The German Huf Haus construction company specialises in premium-quality “flat-packed” houses. Someone buying such a house can choose unique specifications for their new home – from size and room layout, right down to choice of taps, tiles and light switches. Once manufacturing is completed, the flat-pack is shipped to the customer’s site along with a “fit-out crew” to assemble it. The end product is a finished, fully-habitable home [complete with power and plumbing connections] that takes approximately one week to install.
The popularity of the concept has grown enormously in recent years, with satisfied customers often lauding the dramatically short completion time – compared with traditional house building techniques .
In a similar fashion to ready-built homes like Huf Haus’, computing technology firms are now offering fully integrated, pre-configured systems to customers that can be up and operating to spec in a fraction of the time that traditional modular installations can take.
XENON too has been quick to adopt this new integrated approach to system delivery, with the ability to fit ready-to-deploy HPC, cloud computing, visualisation and digital cinema solutions. With construction, calibration and configuration already automated at our facilities, installation times have dropped significantly. This has had the dual benefit of cheaper install costs for customers and great service delivery and response times by XENON technicians.
If you’d like to learn more about XENON’s integrated solutions, please contact us or call 1300 888 030.