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Making the magic happen

Doug Loewe, CEO, Kao Data, outlines the company’s strengths which attracted him to join the colo at the start of this year, and shares his vision for the future – with new locations in mainland Europe part of an ACE (AI, Cloud and Enterprise) plan. Doug also offers some great insights as to how the data centre industry in general is responding to the challenges and opportunities of providing a mission-critical foundation for today’s sustainable, digital world.

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Centiel to continue growing its data centre business

John Kreyling, Centiel’s newly appointed Business Development Director, shares his enthusiasm for all things UPS as he takes on an important new role at the company. John believes that Centiel has a key role to play in helping data centre owners and operators address their many power, energy efficiency and sustainability challenges, as it continues to develop both its dynamic approach to technology innovation and its presence in the market.

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Sustainability makes both environmental and commercial sense

Chris Maclean, CEO of Open Energy Market, provides some great insights as to how data centres can leverage energy efficiency and sustainability initiatives not only to meet environmental goals but also to gain a competitive edge in the industry.

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Micro-scale nuclear offers 24x7 clean baseload power

Michael Crabb, SVP Commercial, Last Energy, talks through the energy start-up’s micro-scale nuclear power plant - a central component of the company's 20 MW modular power plant, which can be developed within 24 months and provide clean energy direct to data centres. Last Energy's innovation is designed to provide the fastest, most affordable, least resource-intensive path to 24x7 clean baseload power, along with siting flexibility and also addresses the problem of grid price volatility.

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The path to power-efficient processing

Alexander Troshin, EMEA Product and Marketing Manager, Enterprise and HPC Server at AMD, outlines the energy efficiency challenges facing the data centre industry, with particular reference to power-efficient processing. He covers the key architectural innovations, packaging advances and algorithmic improvements to compute that will deliver more energy-efficient solutions for data centres and AI workloads.

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Substantial re-think required for data centre design and build

Andrew Fettes-Brown, Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) Global Board Director, Head of Data Centres at RLB UK and Europe, outlines the results of the company’s recent research, the results of which suggest that the way in which future data centres are designed and built must be substantially rethought to accommodate supply chain constraints and sustainability measures.

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Greener data centres set to take centre stage

Leah Goldfarb, Environmental Impact Officer at Platform.sh, explains the importance of being able to identify truly green data centres as organisation’s develop their own sustainability objectives and also look to meet their regulatory reporting requirements – with the new EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) set to have a major impact.

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Data centre sustainability evaluation - deeds not words matter

Jo Debecker, Managing Partner and Global Head of Wipro FullStride Cloud, discusses the ways in which the sustainability agenda is shaping the data centre landscape, with cloud and AI seen as both challenges and opportunities when it comes to carbon reduction initiatives. Jo emphasises the importance of ‘deeds not words’ when it comes to evaluating the sustainability credentials of any potential data centre partners.

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Vertiv finds opportunities in responding to industry challenges

Sam Bainborough, Director, Strategic Segment Colocation & Hyperscale at Vertiv, discusses recent developments at the company, including expansion plans, liquid cooling, modular timber construction and energy storage innovations, as well as sharing his thoughts on some of the key challenges in the year ahead, with AI, sustainability and flexibility taking centre stage.

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Understanding the science of sustainability

Anthea van Scherpenzeel, Senior Sustainability Manager at Colt Data Centre Services, discusses the ways in which data centre owners/operators can make demonstrable progress on the road to Net Zero – with a commitment to science-based targets, improved and increased monitoring and management data points and transparency seen as key components of a successful sustainability strategy.

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AI creates unprecedented data centre demand

Daniel Thorpe, Associate Director, Data Centre Research Lead, JLL, discusses the company’s ‘Data Centres 2024 Global Outlook Report’, which explores how data centers need to be designed, operated and sourced to meet the evolving needs of the global economy. AI, power challenges, sustainable energy and data centre locations are the main topics covered.

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DCW 2024: DCS talks to Nick Manning, TMC Transformers

DCS talks to TMC Transformers at Data Centre World 2024

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