suitable for IT loads equal to or greater than 250kW
- Can do with or without IT and/or as a managed deployment
Let PTS Help YOU Reimagine your Data Center
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.
But don’t take our word for it. Intel reports having saved $3.8B over the last decade by owning and operating their own data center.
Reach out to us to discuss how a smarter design for your data center can save you money.
Contact PTS Today:
DICE National: Data Center Operations and Cooling Digital Summit recording available: Designing for the Edge with Pete Sacco, President of PTS Data Center Solutions, and other Data Center Professionals.
Pete Sacco (Founder and President, PTS Data Center Solutions) and Jamie Funk (Head of Sales for Verticals at Bloom Energy) talk to Dan Loosemore of Data Center Dynamics about future-proofing the modern data center using PTS’ Data Center Reimagined approach and Bloom Energy’s fuel-cell and micro-grid solutions.
Webinar Data Center Development Innovation for the New Age of Facilities. Learn how end users and providers are determining cloud or on-prem strategies for new facilities coming online, how fully integrated edge developments have changed the need for on-prem solutions, who are changing their migration to the cloud and where the opportunities are for expansions.
The average enterprise data center costs between $10 million and $12 million per megawatt to build, with costs typically front-loaded onto the first few megawatts of deployment. Seasoned data center builder Peter Sacco, founder and CEO of PTS Data Center Solutions, claims that it is possible to drive down costs by around 25 per cent or more, simply by being more disciplined on design.
How can data center operators insulate themselves from the increasing risks posed by aging centralized power grids prone to outages and vulnerable to natural
It’s vital for companies to invest in data center operations that are simple in design, easy to operate, and minimize infrastructure needed to achieve