Company will provide Data Infrastructure support for the Defense Enterprise Computing Center in Missouri, Pennsylvania and Utah.

INODE was awarded three contracts within the last quarter of 2017 to provide Data Infrastructure support for the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) in support of the Defense Enterprise Computing Center (DECC). These SBA 8(a) Directed Award Contracts will total just over half a million dollars.

DISA’s datacenters provide routine and mission-critical computer processing resources and support to numerous Government agencies, 24 hours per day, seven days per week. DISA’s operational goal is to provide high availability and redundancy to all supported programs and workloads at a Tier III redundant datacenter.

The three projects will include the procurement and installation of a cold aisle containment enclosure for data center equipment rack cooling as well as five supporting in-row coolers and two 225kVA Power Distribution Units in St. Louis, the provisioning of four 225 KVA and two 150 KVA Spare Power Distribution Units (PDUs) to meet growing system demands in Mechanicsburg, and the installation of a cold aisle containment enclosure and two GFE 225 kVA PDUs in Ogden.

INODE’s successful past datacenter engagements with DISA, the United States Air Force, US Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command, US Army 5th Signal Command Datacenters, Defense Security Cooperation Agency and Defense Media Activity bring a wealth of experience to the table that will ensure the successful evolution of the DECC’s infrastructure.