By Contributing Editor, Kathy Xu

data-assessment-chart_v3Compu Dynamics has been selected by a global telecommunications company to provide electrical and mechanical maintenance for multiple mission-critical data centers across the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Supporting in excess of 75,000 square feet of data center space, Compu Dynamics is providing periodic inspection, testing, and documentation for certification audits on mechanical and electrical infrastructure.

Compu Dynamics offers preventative maintenance which offers clients a single-source partner with the flexibility and capabilities to meet the needs of maintaining both new and legacy technologies across multiple manufacturers in order to avoid unnecessary upgrades. The Compu Dynamics team also provides clients the freedom to focus on business operations, as well as receive the most value from their CapEx and OpEx investments.

Curtis Gooding, Director of Service Operations at Compu Dynamics, commented, “Many mission-critical facilities face challenges meeting the ever-changing needs of today’s businesses, further stressing the value of the mechanical and electrical infrastructure. Having an effective preventive maintenance plan can have a material impact on reliable day-to-day operations and the greater life expectancy of physical infrastructure. By proactively monitoring and maintaining power and cooling systems, data center and facility managers can improve the reliability and efficiency of their facilities, resulting in increased productivity and uptime, as well as additional cost savings for their internal and external clients.”

Compu Dynamics consolidates, migrates, designs, deploys, and maintains mission critical infrastructure for both data centers and the critical electrical and mechanical components that keep commercial buildings in operation. Since the company’s inception over 30 years ago, Compu Dynamics has provided exceptional mechanical and HVAC services to data center solutions providers, general contractors, high-tech companies, property managers and government agencies in the greater Washington, D.C. Metro area.

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