Tag Archives: Data

Flywheel vs. Battery for Data Center Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS)

By Matthew J. Woo, P.E., RCDD, LEED AP BD+C Nobody likes an interruption, whether it’s when you’re speaking, working, or perhaps enjoying a good movie, or if it involves the functionality of some piece of equipment on which you rely, like your computer, lighting at night, or your TV during that good movie. For most […]

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Do you know what your data is telling you?

By Jeff Yirak, P.E., LEED AP BD+C, O+M In our computer-augmented world, we are chronically overloaded with data. I received “about 11,430,000,000” returns when I Googled “google”. What would I do with over eleven billion search results? A similar phenomenon happens in commissioning. Most building management systems (BMS) are capable of collecting and storing as […]

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What to do with all this client intelligence?

By Margaret Felts Over my last two blog posts we have discussed how to best gather client intelligence and why. Here’s a quick refresher: “Conducting client interviews throughout the life of the project allows you to fix the issue before it is too late – when the project is complete.” Now that you have the […]

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Data Center Design: You should be reading this.

 By Morena Sanidad, P.E., LEED AP Are you a Data Center Operator, Owner, IT, or A&E Consultant looking to expand your knowledge on data center design?  There are a few documents available online and several standards that can be purchased. If you are not sure where to start, you don’t have to look far anymore. 

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