Date: Tuesday, January 19, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour
Data centers are an essential part of the modern economy. From banking to telecoms to gaming, data centers are vital for most industries. But there’s a problem. For a data center to make sense, it must be continuously improved in terms of economics, performance, efficiency, and flexibility. As the world becomes increasingly reliant on a digital economy, data centers must innovate to meet the needs of tomorrow.
In this special live-streaming video webinar, Submer explains how the old data center model is no longer viable, and why we must build smarter and more sustainable data centers.
Specifically, the webinar will teach you:
- How to improve the sustainability and scalability of your data center
- How Submer technology guarantees a 25-40% TCO savings
- How energy and liquid cooling can help futureproof your data center
- How Submer’s SmartCoolant liquid and pods can help your data center be smarter, more sustainable, and more economical for years to come
Brought to you by:
Daniel Pope, CEO and Co-Founder, Submer
As CEO and Co-Founder of Submer, Daniel started his adventure in the data center industry at age 16 with a small bedroom project, which later sold to Telefónica. He then served as Solution Architect and Director of Architecture and Integration EMEA at Ingram Micro Cloud. In 2015, together with Pol Valls, he created Submer, a deep-tech company with ambition to transform traditional data centers into sustainable, highly efficient, smart, lights-out, immersion-cooled “data warehouses” driven by robotics.
Scott Noteboom, CTO, Submer
Scott Noteboom is CTO of Submer where he serves on the front lines of the Decarbonization Revolution. His mission is to deliver a fluid ecosystem for dense electronics and energy that delivers similar benefits that cerebral fluid offers our own personal onboard computers. As a former mercenary in the Cloud Revolution, Scott served as VP of Operations at Yahoo! and Head of Global Infrastructure at Apple. More recently, he served the AI Revolution as CEO and Founder of Litbit.