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Datacentre Solutions INTERVIEWS • 2024 • Issue 3 • Part 4


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Digital technologies help to address the skills shortage
Mark Fenton, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Cadence, explains the ways in which digital twins, augmented and virtual reality and AI can help the data centre industry address the impending skills shortage as well as providing many operational benefits.

Addressing the challenges of implementing AI-driven data centre infrastructure
Manja Thessin, AFL's Market Manager, explains how the AI revolution is driving change in data centre architecture, outlining the unique challenges these environments face in terms of cabling and connectivity as they integrate AI technologies as well as ways in which they can be addressed.

Exploring the subtleties of sustainability
Speaking from the recent COP28 climate summit, David Craig, CEO at Iceotope, provides some fascinating, thoughtful insights into the sustainability challenges facing the data centre industry and the ways in which they need to be addressed.

Connectivity crucial to beat the bottlenecks
Nicholas Cole, Enterprise and Data Centre Solutions Manager at EXFO, discusses the many challenges facing the data centre at the present time - more and more data, the impending AI explosion, ongoing cloud migrations, the edge and sustainability – which are placing ever more demands on the facilities themselves and, as importantly, the connectivity infrastructure both within and outside these buildings.

Cyber resilience and sustainability drive the need for data centre innovation
Rajkumar Vijayarangakann, Lead, Network Design & DevOps, ManageEngine, discusses the growing importance of cyber resilience as a focus for the data centre, alongside the ongoing sustainability imperative. Against such a demanding and rapidly evolving background, Rajkumar believes that comprehensive, well developed and implemented ongoing data centre optimisation strategies have never been so important.



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