Sunspeed Transport Services announce data centre relocation service to companies

Relocating a data centre can be a tedious task. Luckily, a local company is about to take over the server relocation industry. More information: https://www.sunspeed.co.uk/services/data-centre-relocation/

Farnborough, United Kingdom - December 3, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Relocating a data centre can be a tedious task. Luckily, a local company based in Farnborough, United Kingdom is about to take over the server relocation industry for good with the announcement of its data centre relocation service. The company in question is Sunspeed Transport Services Ltd and they have a whopping 30 years experience providing consumers with bespoke data centre relocation services.

Not only are Sunspeed able to support companies and public organisations with the physical movement of their equipment, they can also provide an end-to-end solution which covers everything from the initial audit and the preparation of key migration documents (such as rack plans and patching schedules) to the delivery of entire full cabling solutions which support the migration.

Sunspeed know what they’re talking about, too. Boasting some high profile case studies, some of these case studies include the Ministry of Defence (MoD), Barclays, HSCB and even Oracle Corporation. They are capable of handling all types and sizes of data centre relocation demands and they do it in a very safe and secure manner, the team behind the companies work are absolute experts at de-racking and re-racking both server and storage equipment, even networking equipment too. They hold a vast amount of experience working across a multitude of hardware platforms.

If you’d like to read more information about this new service, head on over to https://www.sunspeed.co.uk/services/data-centre-relocation/

All personnel who operate at Sunspeed Transport Services Ltd are Security Check Enhanced level cleared and strict security protocols are enforced at all times, ensuring a discreet and safe service.

The company uses only specialist computer-spec vehicles ranging from small secure vans to 26-ton rigid trucks. This means that Sunspeed Transport Services Ltd is able to deliver projects of all shapes and sizes, from securely moving a single server to the deployment of large-scale cloud environments.

A spokesperson for the company said: “No matter the size or scope, a dedicated project coordinator is assigned to all projects. As the main point of contact whilst a project is in delivery, the project coordinator is responsible for developing the migration plan, briefing the engineering teams and organising the logistics. An effective migration plan takes into account everything from resource, site and downtime constraints, to pre-migration tasks, resource allocation and route planning.”

For further information about Sunspeed Transport Services Ltd or the new Data Centre Relocation service, it can all be discovered at http://www.sunspeed.co.uk

Contact Info:
Name: Neville Christian
Email: Send Email
Organization: Sunspeed Transport Services Ltd
Address: Sunspeed House, 18 Hercules Way, Farnborough GU14 6UU, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1252-513996
Website: http://www.sunspeed.co.uk

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88936998

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