Category: Seattle

How to Ride the Edge Computing Wave: Engineer for the Experience, Not the Data

Jan 24, 2020

SEATTLE, WA – Everyone wants to talk about the Edge, but there’s little agreement on how things are going in terms of adoption and scale. That’s why this topic is so ripe for panel discussion. CAPRE’s Great Northwest Cloud Summit capitalized on that opportunity, with a riveting session titled “Where Are We in the Edge […] more

SEATTLE, WA – Everyone wants to talk about the Edge, but there’s little agreement on how things are going in terms of adoption and scale. That’s why this topic is so ripe for panel discussion. CAPRE’s Great Northwest Cloud Summit capitalized on that opportunity, with a riveting session titled “Where Are We in the Edge […] more

Digital Transformation: Dr. Julie Albright tells CAPRE audience 70% of Younger Employees Prefer to Avoid the Office

Jan 22, 2020

SEATTLE, WA — Dr. Julie Albright is a Digital Sociologist who teaches at the University of Southern California as well as a Board Member of Infrastructure Masons. She specializes in digital culture and communications, and has been fascinated by and working on the changing needs of the workforce in the face of digital transformation for […] more

SEATTLE, WA — Dr. Julie Albright is a Digital Sociologist who teaches at the University of Southern California as well as a Board Member of Infrastructure Masons. She specializes in digital culture and communications, and has been fascinated by and working on the changing needs of the workforce in the face of digital transformation for […] more

Future-Proofing Data Centers 101: “It’s all about fully utilizing your asset.”

Jan 16, 2020

SEATTLE, WA – Design and construction are essential ingredients for a successful data center recipe, and so is such content relevant to a successful data center summit. So CAPRE produced a highly anticipated panel, “Design and Construction: What Smart Trends Are We Seeing in Design Builds and Architecture and What Can We Expect More of […] more

SEATTLE, WA – Design and construction are essential ingredients for a successful data center recipe, and so is such content relevant to a successful data center summit. So CAPRE produced a highly anticipated panel, “Design and Construction: What Smart Trends Are We Seeing in Design Builds and Architecture and What Can We Expect More of […] more

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

Jan 13, 2020

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 […] more

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 […] more

Just How Well Connected are Public Clouds and Colocation Sites? PNW Insiders Talk Misconceptions, Security & Latency at CAPRE’s Great NW Cloud Summit

Jan 8, 2020

SEATTLE, WA – Connectivity is a major ingredient in the digital infrastructure recipe around the world and the Seattle market is no different. “Cloud Connectivity in the Pacific Northwest: Just How Well Connected are Public Clouds and Colocation Sites?” was, not surprisingly, a central session of CAPRE’s recent Great Northwest Cloud Summit in Seattle this […] more

SEATTLE, WA – Connectivity is a major ingredient in the digital infrastructure recipe around the world and the Seattle market is no different. “Cloud Connectivity in the Pacific Northwest: Just How Well Connected are Public Clouds and Colocation Sites?” was, not surprisingly, a central session of CAPRE’s recent Great Northwest Cloud Summit in Seattle this […] more