The VP of Technology & Operations at Raxio Data Centre Mr. Abdul-Rahman Ahmed was in October 2019 certified by CNET with the Certified Data Centre Design Professional (CDCDP®).
The Certified Data Centre Design Professional (CDCDP®) program is an essential certification for individuals wishing to demonstrate their technical knowledge of data centre architecture and component operating conditions.
As a result of this certification, Mr. Abdul-Rahman Ahmed will be able to further implement comprehensive data centre designs that support the critical needs of the business, examine to in-depth levels the key constraints of data centre functionality in order to deliver balanced, efficient and sustainable solutions for Raxio Data Centre customers and clients.
CNET is the Global Leader in Technical Education for the Digital Infrastructure Industry. This training and certification is a process that Raxio Data Centre takes very seriously for all its employees, according to General Manager James Byaruhanga:
“The Raxio Data Centre is being built to Tier 3 Data Center standards that need the best in class management that is exposed to the latest industry standards. In effect, through such certifications, we are continuously adding value to the work that we do through constant training and development of our staff” said Mr. Byaruhanga.
The Certified Data Centre Design Professional (CDCDP®) program teaches best practice principles for the design, construction and operation of computer rooms and data centre operational support facilities.
The program also addresses the importance of accurate interpretation of detailed customer requirements at the planning stage to ensure that the business needs remain focal to all decision making.
On his part, Mr. Abdul-Rahman Ahmed looked forward to putting his knowledge to use immediately:
“As we approach the final stages of construction this certification will add value to our current and future clients who will benefit from the added expertise that I have acquired as a result of this certification” said an elated Mr. Ahmed.