We are very pleased to issue our December Newsletter!
Happy Holidays! While we sent out a company newsletter a little less than a month ago, we had such a broad amount of content to share around technical topics and new project work that we have decided to issue another before year-end.
It also gives us a chance to reflect upon 2021 and review some of the highlights from the past year. In addition to increasing our headcount of the delivery staff, we grew our overall new bookings by 20+% and bookings in the commercial sector by nearly 60%! We also added 25 new clients this year across the government, enterprise, colocation, and hyperscale sectors, and did projects in 10 countries.
Even with the challenging workload, our dedicated team found the time to speak on multiple webinars or presentations, develop double-digit technical papers, and spearhead an initiative around the reduction of GHG across the data center industry with our partners from i3 that we hope will have lasting effects on the industry.
We also have provided services to support a number of very interesting and high-profile projects for our customers involving large-scale transactions in the datacenter operator space, and future state planning for the consolidation of major hospital/healthcare networks among others. Lastly, in addition to the typical work we provide for data center clients and studio clients, we have seen the growth of the bitcoin/blockchain transaction data center campus emerge as a diverse growth area for firms like ours.
Please take a look at the rest of the newsletter below for new articles on Cogeneration, Datacenter reliability expectations from the customer standpoint, and other interesting topics, as well as a number of new project case studies we think you will find interesting. Have a great holiday season and Happy New year from all of us at EYPMCF!
Please enjoy the newsletter, and let us know how we can help in any way.
Rick and Brian.
Click below to view our new sustainability webpage and to download the latest white papers:
Reaching for Net-Zero: Achieving Zero Carbon Data Centers by Decentralizing Consensus of Power Supply Amongst Utility and Microgrid Providers
West 7 Center: Using a Data Center Water Side Economizer on an existing facility to reduce water and energy usage
Infrastructure Sustainability Options and Revenue Opportunities for Data Centers