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November 21, 2016

The data center industry is growing. As it does, it faces a host of new challenges and changes—from cloud adoption to data sovereignty. Today’s data-savvy companies face technological problems head-on. But the central tasks remain the same: keeping up with continual changes and protecting the equipment that’s necessary to do so.   

In this evolutionary cycle, what worked yesterday might not work today—and what works today will soon need updates and modifications.

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November 7, 2016

When looking at an industry’s success, it’s easy to focus on the big picture. On a macro scale, United States manufacturers contributed $2.17 trillion to our home economy last year. That’s incredible and impressive, but simply looking at the big picture and neglecting to dig deeper means you can’t tell why manufacturing in the U.S. remains so successful. By focusing on individual communities, it is possible to see the relationship between towns and manufacturing facilities and understand that... Read More

November 3, 2016

You’re designing a new data center, ready to take on the first and most critical decision: whether to choose a turnkey solution or a site-built option. Deciding to move forward with the traditional site-built process, however, introduces concerns that can affect your project timeline and equipment security. 

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October 27, 2016

What Fibrebond does is very technical with complex systems, so there is a lot that first must go into establishing our customers’ expectations. This all begins with developing a relationship between our customers’ needs and our project management teams. We work with our customers on future needs like safety, state codes, or even problems when they arise.

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October 27, 2016

How do you recruit people to Minden, Louisiana? The answer is, it’s very easy! Northern Louisiana is a good environment to live in, with many things going for it which allows us to bring in good people who are highly skilled. Everyone at Fibrebond starts as a “learning employee” and are then brought along and helped to further develop skills to where he or she can be part of many different projects. As our team members grow in what they can do, so does Fibrebond and we could not be more proud... Read More

October 24, 2016

What makes Fibrebond different? We’re proud of the fact that we build here in Louisiana, that we deploy all over the country, and from there, take the care to install the structure and equipment properly, connected properly, tested properly. Customers notice the difference, and continue to tell us that we are different and that’s what keeps us going.

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October 24, 2016

For over 30 years, Fibrebond, located in Northern Louisiana, has built mission-critical equipment structures for the power industry, telecom industry, and backup power generation. Building a platform or building is the simplest thing we do. It’s the installing customer’s equipment while handling and wiring correctly where we make the difference. At Fibrebond, we have the ability to simplify a customer’s complex needs by bringing those needs into our facility and outputting a reliable product... Read More

October 19, 2016

Whether you've experienced one in person or watched them online, TED talks are famous for delivering short inspirational messages on topics in technology, entertainment and design. They often are the genesis for disruptive changes in an industry by bringing like-minded people together around a new idea.

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October 5, 2016

One of the biggest challenges faced by a growing technology company is the need for more computing power. Many find themselves stuck as their demand grows: thanks to budget constraints or a lack of space, they are unable to build the new data center they need in order to keep expanding. The solution many companies are turning to? Implementation of data center skids. By pre-assembling data systems and subsystems in a factory before installing them on-site, a company can get the computing speed... Read More

September 17, 2016

According to the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), manufacturers contributed $2.17 trillion to the U.S. economy in 2015, or 12.1% of GDP. Furthermore, with the aid of IMPLAN economic impact modeling, NAM calculates that for every $1.00 spent in manufacturing, another $1.81 is added to the economy. This is the highest economic impact multiplier of any economic sector. 

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