The 7x24 Exchange Northwest Chapter's mission is to provide an open educational forum dedicated to the continuous improvement and increased awareness of data center reliability focusing on the key disciplines of design, construction, maintenance, security and management with the goal of obtaining continuous data center operations.
The 7x24 Exchange Northwest Chapter is a non profit Washington Corporation dedicated to the advancement of data center design, construction, operations and reliability. We are a licensed affiliate of the 7x24 Exchange International and draw members from the Pacific Northwest area including Washington, Idaho, and Southern British Columbia.
The Northwest Chapter holds three chapter meetings per year, typically in the Winter, Spring and Fall. Meetings are geared towards informational presentations from data center users, operators, designers, constructors and vendors to provide our membership with the most up to date industry information. If you have a presentation you think our membership would find interesting, please contact one of our Program Co-Chairs, Conan Lee or Jim Svoboda.
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Membership is available to information technology professionals as well as anyone involved in the design, construction, operation and maintenance of data centers or other mission critical facilities.
Chapter membership is available at two levels: there is an Individual Membership for $50 per year or a Corporate Membership for $200 per year. Corporate membership allows an unlimited number of people from the same organization to be members of the Northwest Chapter.
Northwest Chapter membership dues are charged on an annual basis and do not include membership in the 7x24 Exchange International.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Northwest chapter please contact Mike Gile.
Our corporate sponsors provide the chapter with the ability to bring our membership the finest in up to date and industry leading presentations and networking opportunities in a professional yet relaxed setting. If you are interested in becoming a corporate sponsor please contact Jim Svoboda.