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Posted on: May 6th, 2012 by Bill

Well, it seems that I have finally come in from the cold.  I’m off the Google Blogspot site and am now avowed and set up on the Rosendin server.  The blog has been quiet since we have been working with Rosendin Corporate IT and The Loudmouth Group on the reconstruction and rebranding.  Thank you to [Read more]

Posted on: February 23rd, 2012 by Bill

Sorry for not getting back to you all with the review of the 2011 predictions.  All in all, I think we hit it on the head on two items and missed on the third. Cloud Computing The greatest increase in data center, space and utilization was clearly in the cloud space last year.  When the [Read more]

Posted on: December 8th, 2011 by Bill

Well, it’s official.  I have lived long enough to see history repeat itself. So this is what they mean when people mention the benefit from the wisdom gained from age.  It’s more like the movie “Groundhog Day”, where you are stuck in a tragic comedy. On several occasions in the past six months, our team has [Read more]

Posted on: October 27th, 2011 by Bill

I knew I forgot something.  Back in June, Rosendin delivered a presentation at the 7×24 Exchange National meeting in Orlando, Florida.  The purpose of this presentation is to speak to modular and containerized data center solutions, as compated to traditionally built mission critical environments.  Exclusive to this presentation is the cost, schedule and form factors [Read more]

Posted on: September 21st, 2011 by Bill

Rosendin Electric receives two significant construction technology award for 2011. For our integrated BIM and Estimating systems, we made the Information Week Top 500 Innovators for 2011: http://www.informationweek.com/iw500/2011 For our Vela productivity tracking system, we were honored by ConstrucTech with a Gold Vision award in 2011 for our productivity and QA/QC tracking systems: Well done [Read more]

Posted on: August 12th, 2011 by Bill

On Friday, July 7th, Anton Troianovski wrote an article critical of the growth of the wholesale data center market in the US. Search the Wall Street Journal on line, July 7th, and look for the article: Storage Wars – Web Sparks Data-Center Boom And Anton, only civilians hyphenate data center. While not one to sharply [Read more]

Posted on: August 5th, 2011 by Bill

Thank you Scott Adams for making my day!

Posted on: June 22nd, 2011 by Bill

I received an interesting article from our CEO last month. It dealt with a successful lawsuit against the design professionals on a design-bid-build project. The design team, as part of their contracted services, produced a virtual building model indicating the location of a majority, if not all MEP building systems. The crux of the complaint [Read more]

Posted on: April 15th, 2011 by Bill

Since I have been asked to present on the metrics for container and modular data center deployments at the 2011 7×24 Exchange Spring Conference (www.7x24exchange.org/spring11/brochure), one of the main issues I have with non-stick built deployments is the metric used to measure success. Here are a few nuggets for thought: How much are you willing [Read more]

Posted on: April 15th, 2011 by Bill

It’s been over a week since Facebook published all of their server, power supply and data center design. They can be found on the Open Compute Project at http://www.opencompute.com/. I’ve been involved with Facebook since before the patent application, and now for those who follow my blog, you can see where we have been going [Read more]