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 [...]

Case Study: Scalable Infrastructure for High-Density Data Center

2020-06-16T04:33:04-08:00 May 16, 2020|Containment, Design & Installation, Low Voltage Structured Cabling, Racks & Hardware|

Objective The customer, a cloud company, is looking to build out the infrastructure in its colocation data center in Santa Clara, California. Needing nearly half a megawatt of power, this technology company required the installation of new equipment, maximizing the use of materials already available, and a plan for equipment to be purchased later. The [...]

Copper Cable Testing Results Explained

2017-04-13T10:25:43-08:00 April 13, 2017|Low Voltage Structured Cabling|

All Mirapath structured cabling projects are completed with full cable testing reports. Sometimes, the reports can be hard to understand. So we have created a guide to help decipher the copper cable testing reports. See below for explanations of specifications as well as the most significant test results categories. Mirapath uses the Fluke DSX-1800 and DSX-5000 [...]

Case Study: New Office and Engineering Lab Build Out

2017-04-11T08:22:20-08:00 December 28, 2016|Design & Installation, Low Voltage Structured Cabling|

Company: Solid-State Storage Technology Company Location: San Jose, CA Project / Building Size: 80,000 sq. ft. Project Type: New Construction, Structured Cabling, and Lab Build Out Project Scope: Mirapath was contracted to provide and install 500+ internal data ports within an 80,000 sq. ft single story building, including user work stations, conference rooms, offices, lobby, [...]

How to Design and Install Infrastructure Under a Tight Deadline

2017-01-11T12:18:33-08:00 September 12, 2016|Design & Installation, Low Voltage Structured Cabling, Moves & Migrations|

Objective The customer, a Fortune 100 multi platform technology company, was looking to consolidate multiple engineering labs from various locations into a single colocation to allow for expansion in 3 weeks. Scope of Work Design and Installation Working closely with the customer, the Mirapath team designed and installed both the mechanical and electrical infrastructure for [...]

Mirapath Announces International Expansion

2017-01-11T12:19:29-08:00 August 31, 2016|Design & Installation, Low Voltage Structured Cabling, News|

Mirapath announced today that it is expanding internationally with the opening of its first European office in Amsterdam, Netherlands to address its global customers’ demand. Concurrent with this new office, Mirapath successfully completed its first European project - a full build out of an engineering lab for a leading cybersecurity company based in the U.S. [...]

Fortune 500 Company Increases Office Workspace by 40%

2017-01-11T12:20:30-08:00 March 15, 2016|Low Voltage Structured Cabling, Managed Services|

Background and Challenges The customer needed to renovate their 4 story building's office space to allow for more workstations with minimal costs. All existing cubicles would be removed with new cubicles and configurations. However, to keep costs down, the customer wanted to reuse existing cabling as much as possible. This required a lot of pre-planning, [...]

7,500 Copper and Fiber Connections in 20 Days

2017-01-11T12:21:30-08:00 September 21, 2015|Connectivity, Low Voltage Structured Cabling, Power Strips|

In a span of 21 days, Mirapath deployed 7,500 copper and fiber connections for a leading eCommerce company. Background and Challenge One of the largest eCommerce companies in the world was building up its colocation site under tight deadlines. The original goal was to have 150 racks deployed along with 300 power strips and 7,500 fiber [...]