Sophia Flucker has won the Infrastructure Masons IM100 Award which recognises industry leaders for their contributions to the digital infrastructure sector! The iMasons Awards recognise those who share commitments to: Increase industry awareness Enhance education opportunities Champion diversity & inclusion Inspire sustainability Promote innovation and technical excellence Congratulations Sophia!
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Cova contributed a whooping 38 entries.
Entries by Cova
‘An Introduction to Data Centre Risk’ – CIBSE CPD accredited, offers the only online course dedicated to assessing and analysing risk in the data centre.
Dr Beth Whitehead, DCD July 2018 – The more complex the system, the more vulnerable the ‘human element’ becomes
The significance of product design in the circular economy: A sustainable approach to the design of data centre equipment as demonstrated via the CEDaCI design case study, K. Kerwin, D. Andrews, B. Whitehead, N. Adibi, S. Lavandeira, Materials Today: Proceedings, Online: 30-04-2022
Brief To demonstrate that the designed levels of infrastructure resilience and redundancy were achieved in practice, and provide a platform for knowledge transfer to ensure on-site teams are prepared in the event of failure. Approach: Guided by the understanding that human error is the main risk of downtime, Operational Intelligence engaged with all relevant parties […]
Brief To work alongside clients to advise and outline their defined needs for new builds in various locations around South America. Approach: We collaboratively engaged with key stakeholders, and analysed various design options and their long-term outcomes, including total cost of ownership. We analysed the feasibility of new technologies, and gave the client control to […]
Exploiting free cooling in the UK through application of research and development Brief To evaluate the feasibility of retrofitting free cooling to a high resilience legacy design. Approach: Evaluating meteorological data, a model was created to review different design options. Once the most favourable option was decided upon, OI continued their involvement through the installation […]
Brief To inform on and implement the most appropriate free cooling system, and provide knowledge transfer of key theories and psychrometric tools for a 20,000m2, 30MW build. Approach: Based on detailed calculations using meteorological data, we evaluated direct and indirect airside free cooling designs for the new build, and provided recommendations to help the […]