Dale A. Myer
 P.O. Box 153
Clayton, CA 94517


Thirty plus years data center site environment experience including environmental troubleshooting, pre-installation site preparation & verification inspections for large computer systems, data cabling & fiber optic installation, CFD software programming and data center energy efficiency. Licensed Electrical Contractor State of California, BS Degree Engineering Technology, AS degree Electronic Technology.

California State Electrical Contractor 1993  #676850

California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo June 1979
          Bachelor of Science, Engineering Technology

Contra Costa Community College, San Pablo CA June 1975
          Associate of Science, Electronic Technology

Data Center Consultant, Handyman and Odd Jobs - TICG October 2005 – Present
Founder and President of Technology Infrastructure Consultants Group, a California Corporation #2803347. TICG holds a California State Electrical Contracting Corporate License (#869418). Troubleshoot computer/data center problems and/or provide general data center assessments, project management, energy efficiency and equipment relocations. Electrical, network cabling and fiber optic cabling installations. Home and commercial electrical repairs and construction of new wiring. Refurbished distressed houses prior to estate sales and greatly increased sales price of said houses.

Technical Consultant, 42U/DirectNet February 2009 – June 2010
Responsible for successful delivery of all data center services projects. Provide pre-sales technical support to sales force. Edit technical documents and reports before customer presentations are submitted. Participant in the 2010 workforce reduction program.

Data Center Analyst, Synapsense October 2007 – September - 2008
Analyzed data from prototype wireless sensors placed around customer data centers to assess where problems existed. Created written reports on findings. Worked on prototype cold/hot aisle containment solutions. Installed large current transformers to capture power usage and installed CRAC VFD’s. Participant in the 2008 workforce reduction program.
Technology Consultant, Hewlett-Packard Company  9/1979 – 10-2005 (retired)
Started as a computer field repair Customer Engineer. Moved up to supervisor of field repair engineers. Since 1980, was focused on power, installation site preparation, grounding and site environment problems. In the early 1990’s was tasked with the $750K wiring portion of a large deal for CalTrans. Project managed the wiring vendors installing the copper and fiber at 14 statewide CalTrans district offices finishing ahead of schedule and just under budget. More recently worked with factory and HP Lab engineers on new cooling products and large computers before they shipped by reviewing site requirements and editing site preparation documents. The last 10 years at HP was national resource focused on data center projects and troubleshooting for the 11 western states as a data center site environment specialist and consultant but traveled nationwide and some international assignments.  



Volunteer Search and Rescue Reserve - Since 1975 have worked as a volunteer  responding to Search and Rescue missions. This includes 15 years of handling man-trailing Bloodhounds on homicide and kidnapping cases. Qualified as expert witness in multiple county superior courts.

Licensed Ham Radio Operator 1974 - WB6CMY

Pacific Ocean Saltwater Fishing – Halibut, Salmon, Tuna, Rock Cod, Striped Bass.

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