Re-writing the rulebook on data center design
For the past 20+ years, data center design has become stuck in rigid, standardised guidelines reliant on unreliable metro area power grids. As a result, the outcome is very expensive backup power designs, which are inefficient and environmentally damaging.
David Rowe, CEO at Hydro66 explains how they’re re-writing the rule book in data center power consumption and reveals why they located their first location in the north of Sweden.
Find out how they’re helping enterprises, systems integrators and cloud service providers significantly reduce the cost and carbon footprint of deploying cloud infrastructure: www.hydro66.com
Sponsored by Cloud28+
Cloud28+ is the world’s largest aggregator of cloud services. It unites customers, public sector organizations, and partners of all kinds dedicated to accelerating enterprise cloud adoption. The Cloud28+ community and digital business platform foster collaboration to increase knowledge sharing, create new business alliances, and accelerate business outcomes. Join today! www.cloud28plus.com