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Datacentre Solutions INTERVIEWS • 2024 • Issue 3 • Part 3

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Sustainability drives the data centre sector
Jon Healy, Chief Operating Officer at Keysource, offers some great insights into the challenges and opportunities facing the industry in 2024 and beyond, with the many aspects of sustainability dominating the agenda, alongside the advent of AI, the ongoing skills shortage, and one or two supply chain issues.

AI-ready data centres - are you prepared?
Manja Thessin, AFL Hyperscale’s Market Manager, looks at the key trends in AI and hyperscale data centres, covering the significant increases anticipated in AI cluster sizes, densities and overall scales of deployment, the innovations in fibre optic cabling technologies required to meet this demand, and summarises how the industry needs to evolve to meet the challenges of scaling AI to exascale.

Data centre industry adapting well to business and technology challenges
Darren Watkins, Chief Revenue Officer at VIRTUS Data Centres, highlights the trends and topics commanding the attention of the data centre industry – with sustainability, flexibility, scalability, both megascale and edge facilities, connectivity and latency sensitivity and, last but by no means least, AI making for a busy year ahead.

What does the future look like for UPS systems in a sustainable data centre industry?
Louis McGarry, Centiel’s Sales & Marketing Director, UK, discusses the future of UPS technology, taking as his starting point the company’s forward-looking, innovative StratusPower solution, going on to discuss wider sustainability opportunities around battery technology and fuel cells, peak shaving, and the circular economy.

AI poses fresh challenges for the data centre industry
The opening of Legrand’s latest Experience Center in Reading, UK, last year is just one of many technology and corporate strategy developments focused on optimizing the company’s data centre products and services portfolio, as well as the overall customer experience. Paul Roberts, Product Specialist and MTDC Account Manager for Legrand Data Centre Solutions, talks to DCS.

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