DCF newsletter - Apr 22nd, 2024
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April 22, 2024
Our photo walk takes us past the latest in facilities air and liquid cooling, powering, AI, connectivity, networks, design, security solutions and more, as seen on display in this year's Data Center World Expo Hall in Washington, DC.
Max Hamner, Research and Development Engineer at Modius, explains how using calculated points adds up to a superior experience for the DCIM user.
The big question for the data center industry is how can the move to nuclear energy happen faster, beyond the conventionally stated temporal cushion of eight to ten years.
Three years into the renewed stewardship of Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger, new GPUs, accelerators, CPUs, open standards, and silicon offerings now lead the way in a competitive AI infrastructure ramp-up.
Meanwhile, the wholesale data center developer is readying another previously announced $600 million in financing for expansion into new regions, located in areas with a combination of land and near-term power availability, suitable for supporting up to three sites with a minimum capacity of 300 MVA...
New moves from DigitalBridge edge-colocation and hyperscale campus stalwarts DataBank and Vantage show how in the age of AI, the pace and scope of data center financing has become breakneck, with little sign of slowing down.
Find out how a North American healthcare provider successfully modernized its legacy data centers using digital twin technology.
Staying on top of emerging trends isn’t just an advantage, it’s an absolute necessity! Register to attend the Data Center Frontier Trends Summit and add your voice to the conversation. Engage with leaders during interactive site tours, hands-on workshops, discussions, and structured networking; and discover cutting-edge technologies that can optimize your operations and reduce costs.
EDITOR'S PICKS by Matt Vincent
The AI boom will ripple through the digital infrastructure sector, impacting the availability of space, the supply chain, pricing, cooling, power and design. DCF's Rich Miller investigates in his annual industry forecast.
The discussion begins with a focus on the latest data center industry insights in the context of products, partnerships, and trend-leadership as revealed at the NVIDIA GTC 2024 AI Conference (Mar. 18-21).
For data center industry watchers, there's a lot that immediately jumps out from CBRE's new North America Data Center Trends H2 2023 report.
The crossroads of sustainability and power resiliency will be front and center at the upcoming Microgrid 2024 conference, to be held April 22-24 in Baltimore, Maryland.

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