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The Data Center Podcast
48 minutes | Jul 21, 2021
Vertiv CEO Rob Johnson On the Pandemic, Supply Chain Woes, and Data Center Tech
Vertiv's CEO reflects on early days of the pandemic and shares thoughts on where the company finds itself today in relation to the global crisis. We also talked about the global supply chain issues and their impact on Vertiv and its customers, the company’s strategy for growing in the hyperscale data center market, and which areas of data center technology its hundreds of millions of dollars in R&D spend has been going.
41 minutes | Jul 7, 2021
Equinix’s Jim Poole On New Interconnection Ecosystems, xScale, and More
Equinix has been leveraging its position at the top of the data center service provider market to expand into new areas, such as data center infrastructure for next-gen mobile applications, subsea-cable landing stations, and hyperscale facilities. On the latest episode of The Data Center Podcast, we interview Jim Poole, VP of business development at Equinix, about these initiatives, as well as its strategy around expanding in emerging markets, reaching data center sustainability, and more.
45 minutes | May 11, 2021
Cologix CEO Bill Fathers on the Pandemic, the Colocation Market, and Strategy
The Data Center Podcast: After a nervous pause at the start of the pandemic, the major North American data center provider’s business skyrocketed.
48 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
What the Arrival of AI Hardware Means for Your Data Center - Charlie Boyle, Nvidia
Charlie Boyle, general manager of the Nvidia DGX unit, on AI hardware and data centers.
34 minutes | Apr 2, 2021
Is Sensible Green Data Center Regulation Even Possible in the EU? -- Alex Rabbetts EUDCA
Alex Rabbetts leads the European Data Center Association, the lobbying organization behind the recent Climate Neutral Data Centre Pact. In the interview we try to learn why EUDCA thinks a voluntary pact -- as opposed to regulation -- wouldn’t put the industry’s interests ahead of what’s best for the environment.
53 minutes | Mar 16, 2021
Why Your Servers Suck and How Oxide Computer Plans to Make This Better -- Bryan Cantrill, Oxide
Bryan Cantrill, CTO and co-founder of Oxide Computer Company, tells us how his startup is designing a rack-scale computer for enterprise IT shops that have “good reasons” to run applications in their own data centers.
35 minutes | Mar 10, 2021
A Truly Sustainable Data Center Industry Will Require Regulation - Ed Ansett, i3 Solutions
Some of the largest data center operators have been ramping up investment in renewable energy and other measures aimed at reducing their impact on climate change. Overall, however, creating a truly sustainable data center industry -- which as a sector is of the fastest-growing energy consumers -- will require regulation.
55 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
How Cloud Giants (Hyperscalers) Go About Leasing Data Centers -- Tim Hughes Stack Infrastructure
Tim Hughes, director of strategy and development at Stack Infrastructure, takes us inside the booming business of building and leasing massive computing facilities to the world's largest cloud platforms.
20 minutes | Feb 16, 2021
How Hyperscale Cloud Platforms Reshaped the Submarine Cable Industry - Alan Mauldin, TeleGeography
Alan Mauldin, who tracks the submarine cable market at TeleGeography, joins us on The Data Center Podcast to talk about hyperscalers' massive influence on how cables are funded, where they land, and how they’re designed.
29 minutes | Feb 9, 2021
ByteDance, Edge Markets, N. Virginia: All the Latest on US Data Center Leasing - Jim Kerrigan, NADC
Veteran data center real estate broker Jim Kerrigan explains the state of play in the US data center leasing market and shares some tips for data center tenants.
36 minutes | Feb 2, 2021
What Data Center-as-a-Service Means for Juniper – Raj Yavatkar, CTO, Juniper Networks
The networking giant’s CTO explains its opportunity for a SaaS play and his vision of data center automation.
41 minutes | Jan 26, 2021
Crosby: Surge of New Investors Is Great for the Data Center Industry
Chris Crosby, founder and CEO of Compass Datacenters, on business, diversity, and sustainability.
45 minutes | Jan 11, 2021
The Hottest Colocation Markets are No Longer in the US and Western Europe
The Data Center Podcast: Jabez Tan, head of research at Structure Research, on the state of play in the global colocation market, including an overview of the top emerging markets, where most of the growth is going to happen over the next few years.
42 minutes | Jan 4, 2021
Dell's Strategy for Cloud and Delivering Data Centers as a Service
The Data Center Podcast: Deepak Patil, head of Dell’s cloud business, on building a platform and supply chain for consuming private cloud infrastructure that feels, as much as possible, like consuming public cloud services.
54 minutes | Dec 14, 2020
Three Internet Things That Could But Didn’t Go Wrong in the Pandemic
Kentik’s Avi Freedman on the internet’s resiliency, ‘edgefication’ of everything, and the rise of the internet bypass.
37 minutes | Nov 21, 2019
Why Ampere Thinks the Time Is Ripe for Arm in the Data Center
Jeff Wittich, who until recently led the Intel unit that designs and sells processors for cloud data centers, joins us to talk about his new gig as VP of products at Ampere Computing, the Arm processor startup founded by former Intel president Renee James that's focused squarely on eating Intel's lunch in the cloud provider data center market.
42 minutes | Apr 5, 2019
Romonet to Take CBRE's AR Tech for Data Centers to the Next Level
Zahl Limbuwala, executive director, CBRE - Romonet, joins us on The Data Center Podcast to talk about what's coming after CBRE's acquisition of his company Romonet earlier this year, to reflect on the UK's cabon tax on data center operators, cost considerations for liquid cooling, and Brexit.
49 minutes | Feb 21, 2019
Can Bloom Energy Transform the Data Center Industry?
Peter Gross, Bloom Energy's VP of mission critical, says he hasn’t seen anything more disruptive after decades in the business.
43 minutes | Jan 28, 2019
What Is Cisco’s Role in a Market Where Hyperscalers Call the Shots?
Roland Acra, the man in charge of Cisco’s Data Center Business Group, joins us on The Data Center Podcast.
47 minutes | Jun 28, 2018
Juniper CTO Says His Rivals Got Automation All Wrong - Bikash Koley, CTO, Juniper
At Juniper, Bikash Koley is using the things he learned while building Google’s infrastructure to give enterprises the cloud-native environments they want. In this episode of The Data Center Podcast, we talk with Koley about the technology stack he’s building at Juniper to get there and about his expectations for getting Juniper back to growth.
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