Category: Washington, D.C.

Data Center Alley or Edge Avenue? Jack Dziak Says Age of the Edge Will Lead to Another Regional Boom in NoVa

Jan 15, 2020

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us today, Jack. Tell us about your unique vantage point in Northern Virginia Dziak:   I grew up in Northern Virginia and remember when Dulles was surrounded by farms, Route 28 had stop signs, and Leesburg was considered the end of the earth!  What a difference a few decades make.  Fast […] more

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us today, Jack. Tell us about your unique vantage point in Northern Virginia Dziak:   I grew up in Northern Virginia and remember when Dulles was surrounded by farms, Route 28 had stop signs, and Leesburg was considered the end of the earth!  What a difference a few decades make.  Fast […] more

StrategITcom’s Carrie Goetz Preview CAPRE’s 2020 Digital Infrastructure Outlook: “We’re About to Hit a New Point of Accountability in Compute”

Jan 10, 2020

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us today, Carrie. Talk to us about your unique perspective on the mission critical space. Goetz: I’ve been in the industry for over 35 years, in one form or another. I have done everything you can imagine in a data center from design, to managing, commissioning and decommissioning them, to […] more

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us today, Carrie. Talk to us about your unique perspective on the mission critical space. Goetz: I’ve been in the industry for over 35 years, in one form or another. I have done everything you can imagine in a data center from design, to managing, commissioning and decommissioning them, to […] more

Innovations in Power and Cooling | OEM Server Providers Delivering More Powerful, Cheaper Systems When Designing for Immersion Cooling

Jan 9, 2020

AUSTIN, TX – “Innovations in Power and Cooling: What type of Advancements Are We Seeing in Data Centers?” was the first panel to kick off CAPRE’s Texas Data Center Summit in Austin in mid-November. The session featured a trio of panelists led by Moderator Jack Kolar, Vice-President of Mission Critical Products at TAS, who began […] more

AUSTIN, TX – “Innovations in Power and Cooling: What type of Advancements Are We Seeing in Data Centers?” was the first panel to kick off CAPRE’s Texas Data Center Summit in Austin in mid-November. The session featured a trio of panelists led by Moderator Jack Kolar, Vice-President of Mission Critical Products at TAS, who began […] more

CAPRE’s 2020 Digital Infrastructure Outlook Preview: DataCenterDNA’s Lee Smith Says Industry Needs to be “Sexy” to Address Skills Gap

Jan 8, 2020

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us Lee. Tell us about DataCenterDNA and your unique perspective there. Smith: Data Center DNA is a boutique consulting firm I founded in Northern Virginia over a year ago. Our focus is operational excellence. Sometimes a C-Suite has a strategic direction they want to take, but then there can be […] more

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us Lee. Tell us about DataCenterDNA and your unique perspective there. Smith: Data Center DNA is a boutique consulting firm I founded in Northern Virginia over a year ago. Our focus is operational excellence. Sometimes a C-Suite has a strategic direction they want to take, but then there can be […] more

Strongbow Consulting’s Gabe Cole Says CFOs Tightened Budgets in 2019 as Pricing Was Driven Down, 2020 Will be Tighter as Economic Slowdown Looms

Jan 6, 2020

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us in advance of our upcoming 2020 Digital Infrastructure Forecast, Gabe. Let’s talk about the new year. How do you see the market changing as we head into 2020? Cole: We’re in the midst of a little bit of a correction in the market. We just didn’t have nearly as […] more

CAPRE: Thanks for chatting with us in advance of our upcoming 2020 Digital Infrastructure Forecast, Gabe. Let’s talk about the new year. How do you see the market changing as we head into 2020? Cole: We’re in the midst of a little bit of a correction in the market. We just didn’t have nearly as […] more