The Data Center Frontier Show podcast tells the story of the data center industry and its future. Today we feature our conversation with Dean Nelson, the founder of Infrastructure Masons and an industry thought leader who has helped build some of the world’s largest data center networks for Sun Microsystems, eBay and Uber.
DCF Podcast Episode 11: Talking Data Centers with Dean Nelson
In our conversation, Dean and I talk about the essential role the data center industry has played during the COVID-19 pandemic, the progress of Infrastructure Masons to ensure that “every click improves the future,” and Dean’s work as CEO of Virtual Power Systems and its vision for software-defined power. Here’s our interview.
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Here’s some links with additional information about Dean’s work recent work, the iMasons and software0defined power:
- Dean Nelson’s Next Chapter: Family, Philanthropy, iMasons and Startups
- With Nelson as CEO, VPS Advances Vision for Software-Defined Power
- Infrastructure Masons: Data Centers Can Be Faster, Sexier
- Learn more about Dean’s work at Infrastructure Masons, Dean Nelson Inc. and Virtual Power Systems, or follow Dean on LinkedIn
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