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NxGen Modular Launches Data Center Operations

Submitted by on 28 March, 2020 – 4:32 pm

SAN JOSE, CA – NxGen modular, a specialized manufacturer of turnkey modular buildings, mission-critical assemblies, has formally launched its operations focused on the development and installation of modular data centers. Kris Holla, an entrepreneur in the tech world, leads the company as its President and CEO.

“The mission-critical market is moving into a new dimension with the companies require speed to market, reducing initial capital efficiency and reduce operational costs in progress,” said Holla, in making the announcement. “NxGen is to provide the most innovative companies today quickest and most efficient in the construction and delivery of data centers.”

Each data center NxGen fits with a selection of 50 test modules pre-engineering, design and manufacture that are assembled according to the specific needs of a company. This building block approach to maximize efficiency while maintaining the flexibility necessary for continued growth of the company. As a result, NxGen reduce the costs of data centers “in advance by 40 percent and operating costs by 30 percent while providing a 40 percent reduction in time to market.

“For companies that face pressure to reduce initial costs and total and reducing cycle time, NxGen offers a solution that is unique in our industry,” said Eric Lamb, executive vice president of DPR Construction, one of the builders country’s largest mission critical facilities that are currently working with a modular NxGen project. “NxGen has taken the experience of leading data center engineers and builders to develop a modular offering that can be adapted and extended to the specific needs of a company.”

Since the centers are scalable modular NxGen – able to grow with a company – the costs remain proportionate to the needs of businesses and budgets.

The success of this approach is evident in the construction NxGen a data center in Iowa a turnkey supplier of the software world. The two stages, 10 MW data center, which mandated strict food safety, and specifications of the budget is expected within 37 weeks in a savings of more than 30 percent over traditional construction.

Holla, leading to NxGen over 20 years experience in international business, will lead the company’s efforts to address the exponential growth in demand for similar projects. He is a veteran business strategist and operator in the development of global technology market. NxGen joins Emerson Network Power Group / Knuerr (NYSE: EMR), where he was executive vice president and sales manager. Before its sale to Emerson, Holla was co-owner of Grupo Knuerr and helped reposition the company as a provider of data center infrastructures principal and solutions.

Holla has a master’s degree in industrial engineering from Oregon State, Corvallis, and a BS in mechanical engineering from Bangalore, India. It also has an executive MBA from Stanford University.

About NxGen modular
From the point of view informed by 25 years of experience in mission critical worth more than $ 3 billion, modular NxGen is to provide today’s most innovative companies with a faster, more effective means of building data centers. By applying an approach based on experience, together with design techniques and modeling next-generation, modular NxGen offers an improvement of buildings or systems at a fraction of the cost and time of known alternatives.

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