Roundable Recap: Data Center Thought Leaders Look Ahead to 2022

Dec. 17, 2021
Our Executive Roundtable for 4Q 2021 explores four topics: the outlook for hyperscale computing in 2022, trends in enterprise IT spending, the key themes in data center cooling, and the potential impact of “metaverse” technologies on the data center industry.

Our Data Center Executive Roundtable for the Fourth Quarter of 2021 explores four topics: the outlook for hyperscale computing in 2022, trends in enterprise IT spending, the key themes in data center cooling, and the potential impact of “metaverse” technologies on the data center industry.

Here is the full question and answer session, organized by topic.

Here are links to the individual Q&A summaries for each of our distinguished panel members:

The conversation is moderated by Data Center Frontier Founder and editor Rich Miller.

Thanks to all of our executive participants for sharing their time and insights!

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About the Author

Rich Miller

I write about the places where the Internet lives, telling the story of data centers and the people who build them. I founded Data Center Knowledge, the data center industry's leading news site. Now I'm exploring the future of cloud computing at Data Center Frontier.

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