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Kayleigh Hutchins, Editor of Data Centre Review, welcomes everyone back for day two of Critical Insight 2023.
Max will look at the current landscape of digital inclusion, and what we should be doing to ensure digital equity for all. Could driving digital equity help solve some of the current issues of the sector, such as the skills shortage and sustainability?
Jonas explores the impact of the transformational force of AI on optimizing datacentre cooling systems.
Mark will take a dive into how recycled heat from modular data centres will be a catalyst in the electrification of heat. How this technology has the power to transform communities and what widespread adoption will mean for sustainability and the circular economy
Jason will explore the potential cost and efficiency savings offered by various UPS system operating modes, as well as highlighting some of the latest advances in data centre UPS and battery technology, including ultra-high efficiency silicon carbide and other long-life components.
Daren will discuss the differences between hybrid and multi-cloud and share a long-term vision for these types of infrastructures and related trends. Daren will also provide key strategies for successful migration to hybrid or multi-cloud environments, and outline the importance of implementing effective cloud management tools.
Data Centers have evolved in recent years. Organizations recognized the technical and business value of deploying modular, scalable and more precisely-defined infrastructure.
Heat load is increasing along with packing density. So, how can you ensure that energy costs remain manageable, while ensuring data availability at all times?
In this session we will look at traditional ways of cooling and new liquid cooling technologies, their potential becoming more sustainability but also challenges to overcome.