In the past couple of years, one of LLNL's achievements was the build out of an
enterprise-class data center in B112 under the O& B PAD.
Fully redundant power, industry standard everything!
Only one side of it has been fully populated. When the time came to to populate the other side, ULM decided to do it on the cheap by ordering the undoing of the power redundancy from the populated side to accommodate the unpopulated side.
This is to allow more tenants to move in with little cost.
The result is that we will have a grade C data center.
Imagine telling doing an A+ job and being told that C+ would have been OK!
That is what happens when bureaucrats (instead of Managers) make decisions.
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