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  • Improving Network Reliability on a College Campus

    College Campus Network Reliability Case Study Compu Dynamics

    Montgomery College consists of over 45 buildings on three campuses in Maryland, serving approximately 55,000 students. From a network perspective, the College operates a point of presence (POP) at each campus, with the three sites connected via a high capacity fiber backbone. Unfortunately, the vast majority of building network infrastructure.... Read More »

  • 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 »