Schneider Electric encourages data centre professionals to expose themselves to current and emerging industry trends and practices, which will improve their professional credentials and credibility, through its online Energy University.
Its Data Centre Certified Associate (DCCA) online certification programme provides foundational knowledge relevant to designing or upgrading of physical data centres, including power, cooling, racks, cabling, fire protection, management and physical security.
“The African data centre colocation revenue growth has averaged around 30% in US dollar terms, faster than the mobile market, and faster than top-line B2B ICT revenue growth, and is emerging as one of the hottest growth segments in the African ICT market,” says Riaan de Leeuw, VP for IT Division – Anglophone Africa, Schneider Electric.
“Globally, there is a high demand for skilled data centre professionals and the challenges facing this industry in terms of growth, infrastructure, and management underscore this certification’s value. The Energy University provides a smart, convenient way to expand skill sets and improve on-the-job performance with certifications for professionals in industries such as data centre, energy management and more.”
For more information, go to www.myenergyuniversity.com
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