Analyzing Advanced Power and Cooling at CAPRE’s Great Cloud Summit: Go Micro, Go Modular

SEATTLE, WA – On November 16, Moderator Bruce Myatt, Data Center Business Leader, Arup kicked off the panel “Advanced Power and Cooling: What types of Innovations Are We Seeing Implemented in Data Centers?” at CAPRE’s Great Northwest Cloud Summit by asking three esteemed to talk about the digital transformation. “How are we going to create the kind of power to keep up with this new world we’re entering?” he asked, first looking to panelist Bruce Brady, CEO and Founder of Server Domes to share some insight on his team’s unique solution, and how it might impact the data center equation, whether that’s on the hyperscaler, colocation, or Edge side of things. “What’s interesting is that the inventor of the Server Dome, which has been in operation for the last five years, was a traditional CTO,” shared Brady. “Just as many CTOs are frustrated, he was frustrated with building data centers that became obsolete. He was frustrated with a lack of flexibility and a lack of concurrent scalability. You have to have downtime, you have to manage loads, and you have to work with dissimilar equipment – not every data center user has the opportunity to put all of the DC boxes at the same facility and make it a homogenous load. So he sat down and envisioned what the data center would look like, and as he says, he skipped a generation.” According to Brady, at that point, this inventor…