EfficiencyIT appoints new data centre architect

EfficiencyIT – a specialist consultancy in data centres, edge computing and IT services – has today announced it has appointed Steve Henson as its new senior data centre architect. Henson joins the company with 30 years’ experience in the data centre industry, working directly with public sector, colocation, and enterprise organisations to use mission-critical infrastructure systems.

In his new role, Henson will work with EfficiencyIT’s customer base to help data centre owners and operators in the enterprise, life science and local government sectors implement modernisation programs, while consulting on new design and build projects. As an uptime institute accredited tier designer, he will also help EfficiencyIT’s customers gain a better understanding of overcoming design challenges and constraints to build resilient data centre systems.

“One of the primary reasons for joining EfficiencyIT was the opportunity to enhance and develop my expertise, while working directly with enterprise customers to solve mission-critical pain points,” said Steve Henson, senior data centre architect, EfficiencyIT. “From optimising UPS, cooling and containment systems, to service, support and modernisation programs, joining EIT provides me with the flexibility and agility to implement customer-focused solutions, and continue to work with a range of technology providers.”

“We’re delighted to have appointed Steve Henson as our new senior data centre architect,” added Nick Ewing, managing director, EfficiencyIT. “His appointment strengthens our Schneider Electric engineering, hardware, software and service expertise, supports our new businesses growth, and will ensure we continue to meet customer demands for resilient and technically-excellent data centre solutions.”

Henson previously worked for companies including APC, Chloride Telecom Systems, Eaton, Power One Energy Systems, Schneider Electric and Vertiv.

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