Data Centers Delivered Wins Green Enterprise IT Award

Date posted: May 23, 2012  Posted by

(From left to right) Pitt Turner, Uptime Institute; John Ford, Sabey Data Centers; John Sabey, Sabey Data Centers; Robert Strong, Critical Facilities Technologies; Trey Austin, Data Centers Delivered; Stephen Madaffari, Data Centers Delivered and Ken Brill, Uptime Institute at the 2012 Uptime Institute’s Green Enterprise IT Awards presentation in Santa Clara, California.

We received great news this week and wanted to share it with you here. Uptime Institute has given Data Centers Delivered an Honorable Mention Award in its prestigious Green Enterprise IT (GEIT) 2012 Awards. We accepted the honor along with our project partner, Critical Facilities Technology.

This recognition affirms our innovative work on the design and implementation of a customized prefabricated modular data center to house a supercomputer for the University of Colorado – Boulder and the US National Center for Atmospheric Research. The project was nominated in the Modular Data Center Product Deployment category.

GEIT Award recipients are recognized in our industry as pioneers in designing and implementing energy-efficiency improvements in IT and data center operations. In fact, the Uptime Institute selected only eight Winners and eight Honorable Mention awards this year.

It’s always satisfying to do really great work for our clients. They appreciate that we fully realize we’re not just designing and building a data center for them. The fact is, we’re creating better, faster, more secure ways for their organizations to serve clients, educate students or care for patients.

That attitude – married with our technical expertise – helps us deliver the best data centers for our clients.

And if the industry recognizes our efforts with a GEIT award? Icing on the cake!

To read more details about this project, click here.