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Research shows there is more demand for data center resources and that power and power density continues to increase. The amount of power we're providing into the rack continues to grow with more use-cases around business demand. And, with more demands being put on data centers, as well as more data center builds including energizing components such as substations, the wire and cable requirements to power your data center are becoming more complex with limited resources available for installation. Building trends such as high-density data centers, modularization, and new energy efficient strategies all make choosing the right wire and cable vital for a successful project. Designing the system correctly can significantly impact the safety of a project, the longevity and reliability of your data center, and future maintenance costs.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
- Trends in data center construction and what it means for wire and cable power options
- Key growth metrics around rack and data center power consumption
- The demand for power will only continue to grow with evolving use-cases
- Placing an emphasis on safety when planning your data center
- Designing in future needs when choosing wire and cable
- Wire and cable considerations from the power connection through the entrance room
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Bill Kleyman brings more than 15 years of experience to his role as Director of Technology Solutions at EPAM. Using the latest innovations, such as AI, machine learning, blockchain, DevOps, cloud and advanced technologies, Mr. Kleyman delivers solutions to customers that help them achieve their business goals and remain competitive in their market. An active member in the technology industry, he was ranked #16 globally in the Onalytica study that reviewed the top 100 most influential individuals in the cloud landscape; and #4 in another Onalytica study that reviewed the industry’s top Data Security Experts.
Chris Cooper is the National Manager of Data Center Relations for Southwire Company. He received his B.A. from the University of North Texas. Chris has over 30 years of experience in the electrical field. You might say he cut his teeth on wire! From pulling wire to consulting design on major projects including industrial and Data Centers, Chris understands every aspect of the construction cycle and its requirements. The last 8 years he has concentrated solely on the Data Center industry.
In addition to a mastery of Data Center customers’ power needs, Chris is passionate about safety and serves on a Data Center Safety Consortium to ensure the balance between safety, design, and power requirements are met. Chris is a native of Texas and still lives there with his wife and two daughters where he enjoys archery and family game night.