Schneider Electric's Neil Rasmussen holds forth on data center planning

Sept. 12, 2013
Rasmussen has been a signatory proponent of the idea that the planning of a data center physical infrastructure project need not be a time consuming or frustrating task.

In the video belowfromSchneider Electric, Neil Rasmussen, the data center cooling technology specialist's vice president of innovation, holds forth on the range and meaning of implementation requirements for the modern data center, imparting information and perspective on ways to handle data center industry standards, codes, deadlines, resource assignments and other process requirements.

Rasmussen has been a signatory proponent of the idea that the planning of a data center physical infrastructure project need not be a time consuming or frustrating task. "Experience shows that if the right issues are resolved in the right order by the right people, vague requirements can be quickly translated into a detailed design," he says.

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