Date: 22 September 2020
Time: 10:00am – 11:30am BST
This panel discussion will feature representatives from: Carbon3IT, CATALYST Project, Codema, Qarnot, Asperitas, Dutch Data Center Association, ECO Cooling and Telia Finland.
With the EU stating that “Data Centres, can, and should be carbon neutral by 2030” is there the possibility of using the waste heat more efficiently? This expert panel will discuss the potential, the engineering, the enabling infrastructure, the technical skills required and the costs and benefits of waste heat reuse, especially for smaller edge sites and whether the wide scale adoption of innovative technologies such as immersed cooling, tip the industry towards the edge!
Senior Policy Officer
Dutch Data Center Association
Founder and Owner
MD of Carbon3IT Ltd and Project Lead
CATALYST at Green IT Amsterdam
Founder and CEO
Senior Manager of Data Centre Business
Energy Systems Analyst
Codema, Dublin’s Energy Agency
Head of the DHC+ Technology Platform
Euro Heat & Power
Abstract: This webinar/presentation explores challenges, considerations and insights for Data Centre Infrastructure and Operations leaders engaged in the formulation of strategies.
- Insights to data centre power and energy usage
- CAPEX and OPEX considerations for data centre decision makers
- Key infrastructure and operational observations
- Formulating a data centre energy strategy
Speaker name, job title and company:
Andrew Dobson, Head of Global Sales, Hanley Energy
Currently Head of Global Sales at Hanley Energy, a role focused on leading a multi-country sales team to delivery high-value technical solutions to a hyperscale and industrial manufacturing client base.
A core component of Andrew’s role is unlocking business value for clients by combining the technical, operational and consultative capabilities of Hanley Energy during engagements.
With over 20 years client management and engagement experience, Andrew brings a wealth of product and technology monetization insights from his roles in global telecommunications giants such as British Telecom, Ericsson and Telefonica.
This Webinar is a panel Discussion, moderated by Mark Acton (independent Consultant) and feature Industry Experts Venessa Moffat (RiT Tech), Simon Browne (JLL), Eddie Kilbane (Dataplex Group) and Ofer Lior, (Intel).
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Outline of the Panel Discussion:
“The ongoing edge deployment trend is resulting in the creation of business critical sites that are both remote and generally not staffed. The current difficulties with travel and site access pose similar challenges to more traditional sites. This panel of Experts will discuss “How do we monitor, manage and maintain these sites to ensure continued availability and reliability?”
Areas that were discussed:
- Edge deployment and the growing dependency on remote sites that are not manned yet potentially business critical
- Dark Data Centres
- The requirement to manage increasingly complex, geographically diverse, hybrid digital infrastructure
- How can these sites remain reliable and available without onsite staff?
- How should site visits and essential maintenance be manged and performed?
- Should we be introducing new operational models that better suit remote, dark site management?
- How do we collate the information we need to manage multiple unmanned remote sites to achieve operational and economic objectives?
- Yet we need to have this accuracy and confidence in the data to properly support the business and the economics of operating a data centre
- How do we achieve this dream?
- What is tools are there or are being developed to assist those challenged with managing datacentres and other Critical Infrastructure?
- Those unable to make the live Webinar, can register and watch on line by simply registering to receive a link to the video recording.
Sales and Solutions Development Senior Director
Dataplex Group, Rolling out the E-Node Micro Data Centres
Business Development Manager
Data Centers Software Solutions, Intel Corporation
Head of Product Marketing
This Webinar is a panel Discussion, moderated by David McAuley, (BitPower) and features Industry Experts Liam Ryan (Eirgrid), Dermot McArdle (ESB), Damien Gaynor (Echelon Data Centres) and Dr Lisa Ryan, (The School of Economics, UCD).
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Outline of the Panel Discussion
The success of Ireland in attracting Data Centres, coupled with the size of the country means Ireland’s Energy sector is having to develop to meet the challenges faster than many other countries, particularly for large energy users.
This Panel Experts will discuss “The Irish Energy Challenge – Fulfilling Data Centre Power Requirements, in a Renewable Age.”
Areas to be discussed include:
- Data Centre Growth in the Country
- Power demand in Ireland – Now and in the Future
- Impact of DataCentre Clusters and Local Power Demand
- Government Policy
- Growth of Sustainable/Renewable Energy
- Data Centres as an active player in the Energy Sector
- Demand Response and Independent Onsite Generation
- Should Data Centres be viewed as Value Adding processors of locally sourced renewable energy.
- The Economic Impact of Data Centres and the Energy Market
Today’s enterprise data centre must handle more requirements than ever before, with the IT infrastructure connecting distributed ecosystems of employees, partners, and suppliers.
With this complexity comes the need for technology and services to ensure high availability and optimal performance of the IT delivery infrastructure.
For resource-strapped IT organisations, managing these complex IT environments can present significant challenges. IT managers are focusing on driving strategic technology transformations that can directly affect bottom-line revenue rather than manage legacy IT assets.
Recent research from IDC has indicated that IT leaders are increasingly relying more heavily on IT support providers that can help improve their IT operations, while also meeting the ever-increasing demand for IT performance.
This webinar, hosted together with IDC, will seek to explore and highlight what IT organisations should look for in a support partner, while addressing steps to take if managing multiple support providers becomes just as challenging as managing the IT infrastructure themselves.
Key takeaways of the webinar for attendees, are;
1. Learn how increasingly complicated IT infrastructures are driving the need for new and different types of outsourced support
2. Understand the latest trends in how companies are evaluating support providers
3. Learn how DMSO (a new IT services model) can manage much of the heavy lifting, allowing IT leaders to focus more on the big picture of their IT operations
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DE Power Ltd and the US Generator giant Kohler SDMO, cooperate in the
Data Centre market for standby diesel and gas generators for the EMEA area.
DE Power Ltd are the Emergency Power Specialists within the OHM Group, they are market leaders in the supply, Installation & 24/7 Service of Emergency Diesel & Gas Generators throughout Ireland, operating from their headquarters in Baldonnell, Dublin 22, with service and project divisions in Athlone & Cork.
The OHM Group, established in 1972, is one of Ireland’s leading private companies, and are engaged in the exclusive distribution of internationally recognised global brands.
The OHM Group’s activities include the importation and distribution of motor cars, commercial vehicles, buses, materials handling equipment, generators and engines.
DE Power have a long and successful relationship with Kohler SDMO in Ireland, and have been the exclusive distributers for Kohler SDMO diesel and gas generators since 2003.
Kohler was founded in 1873, is a privately-owned US company, Kohler are a global leader in the manufacturer of both engine and power generation products, with a multi Billion dollar turnover, with over 35,000 employees, with 50 brands across 4 business groups, and 50 manufacturing facilities spread across 17 countries. They are also a principle sponsorship partners of Manchester United.
DE Power Ltd and Kohler SDMO have a dedicated EMEA Data Center Power Solutions division operating out of Ireland, UK, & the EMEA area. The Kohler SDMO Data Center Power Solutions Division, will be the driving force for the sales, installation, project management and delivery of major Data Center standby generator projects within the EMEA area.