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The Company

E-Tech Consulting is a limited liability company located in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. With over 30 years of experience in data centers, E-Tech delivers progressive and honest thought leadership for data center providers and owners. As your trusted adviser, we focus on helping our customers define products and integrated solutions to drive maximum energy efficiency and power density in data center environments.

Ed Eacueo
Principal

etechEd Eacueo is a principal and owner for E-Tech Consulting. A technology industry veteran, Ed has over 30 years of global experience leading sales, marketing, and engineering organizations with innovation and delivery of energy-efficient solutions for data center environments. His expert knowledge of racks/enclosures, power distribution, and cooling applications, provides trusted guidance for emerging trends affecting the “white space” in today’s data centers.

Mr. Eacueo, who is highly skilled at developing strong customer and channel partner relationships, held several executive level positions of increasing responsibility with
Eaton Corporation, Schneider Electric-APC, Wright Line,
and Pentair Electronic Packaging.

Author of several articles on the data center, Ed Eacueo holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Engineering Sciences from Dartmouth College and a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Mechanical Design from the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth.

Network of Partners

etechBuilt from years of industry experience, Ed Eacueo has established a strong network of partners and resources in the data center market. As a result, E-Tech Consulting is supported by an impressive list of contractors, consultants, product manufacturers, industry consortiums, and end users.

E-Tech Consulting collaborates with these partners to deliver un-biased decisions specifically for the customer.
Our ultimate goal is to leverage this network of partners to
translate customer requirements into cutting-edge solutions
for the white space in data centers.

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