CAPRE Digital Infrastructure Weekly Roundup for October 5: Top Stories in Hyperscale, Colocation, Edge, 5G & Networking

  Schneider Electric Launches California Energy Action Program to Improve Resiliency, Fight Climate Change and Give Communities and Buildings Wildfire Energy Solutions: Schneider Electric, leading the digital transformation of energy management and automation, announced today it has launched the California Energy Action Program, to help California building owners and operators find energy solutions to prepare for future wildfire and climate events, manage rising energy costs and enable more energy independence. The program's cornerstone is the launch of GreenStruxureTM, a new company specifically designed to provide targeted energy solutions to the thousands of medium-sized buildings that deliver critical community services such as hospitals and health care facilities, food and beverage operations, refrigerated warehouses, governmental buildings and universities, as well as critical economic engines such as agriculture and wine regions. Involta Celebrates Cleveland And Pittsburgh Expansions: Involta, an industry-leading hybrid IT, cloud computing and data center services company, is announcing major expansions at the company's data centers in Cleveland and Pittsburgh. Involta marked these expansions with a week-long "Edge to Innovation" celebration, along with customers, partners and industry influencers. The strategic expansions were driven by a surge in customer demand for edge data centers and critical infrastructure in the tech, manufacturing, healthcare and transportation sectors. An uptick in demand in healthcare with anchor tenant MetroHealth was the key factor in adding new space at Involta's Cleveland data center. The recent expansion added 144 cabinets and 500kW in new power availability. The 23,000+…