Established in 2004 and headquartered in Houston, Texas, our firm specializes in deployment of mission critical infrastructure solutions for all market verticals. The principals of Evolve have been professionally dedicated to the industry serving private and public entities across the Americas, Canada, Europe and Africa. Evolve has hundreds of years of combined expertise within our organization and has completed over 1000 critical infrastructure projects with our 40+ member team.
Since 2004 Evolve’s mission continues to be to serve our Clients as trusted advisors in all facets of the mission critical infrastructure lifecycle in facility planning, design, deployment and management.
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Building a new data center is a complex and costly undertaking that requires a wide range of expertise and resources. It involves designing and constructing a facility that can meet your organization's unique needs and support your critical IT operations. You have the option of working with a single source vendor or multiple contractors to get the job done.
Building a data center for a hospital system requires a significant investment in time, money, and resources. A data center is a critical component of any healthcare organization, as it enables the storage, processing, and analysis of large amounts of data. In this article, we will discuss the key elements that need to be considered when building a data center for a hospital system.
A properly designed and built data center is essential for colocation companies. As a “colo” provider, companies are providing space, power, and cooling infrastructure to host their IT equipment. Colocation allows businesses to outsource the management and maintenance of their IT infrastructure, allowing them to focus on their core competencies.
In today's fast-paced digital world, businesses and organizations of all sizes rely on data centers to store, process, and manage their critical data. However, the traditional approach of building and maintaining a large, monolithic data center needs to be updated, efficient, and costly. Modular data centers offer a flexible and scalable alternative that can help companies meet their evolving IT requirements while reducing costs and improving performance.