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Military, defense and national security have unique data center requirements including extreme security, rapid deployment, high mobility, distributed redundancy, and absolute availability & reliability. Situated data center are as much required in defense as dynamic sites. Geophysical adaptability and resistance towards the ambient conditions embedded with layer after layer of shielding, proofing and protection measures are essentials of military and defense data centers in dynamic mode. Nature of military and national security as well as strategic operations by defense and intelligence communities provide greater situational visibility resulting in more information available about the physical environment. Deployed in significant military operations, field telemetry, mobile/vehicle applications, harbors/ports, and emergency temporary networks, network infrastructures and robust communication backbone enable troops to potentially conceal threats. As the demand for timely, life-saving information increases and new multimedia applications are developed to exploit minute details and data networks can give military personnel immediate, relevant data from key facilities, vital and sensitive necessities. However, unlike other industries’ data centers, data centers for military and defense must be tackled against harshest physical conditions and security threats. TechXact data center expertise provides defense and intelligence communities with advanced specialties to address these challenges.

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The mission of the military is to serve and protect. Today this is an increasingly complex challenge from state and local issues to those that affect national security at home and abroad. TechXact also premiers specialized Data Center services such as data center assessment, data center audit, data center engineering and design, data center consultancy, data center staff training and certification, project data center management, data center testing commissioning and much more that can significantly reduce risks (in this case save lives and national interest) and maximize robustness, uptime and availability.

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