Tuesday 25th June

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    DISCOVER WHY HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING IS HOT . . . AND HOW TO KEEP IT COOL

    LOCATION: Hanover CDE – Hyatt Regency, Atrium Tower, Exhibit Level 

    Critical environments within the data center are dynamically evolving. Within the next five years, industry analysts expect significant growth in high-density applications and workloads due to the increased utilization of big data analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning and augmented reality. As the adoption of these applications increases, they will expand the requirements within the data center, specifically around cooling techniques.

     

    According to research by IDC, the reliability of power and cooling infrastructure is the number one selection criteria for choosing an outsourced data center provider, and it’s no surprise given the heightened usage of internet-based applications via smartphones, tablets and connected devices. Attend this panel discussion and discover: 

    Consumption patterns driving today’s CPU intensive applications

    The challenges end users face deploying high heat output application infrastructure 

    How Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the largest U.S. Department of Energy science and energy laboratory, is leveraging supercomputing to deliver transformative solutions to compelling problems in energy and security 

    The importance of aligning IT with facilities personnel to ensure the right infrastructure is in place for high-density workloads

    Advanced cooling technologies needed to efficiently and reliably power and cool mission-critical facilities given our new reality

    New requirements that you need to evaluate when selecting your next data center 



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Moderator

  • Lee Kestler

    CCO,
    Vantage Data Centers

Speakers

  • Courtney Munroe

    Group Vice President, Worldwide Telecommunications Research,
    IDC

  • Jim Marsh

    Vice President, Business Development,
    CPG

  • Justin Thomas

    CTO,
    Vantage Data Centers

  • Stephen McNally

    Operations Manager,
    National Center for Computational Sciences