Datalec Precision Installations (DPI), a provider of world-class data centre design, supply, build and support services to deliver seamless, integrated and unified end-to-end solutions for data centre operators, announces that the company has won the DCS Award for Data Centre Consolidation/Upgrade Project of the Year Award. The DCS Awards recognise and congratulate data centre industry innovation with 30 award categories across four groups. 

DPI was honoured with the award for updating a 60K square foot data centre facility that had an outdated optical connectivity design resulting in cabling containment constraints restricting its facility to connect end customers data suites. By reverse engineering the project, DPI was effectively able to navigate the old building infrastructure. The DPI team provided a bespoke end-to-end secure containment design enabling protection for the implementation and distribution of a new ODF fibre cabling solution providing customers agility, flexibility and adaptability. The data centre facility is now capable of delivering services within industry standard SLAs and scale colocation environments to provide larger suites to suit client requirements. 

In addition to this great achievement, Datalec Precision Installations has seen substantial recruitment growth within the company over the past 12 months. Within the DPI connectivity team, new employees include managed service mobile engineers, project managers, apprentices and trainee engineers. DPI remains committed to investing and nurturing young talent through its professional development programme and CNET’s training programmes. 

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