Data Centers - From a Cottage Industry to an Industrial and Information Age Revolution!

April 11, 2014 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm

While the information technology age is truly upon us and computing has been around for more than fifty years, the data center has existed for many years as a cottage industry. Romonet have a unique view on the market place serving simulation model based answers to questions from mission critical consultants, data center operators, IT equipment vendors, cooling and electrical vendors and even software and services businesses. Using their patent pending simulation technology Romonet realized that the data center industry while appearing to be high-tech is only just now at the beginning of a revolution. The question is will this be a revolution or a evolution and what will the landscape look like after the world of data centers and IT has become truly industrialized.

In his talk, Zahl will take us through some of the more interesting findings from seven years of simulating data centers and equipment of all shapes and sizes around the world. Romonet simulation software is used today within leading mission critical firms, data center operators and some of the world's largest technology vendors.


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