Johnston Technologies recently completed a full replacement of the raised access floor at a large data center in Nashville. This job, however, came with a caveat. The caveat was that we needed to replace the floor tiles underneath the racks, while the equipment was live. As data center personnel are aware, servers are expensive, time […]Read More
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Johnston Technologies features different projects performed at some of the biggest companies in the country.
Customer Johnston Technologies recently completed a build-out at a large healthcare insurance provider in Tampa, Florida. At the time we accepted the project, the data center was already live with one Uninterruptible Power Supplies, an Automatic Transfer Switch, and a single generator. Our customer needed both a solution and a project manager to manage adding […]Read More
Customer A State of Tennessee Emergency Communications District (E.C.D.), in a county estimated above 200,000 residents, approved construction for a brand new Emergency Communications Center. Included in the building would be its own medium sized data center. This building will also host an emergency management department, training facilities, and a call center. The new building […]Read More
Situation A multi campus client of Johnston Technologies was struggling to maintain a normal battery life in their uninterruptible power supply (UPS). The building was limited on available space, so the decision was made to set the UPS in a condensed room with no central air conditioning availability and located in a parking garage. Over […]Read More
Project: Hot-Aisle Containment Situation A Nashville retailer, with over 180 stores nation-wide, has recently undergone several major data center renovations to grow their data center capabilities. Their biggest challenge is that they need to grow without expanding the physical size of the data center, which is currently at maximum capacity. This land lock results in […]Read More
SITUATION: (Company A) is one of the nation’s leading operators of general acute care hospitals. The organization’s affiliates own, operate or lease 134 hospitals in 29 states, with an aggregate of approximately 20,000 licensed beds. In over 55 percent of the markets served, Company A-affiliated hospitals are the sole provider of healthcare services. In April 2012, Company A […]Read More