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7×24 Exchange in the Heart of the Data Center Capital of the World

The 7×24 Exchange Washington DC Chapter provides an educational forum bringing together Information Services/Technology and Facilities/Engineering/Real Estate of organizations to promote better understanding of the design, implementation and management issues involved in achieving high levels of uninterrupted infrastructure support.


The 7×24 Exchange Washington DC Chapter strives to provide informative, educational programs; remain focused on User’s needs, encourage vendors to add value through their involvement; prohibit direct or overt selling at chapter meetings and maintain a dialogue with the National and other chapters to share information on chapter issues. 

  • Will support 7×24 Exchange national’s mission and abide by its guidelines.
  • Will advance the latest developments in infrastructure reliability by collecting and disseminating statistics, case studies, guidelines, practices and standards for use by its members.
  • Will serve as an open forum to present topics relevant to infrastructure reliability.
  • Will keep its members abreast of related developments in allied professions and market sectors affecting end-to-end reliability of mission critical facilities especially the total convergence of technology.
  • Neither endorses nor permits members to use its meetings or mailing lists to sell or promote their products or services.

RSS Industry News from Mission Critical Magazine

  • Cybersecurity Prevention Should Be at the Top of Every Organization’s Priority List October 19, 2021
    Cybersecurity begins with being prepared, something too many companies are not proactive about, according to Technologent’s Chief Information Security Officer Jon Mendoza. 
  • Case Study | DynaMax High-Strength Structural Suspension System October 18, 2021
    Lasco Interiors used DynaMax™ structural aluminum grid system for their Austin data center project with excellent efficiency.
  • Knowledge Is Uptime October 14, 2021
    Prior to the pandemic and our socially distanced world, training was already becoming more digital. However, the pandemic has made the shift to virtual educational environments move at a lightning pace, presenting both opportunities and challenges.
  • Solving the Nation’s Broadband Problem October 13, 2021
    The urgency to create full broadband coverage echoes past programs to develop nationwide networks for electricity, telephone, and interstate highways. Each of those ushered in major changes and improvements in communities across the country.
  • Infinium accIAIM Fiber Solution — Legrand October 12, 2021
    The Infinium accIAIM Fiber Solution from Legrand redefines fiber connectivity.
  • Using a Data Center Water-Side Economizer October 11, 2021
    The West 7 Center economizer retrofit project is a sample case study of a successful retrofit project.
  • Rosendin Selected to Build Facebook’s Mesa Data Center October 11, 2021
    Construction on Facebook’s Mesa Data Center has begun in Mesa’s Elliot Road Tech Corridor. The project aims to serve as a model of energy efficiency and will be supported by 100% renewable energy from new solar energy plants. 
  • Early Warning Fire Protection System — Siemens October 11, 2021
    The FDA241 has a VdS approval (no. S 619002) and performance verification as an early warning detection device for lithium-ion battery off-gas detection. 
  • Data Centers Go to College October 8, 2021
    What should your organization be doing to foster education programs and train the next generation of data center professionals?
  • The Week of Tech Outages and Leaks October 8, 2021
    Monday became “Black Monday” for those who rely on Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp. The 8-hour outages on these apps left people confused — and services, such as Twitter,  booming with the extra traffic.

7×24 Exchange DC Chapter…

The leading knowledge exchange for Data Center, IT and Mission Critical professionals.