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  • Compu Dynamics Earns Vertiv Platinum Level Data Center Certification

    Compu Dynamics Advanced 3 Phase Specialization Vertiv

    Compu Dynamics has been accepted into Vertiv’s Advanced Three Phase Specialization Program, ensuring their customers discounted pricing and advanced product support. Vertiv, a global leader in designing, building and servicing critical infrastructure, has accepted Compu Dynamics, LLC into its Advanced Three Phase Specialization Program.  To date, this honor has been.... Read More »

  • A Few Thoughts on Pre-Fabricated Data Centers

    By Steve Altizer, Compu Dynamics While the concept of pre-fabricated data centers is nothing new, we’ve recently noticed an elevated level of dialogue on the topic. The term “pre-fabricated” was first applied to data centers approximately 10-12 years ago. At that time, the industry standard was a reconstituted and retrofitted.... Read More »

  • Compu Dynamics Announces the Opening of Their New Compu Dynamics’ Phoenix Office

    Washington DC-based Compu Dynamics announces the opening of a new office in the Phoenix area Washington DC – Compu Dynamics, a leading provider of mission critical data center services, announced this week that they have opened a new office in the Phoenix area. The new branch location marks the beginning.... Read More »

  • Tranforming Telephone Closets into Modern Network Centers

    In most buildings constructed before the turn of the century, tenants are fighting a losing battle trying to adapt legacy analog telephone closets to serve today’s internet-enabled digital network equipment.  In the old days (1990’s), phone closets needed little-to-no ventilation, only a few inches of depth, and perhaps one electrical.... Read More »

  • Key Considerations for White Space Builds

    Server room

    By Steve Altizer, President - Compu Dynamics, LLC Hyperscale and multi-MW (Mega Watt) colocation deployments are driving the unprecedented development of dozens of large data centers.  Much of this growth has been focused around major cities such as Ashburn, Dallas, Phoenix, and Chicago, where network providers are able to share.... Read More »