DCK Webinar: Custom Data Center Designs

The concept and purpose of a custom data center would seem obvious, like a custom suit, a custom facility would be specially designed and built to meet the owner’s exact specifications. Yet, it is an often used and sometimes misunderstood term when referring to data centers. The basic rationale of a data center is relatively universal:  provide a secure and reliable facility to contain and support the computing, storage and communications systems, yet not all data centers are identically designed or built the same way. While the general requirements of most organizations are similar, one size or design does not fit all.

Join Data Center Knowledge contributor Julius Neudorfer on Wednesday, October 30 for a special webinar in which Julius will discuss Custom Data Center Designs.

Title: Custom Data Center Design
Date: Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Time: 2 pm Eastern/ 11 am Pacific (Duration 60 minutes, including time for Q&A)
Register: Sign up for the webinar.

In this webinar, we will examine some of the factors to consider when designing a custom data center for your organization. You’ll learn:

  • Comparative Costs
  • Efficiency: Power and Cooling Systems
  • Potential Pitfalls of a Custom Design
  • Business Justification
  • And more…

Following the presentation, there will be a Q&A session with your peers, Julius and industry experts from Digital Realty. Sign up today and you will receive further instructions via e-mail about the webinar. We invite you to join the conversation.

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About the Author

Andy Boyd is the Data Center Vertical Product Manager at iNET Interactive - a web-centric media company serving special interest communities through prominent online properties, events, and publications.

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