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7x24 Exchange Conference: "Driving Business Results Through Collaboration" Presentation Highlights

Watch the highlights from the James Swensen of Facebook and Bill Westbrock Schneider Electric presentation at the 7x24 Exchange Conference on October 16, 2017.

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Data Center Life Cycle Services

The Schneider Electric Service Provider Team offers full data center life cycle solutions, assisting through the entire data center life cycle to include; site assessments, solution designs, construction, operations and maintenance. Schneider Electric can help you deliver a cutting edge data center solution that will expand your business offer and maximize your revenue potential.

Infographic: Optimizing Data Center Services

Managing a state-of-the-art data center business is challenging. A competitive offering calls for agility and efficiency at an optimal price, while addressing the unique needs and complex requirements of data center services customers. How can you ensure both competitive advantage and customer satisfaction?

The Future of Cloud Computing According to Tierpoint

In the first of our “8 Megatrends” series, we sat down with Andy Stewart, Chief Strategy Officer, Tierpoint, to discuss how technical innovation and customer requirements are driving the future of cloud computing. Check out the blog for more information.

8 Megatrends Impacting the Colocation Industry

As the importance of the data center in business rises, so do the disruptions to the colocation market — resulting in both challenges and opportunities. In particular, we’ve identified eight megatrends and interviewed eight industry experts to find out how they are managing or leveraging the following: edge computing, the changing face of the colo buyer, interconnectivity, data center design architectures, IoT and Big Data, cloud computing, DCIM and industry consolidation.

QTS Profiles the Changing Face of the Colocation Buyer

In the second of our “8 Megatrends” series, we sat down with Jim Reinhart, COO, QTS, to find out how the profile of the colocation buyer has changed as the market has evolved. Check out the blog for more information.

Examining the At Scale Data Center Trend with RagingWire Data Centers

In the third of our “8 Megatrends” series, we sat down with Doug Adams, President, RagingWire Data Centers, to examine “at scale” data centers and understand their role in supporting ever-increasing demand. Check out the blog for more information.

Talking Data Center Design Architecture with Digital Reality

In the fourth of our “8 Megatrends” series, we sat down with Kevin Dalton, V.P Engineering, Digital Reality Trust, Inc. to discuss the future of data center architecture. Check out the blog for more information.

CyrusOne Asks: What’s a Data Center without Connectivity?

In the fifth of our “8 Megatrends” series, we sat down with Josh Snowhorn, VP & GM at CyrusOne, to understand the various ways data centers are connecting to everything — especially the cloud. Check out the blog for more information.

Next Generation Colocation: T5 Opens Up To Customers with StruxureWare DCIM

Until now, the majority of wholesale colocation providers have offered secure space, power and cooling. As customers seek increased transparency and automation in their own operations, forward-thinking organizations like T5 Data Centers, are in the midst of defining the next generation of colocation with a much more strategic mindset, and full service solutions.

T5 Takes in the Full View through DCIM

The transparent data center has long been prophesied and now it’s being realized as Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) tools are informing new efficiencies. One such tool, StruxureWare for Data Centers, has just been rolled out by T5 Data Centers giving it a master view of all its operations and facilities.

Reference Design: 3300 kW, Tier III, Chilled Water, 70,000 sq. ft.

Details about this design:

  • Speed to Market advantages over legacy construction processes. (10-12 months time to market)
  • Incremental capital and operational expense outlay with modular and scalable deployment
  • Fully integrated and instrumented “Out of the Box”
Reference Design: 600 kW, Configurable Tiers, Indirect Air, Semi-Prefabricated, 17000 sq. ft.

Details about this design:

  • Extremely flexible with low cost entry point
  • Incremental capital and operational expense outlay with modular and scalable deployment
  • Modular and repeatable architecture to aid in greenfield builds and brownfield retrofits