Steven Shapiro, PE, Mission Critical Practice Lead will be presenting The Life Cycle of a Data Center at 7×24 Exchange. This presentation will cover the life of the most expensive facility in their portfolio, the data center. We will explore the design, construction, operation and obsolesces of a data center facility.
The 7×24 Exchange Spring 2016 conference is designed for anyone involved with 7×24 infrastructures – IT, data center, disaster recovery and network/ telecommunication managers, computer technologists, facility or building managers, supervisors and engineers. Morrison Hershfield Mission Critical will be in attendance.
Steven Shapiro has been in the Mission Critical Industry for over 27 years and has a diverse background in the study, reporting, design, commissioning, development and management of reliable electrical distribution, emergency power, lighting, and fire protection systems for high-tech environments. His experience also includes providing analysis of critical application support facilities. Mr. Shapiro has extensive experience in the design and management of corporate and mission critical facilities projects with over 4 million square feet of raised floor experience, over 175 MW of UPS experience and over 350 MW of generator experience. Mr. Shapiro is the author of numerous technical articles and seminars. Recently, he was the electrical project manager and lead electrical engineer for the concurrent design of two Greenfield Data Centers and NOC Facility for HP in the United States as well as Itau in Brazil. Some of his clients include NYSE/Euronext, UBS, Morgan Stanley, HP, Citigroup/Salomon Smith Barney, Bank One, AT&T, Avon, Philip Morris, Aetna and IBM.