T3.8A

Big Thinking for Smaller Data Centers

Start Time: 10/4/2016 2:15:00 PM
End Time: 10/4/2016 3:15:00 PM

In the data center community, when industry giants such as Google, Amazon and Facebook talk, everyone listens. And while there is distinct value in learning what’s at the leading edge of design and innovation in these massive (and massively funded) facilities, it is rarely possible for a smaller, under-2MW enterprise to apply the best practices of one well over 10MW. This session offers insights tailored to the unique needs of small-to-medium data centers, and addresses what is economical, practical and effective for optimizing performance and efficiency.

Learning Objectives:
1. Review the role of larger data centers in driving innovation  
2. Understand the unique energy and power needs of sub-2MW data centers
3. Discuss economic aspects of managing small-to-medium data centers
4. Analyze best practices for small-to-medium data centers

Presented by:


Jim Culbert
Director of IT Services
Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center

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Joe Reele
Vice President, Solution Architects
Schneider Electric

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Ron Vokoun
Director of Mission Critical Design
RK Mechanical

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Todd Boucher
Principal
Leading Edge Design Group

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Room Number: 208A

Audience: Intermediate

CEU: 0.1

Track:

Design/Build/Manage

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