Thank you for joining us at the Third Annual Texas Data Center Summit on Wednesday, October 7 at the Renaissance Dallas Hotel for our panel discussion: "Novartis / Alcon Labs Data Center: Creating Flexibility for the Ever-Changing Networking Needs of a Global Corporation."
The panel discussion was moderated by Michael Malone of Integrated Design Group. Panelists included Lane Anderson, Vice President, Mission Critical, Structure Tone Southwest, Michael Bell, and Martin Herbert of Integrated Design Group and Seth Shiver of Alcon Laboratories.
Novartis / Alcon Labs is committed to innovation, reducing carbon footprint, and increasing efficiency, turned to a modular flexible and replicable design to support its global research and manufacturing network while meeting rigorous reliability and operational requirements.
Discussion points included:
“Energy Challenge”, Sustainable Design, and Total Cost of Ownership
Design Once, Build Twice – Modularity and Transportable Design
The Site – Working within a Unified and Secure Campus
The Collaborative Process in Enterprise Data Center Design and Construction
Third Annual Data Center Summit
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Renaissance Dallas Hotel in Dallas, Texas