On May 17, we welcomed the Delaware Valley 7 x 24 Chapter to our Ridley Park office for their 81st Chapter Meeting. As hosts, we were able to present a case study to the crowd of 80+ critical power industry professionals. Gene McNeil, VP of Critical Power Rental Division presented: Outgrowing the Electrical Infrastructure, a case study on Sure Power’s extended project with a state Office of Information Technology.
In addition, Iron Mountain presented on the Pennsylvania Computer Data Center Equipment Incentive Program and provided the group with information about incentivizing computer data centers and tenants to locate data centers in Pennsylvania.
The attendees were able to tour our facility and take a look at some of our trailers and standalone UPS rental units. On display were our 1MW air-ride trailer mounted UPS rental, a 50kva industrial trailer as well as a utility trailer among others. The evening was well-received and a fun opportunity to network with peers.
The 7×24 Exchange is the leading knowledge exchange for those who design, build, use and maintain mission-critical enterprise information infrastructures. The goal of the 7×24 Exchange is to improve end-to-end reliability by promoting dialogue among these groups. The Delaware Valley Chapter serves IT and facilities professionals in the New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware markets, by providing a local forum for information exchange. Conferences held at both the chapter and national levels allow for the exchange of information and ideas among industry professionals and end users.