Data Center Site Selection Experts Serving Vermont, VT
Data Center Site Selection Specialists Serving Vermont, VT
Building a data center is a mission-critical endeavor. The business case behind developing such an asset starts with the data center site location. It is imperative to create the complex plan and requirements necessary to deploy your data center, but none is as important than where to locate your data center.
DCI will diligently work with you to fully assess a potential critical facility property for its advantages and disadvantages. There are many factors that will be important to your business model and DCI will go through the data center site selection process so you can advance your plan, goals, and long-term strategy with confidence.
DCI offers the following site selection services and we also deal following data center real estate contacts in Vermont:
- Colocation site selection services
- Data center location strategy
- Help finding data center space
- Evaluation for data center site selection
- Data center location services
- Data center colocation site selection
- Search for available data center space
- Finding the right data center space
- Analyzing colocation space
- Data center facility spaces
- Data center rental spaces
- Finding data center space
- Data centers for sale
- Data center for sale real estate
- Data center land for sale
- Data center lease agreements
- Data center rentals
- Data centers for lease
- Finding the best data center locations
- Selling used data centers
- Data strategies for real estate
- Dealing with data center brokers
- Dealing with data center real estate agents
What Our Customers Say
Have worked with the Managing Principals for more than 20 years on numerous data center projects. This experience included multiple aspects of data center construction including early project site selection, design, project budgeting, pre-construction, and construction services. For all these services DCi has performed with the utmost professionalism. They are an excellent trusted partner.
Data Center Architect
One aspect of the program where DCi has been especially helpful is validating construction costs early in the budgeting phase. They have extensive experience working with all construction trades and manufacturers to create and confirm project pricing.
Data Center Electrical Engineer
We engaged with DCi very early in the project and I was impressed with the level of rigor of evaluation of project design options to meet the Owner’s objectives while leveraging suppliers and all design partners strengths.
Data Center Engineer
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Frequently Asked Data Center Deployment Questions:
Q: What is an Exchange Colocation?
- A: A multi-tenant, turnkey data centers where the ISPs interconnect which offer services down to the rack or partial rack / cabinet.
Q: What is a kWh?
- A: Electric power is sold in units called kilowatt hours, 1 kWh is the amount of energy delivered in one hour at a power level of 1000 watts. This abbreviation for “kilowatt hour” (kWh) is mostly used in writing rather than conversation.
Q: What is hosting?
- A: The service of running servers on behalf of another party, allowing those organizations to focus on managing their applications, instead of hardware and operating system administration. There are various levels of service and various kinds of hosting offered (e.g. dedicated, shared, virtual, etc.).
DCI proudly recommends the following industry organizations for more information about the data center industry:
AFCOM - Advancing IT and Data Center Infrastructure Professionals | DCA: Data Center Alliance. DCA Global |
The Green Grid | The Uptime Institute | Gartner | Data Center Knowledge | Data Center Frontier | Data Center Dynamics | International Data Center Authority | IDCA | U.S. Green Building Concil | TIA – Telecommunication Industy Association | TIA-942 Certification | TIA Online | BICSI Data Center Standards | BICSI | DataHawk: Analytics & Optimization for Amazon and Walmart | Infrastructure Masons – Uniting the Builders of the Digital Age | Project Management Institute
Data Center Infrastructures builds data centers in the following states in The United States of America:
Alabama, AL – Alaska, AK – Arizona, AZ – Arkansas, AR – California, CA – Colorado, CO – Connecticut, CT – Delaware, DE – Florida, FL – Georgia, GA – Hawaii, HI – Idaho, ID – Illinois, IL – Indiana, IN – Iowa, IA – Kansas, KS – Kentucky, KY – Louisiana, LA – Maine, ME – Maryland, MD – Massachusetts, MA – Michigan, MI – Minnesota, MN – Mississippi, MS – Missouri, MO – Montana, MT – Nebraska, NE – Nevada, NV – New Hampshire, NH – New Jersey, NJ – New Mexico, NM – New York, NY – North Carolina, NC – North Dakota, ND – Ohio, OH – Oklahoma, OK – Oregon, OR – Pennsylvania, PA – Rhode Island, RI – South Carolina, SC – South Dakota, SD – Tennessee, TN – Texas, TX – Utah, UT – Vermont, VT – Virginia, VA – Washington, WA – West Virginia, WV – Wisconsin, WI – Wyoming, WY
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Facts about Vermont
- Capital: Montpellier
- Year Founded: 1791
- Major Cities: Major Cities
- Borders: New Hampshire, New York, Massachusetts, Canada
- Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Millions USD: $27,296
- Population: 608,827
- Land Area (Sq Miles): 9,609
- High Point (Feet): 4,393
- Other Facts: “Key Industries: Agriculture including apples, maple syrup, cattle, sheep, and dairy products, Electronics, paper, granite, lumber, and tourism. How Vermont got its name: Vermont is derived from two French words mont and vert meaning green mountain. The name was suggested by Dr. Thomas Young in 1777. Vermont State Symbols: State Nickname: Green Mountain State; State Slogan: Vermont, naturally. State Motto: Vermont, Freedom and Unity; State flower: Red Clover; State Bird: Hermit Thrush; State Fish: Brook Trout (cold water), Walleye Pike (warm water); State Tree: Sugar Maple; State Mammal: Morgan horse; State Foods: Apple, Apple Pie. Becoming a State: Date Admitted: Friday, March 4, 1791; Number Admitted: 14; Prior Name: Province of New York, Vermont Republic; Postal Abbreviation: VT. The Geography of Vermont: Total Size: 9,250 sq. miles (source: 2003 Census); Geographical Low Point: Lake Champlain at 95 feet (source: U.S. Geological Survey); Geographical High Point: Mt. Mansfield at 4,393 feet, located in the county/subdivision of Chittenden (source: U.S. Geological Survey); Central Point: Located in Washington County approx. Three miles east of Roxbury (source: U.S. Geological Survey); Counties: 14 (source: National Association of Counties); Bodies of Water: Lake Champlain, Lake Bomoseen, Connecticut River. Famous People: Ethan Allen – One of the founders of Vermont and leader of the Green Mountain Boys.; Chester A. Arthur – The 21st President of the United States; Calvin Coolidge – The 30th President of the United States; John Deere – Invented the steel plow and started the company Deere & Company; Admiral George Dewey – Military hero from the Spanish American War; Joseph Smith – Religious leader and founder of the Latter Day Saints; Norman Rockwell – Artist who lived in Vermont; Hannah Teter – Gold medal snowboarder; Rudy Vallee – Singer and talk show host; Brigham Young – Mormon leader and settler of the Western United States; More Fun Facts: Vermont gets its name from two French words. They are ‘vert’ which means ‘green’ and ‘mont’ which means ‘mountains’. So the state is named after its lovely green mountains.; It was one of the first states to outlaw slavery.; It is the second smallest state by population (after Wyoming).; Ben and Jerry’s ice cream began at a gas station in Burlington, Vermont.; Vermont is the home of maple syrup. Got any pancakes?!; Ethan Allen organized the Green Mountain Boys to help keep the area independent from New Hampshire and New York.; The land was called New Connecticut prior to joining the Union.; It was the first state to join the Union after the original 13 colonies.; President Calvin Coolidge was born in Plymouth, Vermont on the 4th of July in 1872. Professional Sports Teams: There are no major professional sports franchises in Vermont.” Citation: Nelson, Ken. “United States Geography for Kids: Vermont .” Ducksters, Technological Solutions, Inc. (TSI), https://www.ducksters.com/geography/state.php?State=Vermont
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