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Data Center World 2020

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Agenda at a Glance

Critical Facilities Solutions - Live Data Center Floor Replacement and Infrastructure Services

Randy Bishop (Technical Project Manager, Critical Facilities Solutions)

Kevin Beck (Project Manager, Jerry L. Johnson & Associates)

Location: 206A

Date: Tuesday, March 17

Time: 10:30am - 11:30am

Pass Type : All Access, Standard

Track : Mission Critical Facilities & Energy Management

Session Type: Session

Vault Recording: TBD

Introduce and explain the need and processes available for replacing legacy access floor in a live data center with no downtime required. Explain how our system has been successful in hoisting thousands of live server cabinets while replacing tens of thousands of square feet of legacy flooring. Presentation will include case studies with actual project photos case studies will discuss various customer reasons for having to replace their raised floor (i.e. zinc whiskers, floor failure in an equipment area, someone falling into the floor, and lack of replacement parts for the current floor system). Discuss additional infrastructure products and services and how they lead to better data center efficiency. These items will include data center cleaning, blanking panels, containment solutions, and high-velocity/directional floor tiles. This part of the presentation will show how all of these pieces fit together to provide greater efficiency in the data center.