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High Density IT and Its Impact on Data Centers

Tue Dec 01, 2020

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High Density IT and Its Impact on Data Centers

How Cost and Risk are Impacting Strategy

Tuesday December 1 2020 | 12:30 PM EST

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Webinar Summary

  1. How can data center owners and operators prepare to deploy high-density equipment in their legacy facilities?
  2. What challenges are data center managers experiencing with the introduction of higher density requirements?
  3. What strategies are colocation and enterprise facility managers using to optimize their infrastructure for maximum efficiency?
  4. What processes are owners using to evaluate technologies and equipment to ensure they are as efficient as possible?
  5. What new technologies are data center owners considering to help better strategically design and upgrade facilities?

Featured Presenters

John Parker

Manager, Global Data Center Ops & Disaster Recovery, ESRI

John Parker is a Senior Data Center Operations Management professional with an MBA and over 25 years of IT experience in 4 industries (Healthcare, Pharmaceuticals, Banking, and Sof...

Jeremy Rodriguez

Director, Data Center Engineering, Nvidia

Jeremy Rodriguez started working for Nvidia in 2018, forming the data center focused cloud infrastructure group. He has over 15 years of experience in leadership roles covering dat...

Fred Rebarber

Fred Rebarber (Moderator)

Technical Business Development Manager, Vertiv Co

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Why This Matters

Capacity demands are at an all-time high. Rack densities of 8-10 KW are now transitioning to 20 KW. As the virtual world grows, so do the challenges for data center operators. Guidelines for managing an efficient and high-performing data center are being questioned as increasingly ineffective, leaving operators wondering how they can accommodate the latest high-density equipment are being left to their own devices for coping.

Join Bisnow to discuss the intricacies of how data center capacity is evolving and how next-gen technologies are paving the way for a more efficient future.