As a result, the power management company is now in an even better position to advise customers on how to ensure their data centre’s power infrastructure integrates effectively with other equipment to optimise reliability and operational efficiency.
‘We firmly believe that in order to provide the best possible service for our customers, it’s essential for our staff to understand the complete data centre, not just the elements that are supplied by Eaton,’ said Steve Spicer, Eaton UK’s power quality sales manager. ‘We are very aware that our customers’ concerns often go well beyond our own product offering. With this in mind, key members of our sales team have taken Certified Data Centre Design Professional (CDCDP) training, leading to an internationally recognised Level 5 BTEC qualification for each of them.’
The CDCDP course explores all key aspects of data centre design and teaches industry best practice principles for the design, construction and operation of computer rooms and data centre facilities. The crucial topic of successful technical design in relation to business needs and targets is also covered in the training.