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Data Center Infrastructure Expert Witness Philip Isaak

Philip J. Isaak, PE, P.Eng., DCDC, RCDD, SMIEEE
Victoria MN USA
phone: 952-679-4604
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Philip Isaak Data Center Infrastructure Expert PhotoPhilip J. Isaak, PE, P.Eng., DCDC, RCDD, SMIEEE, is an expert witness, consultant & trainer in the design, construction, procurement, implementation, commissioning & operations of information technology, telecommunications & critical data center facilities. Mr. Isaak provides clear analysis for complex disputes, incorporating industry standards, best-practices and over 20 years of consulting & training expertise working with clients located in 28 countries and territories across 6 continents.

In recognition of Mr. Isaak’s professional standing, the Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest professional association for advancement of technology, certified him to the grade of Senior Member, a level only 9% of IEEE’s over 400,000 global members hold. Mr. Isaak is also an author of several industry standards published by TIA & ANSI/BICSI, whitepapers published by The Green Grid, and the Data Center Handbook published by John Wiley & Sons.


Expert Witness ServicesAreas of Expertise
  • IP, Trade Secrets, Contracts Analysis
  • Design, Construction, Implementation Claims, Damages, Defects, Delays, Failure & Quality Control Analysis
  • Failed System Analysis
  • Unfulfilled SLA Analysis
  • Technical Investigations
  • Claims Preparation & Analysis
  • Expert Reports
  • Settlement Opinions & Strategies
  • Deposition & Trial Testimony
  • Cloud Computing Services
  • Colocation Services
  • Construction
  • Data Centers
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Fiber Optic Cabling
  • Forensic Engineering
  • IT Systems Capacity Planning & Forecasting
  • Life Safety Systems
  • Network Systems, Services & Infrastructure
  • Operating Procedures
  • Telecommunications


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1/11/2018 · Computers
This is the first in a series of six posts on how to overcome contractual challenges for data center projects. The series will address: