Why are Data Center Designs Changing Right Now?

Evan Bass

Data center designs are changing significantly, and for good reason.

Hyperscale cloud companies and large enterprises are driving new design requirements that include less redundancy, more space, lower costs, and shorter construction times.

Thus, we are at a key inflection point in the history of data centers. The market is changing, and colocation data centers must respond with new ways to provide everything that customers need, and nothing they don’t.

Data Center Knowledge: New Data Center Designs for Hyperscale Cloud and the Enterprise

RagingWire is proud to collaborate with Data Center Knowledge to produce a webinar and a white paper, both titled “New Data Center Designs for Hyperscale Cloud and the Enterprise”, that explain how this new design will be executed, and how customers will benefit.  

Click here to listen to the webinar, in which RagingWire VP of Product Management Bruno Berti shares how data center customers are benefitting from this new design, and RagingWire VP of Critical Facilities Engineering and Design Bob Woolley explains how data centers are delivering that design. Bruno and Bob are preceded on the webinar by 30-year technology journalist Scott Fulton, who gives an enthusiastic and entertaining retrospective of how we got to this point in the evolution of data center design.

Click here to download the white paper, which shows how this new design addresses the facility, power, cooling, telecommunications and security requirements of hyperscale and enterprise applications, while also lowering costs and improving overall data center performance and availability.

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