Datacenter Design Seminar – July 25th

By Chris SeveyEvents, Seminars


IT managers, facility managers, and CIOs feel increasing pressure to achieve zero downtime, to scale the data center to meet ever-changing requirements, and to reduce energy costs. The search for the most reliable and efficient power and cooling infrastructure has become even more critical.

During this seminar you will learn about…

• Legacy data center power design
• Legacy design efficiency
• Modular/scalable data center design
• Modular/scalable efficiency
• Plug-to-pole management
• Legacy data center cooling design
• Modular/scalable cooling systems
• Hot isle / Cold isle design
• Hot isle containment design
• Modern, kW per rack, design criteria

This seminar is designed for engineers, electrical contractors, network specialists, facility managers, data center managers, or anyone responsible for power quality in your facility or facility designs.

• BICSI recognizes Data Center Design training for Continuing Education Credits (CECs)
• This class is approved by the Iowa Electrical Examining Board
• CEUs and PDHs are available for this seminar.

This seminar will be from 9 a.m. to noon on July 25th, with breakfast available at 8:30.

To register, please click: Here