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Learn from top recruiter what are the skills needed for an MEP engineer in your area MEP stands for Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing. It can be best described as a field that is concerned with the planning, designing, and managing of all MEP systems in a building. An MEP engineer is someone who has dedicated
A Navy Nuclear Technician is a sailor that is specially selected for nuclear power training to become a part of the navy nuclear program. In the U.S navy, one of the most difficult and mentally challenging programs you could get into is the Navy Nuclear Program. In order to become a part of this prestigious
What Top Jobs Are Available for Former Navy Nukes in Data Centers and Critical Facilities? Over the last two decades, the nuclear resources in the United States of America have grown considerably. This wide-spread growth has resulted in the creation of nuclear power plants, weapons, reactors, submarines, and ships that make use of nuclear energy.
There is no sense in being dramatic by replaying the surreal events that defined 2020. The only productive idea is taking actionable steps that will attempt to drive us forward effectively as a country and a society. One big blow of 2020 is what it did to the employment market. For most people and businesses,
Infrastructure Talent Needs For Cutting-Edge Data Centers – Part 2: Insights from industry expert Peter Kazella
This is Part 2 of an interview with Ashley Dunham featured in PANDUIT CONNNECTIONS In the second of our two-part blog series with industry expert Peter Kazella of Pkaza, a 12-year Data Center Facilities recruiter, we discuss what it takes to go live with a newly built data center and what to look out for when
Here’s everything you need to know about data center infrastructure trends and talent needs in 2021 This is an interview with Ashley Dunham featured in PANDUIT CONNNECTIONS As you modernize, upgrade, and invest in your data center, your team needs skilled technicians and leaders if you want to take full advantage of the new trends
- NTT Global Continues Expansion With New Santa Clara Data CenterNTT Global Data Centers Americas has opened its SV1 data center in Santa Clara, which is the company's first presence in the supply-constrained Silicon Valley market. The facility features a base isolation system to provide advanced protection against earthquakes.Rich Miller
- NVIDIA Launches Grace CPU to Bring Arm Efficiency to Massive AI WorkloadsNVIDIA is entering the CPU market with an Arm-based processor that will be tightly integrated with its next-generation GPUs. The Grace CPU seeks to bring new levels of power and efficiency to massive AI workloads, and offer a high-end alternative to Intel x86 CPUs.Rich Miller
- Foiled Plot to Attack Amazon Reflects Changing Nature of Data Center ThreatsA foiled plot to attack a data center in Virginia underscores the evolving landscape for data center security. Conspiracies create new risks, but modern data centers remain among the best protected buildings in the world.Rich Miller
- Reduce Your Water Footprint Cost-Effectively: Three Tips for Data CentersCem Candir, CEO of Chemstar WATER, provides three tips for data centers looking for cost-effective ways to reduce their water footprint.Voices of the Industry
- Data Center Jobs: Engineering Positions Available in Major MarketsEach month Data Center Frontier in partnership with Pkaza post some of the hottest data center career opportunities in the market. Here's a look at some of the latest job postings.Kevin Normandeau
- Generator Catches Fire, Causes Lengthy Data Center Outage at WebNXAn emergency generator caught fire at a data center in Ogden, Utah, causing the full shutdown of the data center and lengthy outages for customers. The incident at WebNX follows a more serious fire that destroyed an entire OVH data center in France.Rich Miller
- Microsoft’s Belady on Immersion: ‘Air Cooling is Not Enough’Microsoft has begun using immersion-cooled servers in production, the company said this week. The announcement is a meaningful milestone for adoption of two-phase immersion, which promises major gains in density and efficiency.Rich Miller
- Best of Voices: Top Data Center Insights from Q1 of 2021Education is part of our mission at Data Center Frontier. In our Voices of the Industry feature, we share the experience of data center executives on the front lines of innovation. Here’s a look at the most popular Voices columns for the first quarter of 2021.Sarah Rubenoff
- Intel Unveils Ice Lake Xeons, Touting Flexible Power for Diverse WorkloadsA re-energized Intel has launched its Ice Lake family of 10 nm processors, bringing new levels of power and efficiency to its data center platform. Intel is emphasizing the versatility of the 3rd Gen Intel Xeon chips, touting their readiness for workloads from AI to the cloud to the edge.Rich Miller
- With Aptum Deal, eStruxture Expands Data Center Network Across CanadaWith its recent acquisition of Aptum's Canadian data centers, eStruxture has built a Canada-focused colocation business that now features 14 data centers and 100 megawatts of capacity.Rich Miller
The Certified Mission Critical Operator program was created to meet the growing need for qualified operators to maintain today’s complex data centers. Experienced Mission Critical Operators from major corporations created the blueprint via a grant from the US Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. For excellence in operating a Mission Critical data center, you can count on a Certified Mission Critical Operator (CMCO).
DCPRO is a wholly owned subsidiary of DatacenterDynamics, the industry's most influential media and events brand. DC Professional Ltd. was formed in 2011 to service the professional development needs of the rapidly evolving mission critical IT infrastructure industry. They have provided classroom training to more than 12,000 students around the world - in many languages - through its network of expert instructors, and has delivered more than 15,000 modules of online training.
Uptime Institute aligns their data center education and training programs along three tracks, focused on data center design, management and operations. Uptime Institute teaches courses in over 30 cities worldwide, providing you a convenient opportunity to join an alumni network of over 3000 graduates around the world and take your data center education to the next level. Uptime Institute has earned CPD Accreditation through The CPD Standards Office. Taking Uptime Institute Accredited Training Courses qualifies as continuing education credits.
The Marist College Institute for Data Center Professionals (IDCP) was founded in 2004 with support and funding from the National Science Foundation. In partnership with professional, industry and governmental organizations, the IDCP has been providing individuals and corporate teams with skills-based education and credentialing supporting the data center and enterprise computing environments of the future.
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