In this edition of Voices of the Industry, Service Express Chief Technology Officer Jake Blough shares how machine learning offers new opportunities for IT leaders to accomplish route tasks in the data center.
Investors are pouring money into artificial intelligence (AI) startups at an unprecedented rate. Last week, two AI hardware startups received nearly $1 billion in venture capital funds to bring additional chips to market.
Arthur Mulligan and Ed Spears from Eaton explore the value of predictive analytics when planning risk mitigation for critical system management. They also share examples of customers using predictive analytics to avoid problems associated with business and environmental challenges beyond your control.
Dror Shenkar, Senior Architect of Intel Data Center Management Solutions, Intel, and Shahar Belkin, VP R&D at Zuta-Core, explore the past, current and future landscape of data center cooling. What’s next?
Gerry Fassig, Vice President, Sales, at CoreSite, explores how best to power AI and machine learning across a variety 0f industries and sectors through data and processing power.
Herman Chan, President of Sunbird Software, explores how data center infrastructure management tools DCIM can help take “the manual effort, inaccuracy, and risk out of data center power capacity planning.”
A guest article from CoreSite asserts automation is shifting data centers from reactive to preventative on the way to predictive. Brenda Van der Steen, VP of Marketing at CoreSite, explores how automation acts as not only a precursor to artificial intelligence, but a crucial “step in the journey.”
AI was once regarded as a futuristic notion, but is now becoming a universally accepted strategy for running businesses. Chelsea Robinson, Product Marketing Manager, Digital Realty, highlights what makes a colocation provider AI-ready, and how today’s enterprises can spot progressive colo companies.
The annual Data Center Investment Conference & Expo (DICE) Northeast in New York City will cover a variety of topics from the real estate, investment, and tech angles.
Demand for data center services is being fed by streams of data from a wide variety of emerging technologies. In our Data Driven series, Data Center Frontier is examining emerging technologies that are generating large volumes of data, and how their growth will impact data centers.