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So far Dominic Go has created 16 blog entries.

Case Study: If Opportunity Doesn’t Knock…

2021-05-27T10:12:56-08:00 May 27, 2021|Colocation, Connectivity, Design & Installation, Low Voltage Structured Cabling, Power Management, Services|

Before Apple released the iPhone, do you think Steve Jobs was just focused on selling his iPod Touches and Shuffles? No, he created his own opportunities by constantly innovating to meet the needs of Apple customers. Have you heard the saying? “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door”. That’s exactly what Mirapath did in [...]

Case Study: (Almost) Crossing Borders

2021-05-27T10:07:56-08:00 February 25, 2021|Colocation, Connectivity, Design & Installation, Low Voltage Structured Cabling, Power Management, Services|

When was the last time you traveled to another country? It seems like forever ago when we were able to travel without any restrictions. Here’s the story of how our technicians almost made it into Canada but were still able to keep our customers happy. One of our customers has a site in Canada [...]

Case Study: The Customer’s Always Right…right?

2021-02-10T14:15:14-08:00 February 10, 2021|Colocation, Connectivity, Design & Installation, Low Voltage Structured Cabling, Power Management, Services|

Here’s the question of the century - is the customer always right? At Mirapath, yes, the customer is always right, and we’ll do everything in our power to make sure they’re happy. Does that make us a kiss-up? Maybe. Do we care? Not at all. This recent project was for a customer who offers [...]

Case Study: Healthcare Heroes

2020-12-30T10:50:16-08:00 December 30, 2020|Colocation, Connectivity, Design & Installation, Low Voltage Structured Cabling, Power Management, Services|

In the midst of all this chaos we call 2020, there has been one vital industry keeping us all afloat, healthcare. Before we begin our story, we want to take this opportunity to show our support and gratitude for all healthcare professionals, especially those working on the frontlines to keep us safe! It is [...]

Case Study: Business As Usual

2020-12-30T10:33:57-08:00 November 18, 2020|Connectivity, Design & Installation, Low Voltage Structured Cabling, Power Management, Services|

As we head into our ninth month of this pandemic, we’re getting more used to this idea of the “New Normal”. Our office setup at home, Zoom meetings in pajama pants, and inevitable shipping delays are just a snippet of how things have changed since the beginning of 2020. What would’ve sounded really impressive [...]

Case Study: A Race Against Time

2020-12-30T10:34:41-08:00 September 29, 2020|Connectivity, Containment, Design & Installation, KVM, Power Management, Racks & Hardware, Remote Access, Services|

Have you ever tracked down a moving FedEx truck for a package? That’s exactly what our Project Manager, Steve, had to do for this project. Mirapath recently had a project in Brisbane, California for a customer we’ve had for about 3-4 years now. They told us what they wanted, and the Mirapath team put [...]

Case Study: Pandemic Edition

2020-12-30T10:34:59-08:00 September 1, 2020|Connectivity, Containment, Design & Installation, KVM, Power Management, Racks & Hardware, Remote Access, Services|

Our long-time customer is a global cybersecurity leader focused on shaping the cloud-centric future. They are dedicated to solving the greatest security challenges through constant innovation using the latest technologies in artificial intelligence, analytics, automation, and orchestration. With over 70,000 customers, this customer is on the frontline to protect these organizations across clouds, networks, [...]

Case Study: Finding a Holistic Solution

2020-12-29T12:10:43-08:00 May 27, 2020|Colocation, Containment, Design & Installation, Low Voltage Structured Cabling, Power Management, Power Strips, Racks & Hardware, Remote Access|

Preparing to move into a colocation can be a daunting and complicated process. There are many decisions that impact the cost to build, operate, and scale the data center remotely. In the past, IT departments would provide an estimate for the equipment and power needs required for their own systems. Some of these estimates [...]