Data Center Design & Operations Courses

16 Sep 2014 8:38 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

The courses cover content within the TIA-942 & ANSI/BICSI 002 data center standards.


Oct. 13th – 16th, Raleigh NC
DCN225 Data Center Network Design is a 4 day course that addresses the technology design requirements within the data center computer room, with a focus on the network architecture and topology, the low voltage network cabling systems and power distribution from the UPS to the IT equipment.


Nov. 17th – 20th, Charlotte NC
DCA150 Advancements in Data Center Design & Operations is a 4 day course that addresses the data center facility and technology design requirements - covering power, cooling, network, building and site considerations when designing a data center.


Both courses are approved for BICSI CECs, and documentation is provided to attendees who need credits for PE, State construction trade licensing or project management continuing education requirements.


These courses provide an excellent insight into the coordination that is required between facilities & IT, and integrated operational guidelines that will benefit data center managers & designers. The lab exercises provide practical applications for the participants to evaluate space, power, cooling & network topology, redundancy & capacity planning.


More information on these courses, including a partial list of past participants, course summary, schedule of course locations and the ability to register online is available on our web site at

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