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Chris Coward, Director of Project Management and heading up the BCS Apprenticeship Programme and Ben Chappell, BCS Assistant Consultant and apprentice, discuss the company’s Apprenticeship Programme in terms of the benefits it delivers for both the business and the participants.
Mark Fenton, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Cadence, discusses the company’s recent research, which identifies the most pressing challenges and opportunities within the data centre space. The major problem seems to be one of demand outstripping IT infrastructure/data centre supply, but there are grounds for optimism, as Mark outlines.
Simon Marr, Managing Director of Marr Contracting, discusses the drawbacks of traditional data centre construction methods, explaining how an innovative approach to cranage usage brings with it significant project benefits, including significantly reduced build times, lower project costs, improved quality and safety, not to mention greener construction. www.marr.com.au
Jim Hart, CEO and Fay Visaya, Consultant, both at BCS, discuss the reasons behind the lack of women in the data centre industry at the current time and ways in which this inequality can be addressed - with both optimistic that the younger workforce generation is committed to creating a fully diverse workplace in the near future.
As i3 celebrates its 10th birthday, Ed Ansett, Founder & Chairman, reflects on some of the major changes he has witnessed in the data centre industry over the past 10 years, with sustainability looming large as the major, ongoing challenge. Ed believes that the industry has a major role to play in terms of helping to address the more general energy crisis being experienced in many countries, as it also seeks to make positive progress on the path to Net Zero.
Tom Kingham, Director Engineering Solutions Europe at CyrusOne, discusses the importance of truly efficient water usage within the data centre, while also providing a fascinating insight into the possibilities of fusion power as a virtually unlimited, clean future energy source – and one that is not dependent on the weather!
Yuval Bachar, Founder and CEO of ECL, outlines the why, when and how of what he believes is the world’s first modular, sustainable, off-grid data centre that uses green hydrogen as its primary power source. ECL plans to deliver data centres in 1MW blocks, with 99.9999% uptime.
Chris Pennington, Director of Energy & Sustainability at Iron Mountain, shares some fascinating insights on the sustainability challenges facing the data centre industry, alongside detailing many of the ways in which the sector is already making significant progress to reduce its carbon footprint.
Steven Brown Schneider Electric’s Global Director - Cloud & Service Provider Segment, discusses the current energy crisis, as well as the ongoing climate change challenge, in terms of how the data centre industry needs to leverage electrification as the key part of a Strategise, Digitise, Decarbonise approach - with the ultimate opportunity of creating climate positive data centres as part of a successful Net Zero strategy.
Coromatic, part of the E.ON group and the leading provider of robust critical infrastructure solutions to secure continuous power supply and data communication, has signed a strategic partnership agreement with the leading colocation data center provider, Green Mountain. The two companies intend to design and build new sustainable data centers in the Nordic market.
Versa Networks has been selected to provide SD-WAN, Zero Trust access and Customer Edge Security Stack (CESS) functions for Thunderdome, the Defense Information Systems Agency’s (DISA) zero trust network access (ZTNA) and application security architecture. Versa products within the Thunderdome architecture provide conditional Zero Trust access at the network edge for DISA users.