Roundtable Recap: Tier Status of U.S. Data Center Markets, AI Inflection Point Forecasts, Investor Outlook

Sept. 25, 2023
Our Data Center Executive Roundtable for the Third Quarter of 2023 explored up-and-coming U.S. data center markets, forecasts for near-term AI demand in data centers, and the dynamics between data center investors and providers.

Our Data Center Executive Roundtable for the Third Quarter of 2023 asked for our four industry leaders' takes on opportunities for up-and-coming U.S. data center markets; for their forecasts for near-term data center AI demand, looking out from the technology's pivotal year of 2023; and for a general outlook in counseling harmonious relations between data center investors and providers.

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 Editor in Chief Matt Vincent.

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

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About the Author

Matt Vincent

A B2B technology journalist and editor with more than two decades of experience, Matt Vincent is Editor in Chief of Data Center Frontier.

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