Using the know-how acquired in the sector of security and electric facilities as starting point, MGH SYSTEMS designs and constructs Data Centers of the latest generation. In the market it is the first and only Italian system integrator to have obtained the certification ATS (Accredited Tier Specialist) and ATD (Accredited Tier Designer) certification from the Uptime Institute. In the same year obtains the CDCDP® (Certified Data Centre Professional) certification by CNET, for the Data Center design in accordance with the requirements of the current BS EN 50600 and TIA 942-A standards, industry best practices and codes of conduct.

The Group can count on the skills of its engineers, designers and qualified technical staff to engineer and construct data centers of any level of complexity (Tier I, II, III, IV), which allows the company to offer customers “turn-key” solutions. This formula includes project studies, analysis phases, the engineering and construction of the Data Center, in addition to guaranteeing its effective management and maintenance (M&O).

BUSINESS MODEL

MGH SYSTEMS can boast of solutions that provide the answer to the most complex needs of the market via the elaboration of two business models:

Construction of Data Centers on behalf of customers. MGH offers a highly innovative solution that includes the construction and maintenance of the entire infrastructure that remains the customer’s property;

Rental of Data Centers to customers. MGH builds the Data Center on behalf of customers and according to their specifications but remains the owner of the infrastructure, which is then rented to the customers (with or without active servers/appliances). The M&O service is supplied as well. This approach allows customers to turn investments into operating costs (CAPEX vs OPEX): the Data Center remains the property of MGH so it does not impact the capital invested by the customer. In this way only the rental cost will be entered in the customer’s balance sheets. This model is particularly popular among multinational groups with relatively rigid accounting policies that involve operating profitability indexes and invested capital turnover rates.