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Data Center Frontier Power Educational Forum
Learn about the latest data center power technology with these resources.
The need for increased speed and the drive to be sustainable businesses, finding, controlling and managing data center power is a critical issue. New strategies and technologies are coming to the fore. Understanding these new power options is now critical to continued growth.
To help you better understand data center digitization and the multiple forces often challenging build outs, Data Center Frontier has brought together industry experts and resources to help explain these key trends.
Below you will find overviews of our live presentations as well as key online resources for the Data Center Frontier Power Education Forum, a one-day, multi-session day featuring speakers from Cummins and Eaton and supported by Stream and IcsMos.
Session 1 - How Digital Transformation Is Enabling Data Centers' Energy Transformation - (1pm - Eastern) - Register Today!Join Matt Vincent, Editor in Chief of Data Center Frontier and James Spears, Technical Marketing Manager, Eaton as they discuss key energy trends and challenges associated with data center growth and digital transformation.By attending this webinar, you will gain insight into:• How advances in data center digitalization allow facilities to meet much needed reporting and metrics challenges related to critical operations, business and sustainability.• How digitalization can help data centers face a range of service delivery challenges, including cybersecurity, delivering new services, meeting rising performance requirements and infrastructure demands, replacing aging infrastructure, and optimizing power usage.• How digitalization can facilitate present and future adoption of renewables, including ESG program compliance.• How energy and power needs are the top drivers for data center digital transformations.• How sustainability is leading commercial data centers to evolve and do business.• The relationship between data center digital transformation and workforce staffing.• How hyperscalers are leading the way in data
Technical Marketing Manager
From application engineering to sales and training, Spears assists with the development of Eaton UPSs and other power management solutions to ensure that Eaton products meet the needs of clients across industries.
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Session 2 - Evolution of Data Center Onsite Power Use - (2pm - Eastern) - Register Today!
One of the biggest challenges confronting data center operators today is how to build out to meet expected demand in an environment where power is constrained by regulatory and infrastructure limitations. In some regions, utilities may not have sufficient capacity to meet planned data center deployments. Local air quality boards are limiting the number of hours standby generators can run. Data center operators have ambitious ESG goals that are impacted by power usage. Join us for a conversation with Yue Tu, Innovation Program Manager at Microsoft and Rich Scroggins, Technical Advisor for Data Center Markets at Cummins to look at these challenges from the perspective of a hyperscaler and a power generation equipment supplier.
Technical Advisor – Data Center Markets
Rich Scroggins is a Technical Advisor on the Data Center market at Cummins. Rich has been with Cummins for 30 years in a variety of engineering and technical marketing roles in the Power Generation business. Rich has been a member of the IEEE 1547 working group and is an alternate member of the NEC and NFPA 110 code panels. Rich received his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Minnesota and an MBA from the University of St. Thomas.
Microsoft's Cloud Operations & Innovation
As an Innovation Program Manager at Microsoft's Cloud Operations & Innovation, Yue leads end-to-end program management of disruptive technologies and breakthrough datacenter innovations from incubation to hyperscale production. He had previously worked on delivering datacenter power infrastructure and renewable energy procurement for Microsoft's datacenters. He has nearly 10 years of experience in Microsoft's datacenter development, deployment, and innovation. Yue has enabled datacenter operations that have scaled greater than 5x in annual revenue from $8B to $40B.Before joining Microsoft, Yue worked at Pacific Gas & Electric Company for more than 5 years, where he focused on energy procurement, renewable energy strategy, and electrical distribution operations.Yue earned his undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering & Operations Research from the University of California Berkeley and a Master's in Business Administration from the University of Washington.In addition to his professional pursuits, Yue has a passion for the performing arts. He has been a producer, writer, and performer for a community theater company in San Francisco and Berkeley. In his spare time, he enjoys exploring the world with his wife and infant while contemplating the history of the Roman Empire.
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David has more than 30 years of experience covering enterprise IT and the data center sector, From 2010 to 2016, he wrote about the data center industry for ZDNet and Datacenter Dynamics.Prior to that he wrote about Windows technology for Windows IT Pro, Connected Home Media, Windows 2000 Magazine and PC Week Labs. He most recently worked with Hewlett-Packard Enterprise on its Enterprise NXT.David has also authored or co-authored books on using Windows NT, Windows XP and data center energy efficiency, He has contributed thousands of articles to trade publications and technical journals, and been an expert speaker at industry events including Interop, Comdex, Windows World and many others.Sponsored by: