The evolution of the data center is under acceleration. The standard builds and designs of 10 or 15 years ago are rapidly giving way to more flexible models that can match an increasingly sophisticated customer base. This change is not unlike the trajectory of the Model T Ford and its cookie cutter design, which was revolutionary in its era, but eventually could not keepup with the pace of society or provide consumers the full spectrum of what they wanted in a vehicle. What does this mean for the data center industry? It means change is underway, and change propelled by smart innovation can be a very good thing.