A Push to Address the Pressing Evolutionary Needs of Today’s Data Centers
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by Enterprise Viewpoint
1M ago
Marvell Technology, Inc., a leader in data infrastructure semiconductor solutions, has officially announced the launch of its new Alaska® P PCIe retimer product line, which is designed to scale data center compute fabrics inside accelerated servers, general-purpose servers, CXL systems, and disaggregated infrastructure. To kick things off, Marvel will bring two products in 8- and 16-lane PCIe Gen 6 retimers, both capable of connecting AI accelerators, GPUs, CPUs, and other components inside server systems. Before digging any further into this development, though, we first need to acknowledge h ..read more
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The Three Biggest Factors Impacting Digital Infrastructure Today
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by Daryl Dunbar, Partner - Digital Infrastructure, Internal Consulting Group
6M ago
It has been a busy season for Digital Infrastructure conferences and particularly those focussed on or featuring data centers. There are literally three topics dominating every conference and forum lately. Those are Artificial Intelligence (AI), specifically Generative AI, Sustainability, and the current Geopolitical landscape. Why are these topics coming up over and over? Because all three threaten to have significant impact on the Digital Infrastructure landscape as we know it. Generative AI AI has been around as a topic for many years now, but it made little impact on our daily lives. Then ..read more
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One Size Does Not Fit All: Examining the Pivotal Role of Customer Experience in Data Centers
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by Jose Ruiz, Senior Vice President, Global Accounts and Platform, Stream Data Centers
6M ago
Statistics and reports about how the customer experience is king are not hard to come by. Yes, it’s common knowledge that most buyers (Salesforce claims 88%) say customer experience matters as much as a company’s products or services. At Stream, we really do believe that procuring, deploying and operating data center capacity should be a great experience. So, in this huge, high-value and mission-critical industry, why do we see data center providers sticking by their same old sales-focused perspective to lease space and sell inventory? It turns out that statistics and numbers li ..read more
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Quenching AI’s Thirst: How Liquid Cooling Tackles Infrastructure Demands
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by Praveen Asthana, Chief Strategy Officer, Accelsius
6M ago
The generative AI boom has demonstrated how artificial intelligence can be a technical revolution and an environmental resource hog at the same time. The high-end GPUs that power the data center servers supporting AI applications consume around four times as much power as the servers used for cloud applications. That computational intensity needs increasing amounts of IT infrastructure. McKinsey estimates that the power needs of U.S. data centers will reach 35 gigawatts by 2030, up from 17 gigawatts in 2022. Growing AI infrastructure needs are banging up against current constraints in power, s ..read more
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The impact of the AI boom on data centres
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by Duncan Clubb, Senior Partner, Cambridge Management Consulting
6M ago
The data centre industry is all abuzz with the explosion in demand expected from the growth in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML) systems.  One of the biggest and most respected investors in the data centre market is predicting more than 300% growth in global data centre capacity over the next 10 years.  Many other think he might be being a bit conservative.  All are agreed, though, that AI/ML is going to drive massive growth in new data centres globally. As it stands, there are two primary types of AI/ML systems that we expect to exert, albeit differing, press ..read more
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Edge Computing for Private 5GaaS
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by Rajesh Dangi, Chief Digital Officer, NxtGen
7M ago
A key element of Industry 4.0 implementations, Edge Computing and 5G are providing the next generation of private wireless networks for our connected world enabling digital transformation. In order to leverage the power of AI, machine learning and automation deployments for the industry, mines, utilities and smart cities, they will need highly reliable and secure wireless connectivity and edge computing infrastructure. Private wireless provides a single network for voice, video and data i.e business-critical OT applications. It supports low-latency 5G device to device communications, low-power ..read more
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Enterprise Modern Data Centre Rudiments
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by Vijay Gurumurthy, Director Enterprise IT , Capgemini
7M ago
Technology is enabler for every industry continuous reliance to modernizing the data centres, implementing new technologies will be crucial. As technology continues to advance, data centres need to make improvements to their operations and infrastructure to ensure business is operational all times. Key factors to be considered for Data Centre for the enterprise. Planning for scalability Modern day data centres deliver high-speed computational capabilities that can scale on-demand, data storage, automation, virtualisation, high-end security, and cloud computing capacities. Data centres hold eno ..read more
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AT&T Gives Business ‘Plain-Old’ Phone Service a Cloud Makeover
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by Enterprise Viewpoint
7M ago
What’s the news? AT&T is modernizing business’ traditional analog phone lines using the cloud. AT&T Phone for Business-Advanced is designed to breathe new life into ‘plain-old-telephone-service’ (POTS) by pairing the reliability of POTS with the voice quality, security and lower maintenance costs of digital lines using market leading cloud capabilities with RingCentral. The new service is available now to nearly any business in the U.S. Why is this important? Many businesses across the U.S. still use traditional wireline phone service not just for standard voice capabilities, but also ..read more
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Data Centers and Bridging the Talent Gap
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by Carrie Goetz, CTO, StrategITcom
7M ago
One thing is certain: the data center/mission-critical industry is one of the longest ongoing apprenticeship programs, albeit informal, that is still going strong.   College coursework has not kept pace with the growing array of vocations and demand for resources.  In fact, many degreed individuals still rely on certifications post-degree.  So why is it so challenging to grow and attract talent into the industry?  I believe we still suffer from living in the shadows. Data centers work so hard to be continuously available that most people take them for granted.  Th ..read more
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Data Centre Strategies and Technology for the Future, Looking Ahead to 2024
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by Nikki Blake, Head of Sales and Marketing, Bergvik
7M ago
As we approach the year 2024, the ever-increasing need for storage, connection, and processing power is propelling data centre technology to new heights. Due to their centrality in contemporary corporate operations, data centres must constantly innovate and strategically adapt to support new technologies, such as cloud computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence (AI). What follows is an examination of the major trends, technologies, and approaches that will define the data centre industry in the year 2024. The Focus Shifts to Sustainability: Concern over data centres ..read more
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