MSSI Builds Perimeter Security for Data Centers Around the U.S.
Rooted in the very first computers of the 1940's, computers that consumed entire rooms in some cases, data centers have played an ever growing role in our lives. From the dot-com boom of the late 90's to the early 2000's and on through today, the collection, protection, and security of data have played a major role in our lives. As these data centers have grown and new data centers have been built, the security of the data centers physical locations has also grown. Global companies like Google, Facebook, and Amazon are in the process of building data centers around the world. It is projected that in 2019 alone more than $204 billion will be spent each year on IT in the U.S. while $3.79 trillion will be spent worldwide.
This growth and development of greenfield projects require sufficient perimeter security, and that is where Modular Security Systems Inc. and the patented Modular Access Control (MAC) Portal come into play. Utilizing the turn-key portability of the patented MAC Portal with full height, high security turnstiles and access control technology pre-installed, customers involved in the construction of these data centers have been able to secure their projects and protect their sites.
Built from steel, ISO shipping containers with corner casting and forklift pockets, the MAC Portal is the only patented portable turnstiles and access control solution in the US, Canada, and the E.U. Our patented MAC Portals save construction projects like data centers significant amounts of time and money. Because our perimeter security solutions are fully engineered, designed, and manufactured off-site, they can be custom designed to meet our customers site specific needs with little to no work needed onsite.
Once construction is complete, our patented MAC portals can be easily relocated to another location or used as permanent security solutions for the completed data centers. As the collection of data for cloud based storage companies continues to grow, the need for data centers will inevitably grow as well. In turn so will the need for security on these projects.