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Datacentre Solutions INTERVIEWS • 2024 • Issue 3 • Part 6


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The digital infrastructure sector needs to invest and innovate to meet demand
Jacqueline Davis, Research Analyst for Uptime Intelligence, discusses the organisation’s recently published "Five data center predictions for 2024" - AI and liquid cooling are both set to have an impact, but not at the scale anticipated, sustainability accountability has arrived, data centre software will get smarter, and there’s a growing trend for the building out of hyperscale campuses.

Modular data centre to host Europe’s first exascale supercomputer
Dr Crispin Keable, Senior Solutions Architect for HPC, AI, and Quantum, Eviden, explains how a set of some 50 pre-built modules (20 IT containers, 15 power feed containers, 10 logistics containers) will provide a 2,300m2 turnkey data centre for the Julich Supercomputing Centre in Germany. Benefits to the client include flexibility and agility when it comes to required upgrade configurations, delivery time reduced by 50%, costs cut by a factor of three and a much faster installation process when compared to a traditional data centre build.

AI, data sovereignty and location drive the data centre agenda
Zahl Limbuwala, Operating Partner, DTCP, provides some brilliant insights into the challenges facing the data centre industry in 2024 and beyond – with his thoughts on AI, data sovereignty, data centre location, legislation and sustainability combined into a compelling narrative of the likely future direction of the sector.

Hydrogen delivers healthy power generation in mission-critical applications
Ben Crawford, Manager of Business Development, focused on emerging technologies, Kohler Power Systems, and Richard John Ferguson, Manager of Business Development, Fuel Cells, Toyota Motor North America explain how the two companies have collaborated to develop and install a hydrogen fuel cell power generation system at the Klickitat Valley Health hospital in Goldendale, Washington. The fuel cell power system combines Kohler and Toyota technologies to showcase the viability of the zero-emission technology for power generation and marks a significant step for Kohler toward offering a commercially available product that will help customers with their decarbonisation goals in sectors such as the data centre industry.

Understanding the science of sustainability
Anthea van Scherpenzeel, Senior Sustainability Manager at Colt Data Centre Services, discusses the ways in which data centre owners/operators can make demonstrable progress on the road to Net Zero – with a commitment to science-based targets, improved and increased monitoring and management data points and transparency seen as key components of a successful sustainability strategy.



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