DCF newsletter - Apr 24th, 2024
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April 24, 2024
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The surge in AI adoption and soaring AI demand has helped data center energy use in the U.S. double over the past three years, with another 50% growth likely by 2027, according to a new government study from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL), part of the U.S. Department of Energy.
Scott Noteboom, CTO of Quantum Loophole, explains how Quantum Frederick created the first carbon neutral industrial zone.

See how NOVVA Data Centers saves 2 million kWh of energy per year with a flawless upgrade to Siemens Desigo PXC controllers. When protecting data and the environment are critical to success, NOVVA trusts Siemens.

Data Center Frontier sits down for an instructive chat with Phillip Koblence, a strategic executive and ubiquitous thought leader in the data center and network space.
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.
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.
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.
Don Slaiman of IBEW Local 26 discusses recent Virginia data center legislative updates and political coordination.
No longer on the horizon, liquid cooling technology moves front and center thanks to NVIDIA and massive data center power demands.
Each month, Data Center Frontier, in partnership with Pkaza, posts some of the hottest data center jobs in the market. Find your next job here!

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