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Tumber Shares Thoughts on Data Center Issues

Advanced, high-performance data centers are the rage. But what unique challenges do these massive projects face, and how are engineers designing data centers to keep costs down?

Saahil Tumber offered his insights in the roundtable piece “Top Design Trends in Data Centers” in CSE magazine. He said one of the biggest challenges in designing data centers is identifying and agreeing on the project requirements and pointed out that controlling costs on a project requires collaboration from all stakeholders.

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