STULZ’s Sean Corcoran Previews CAPRE’s 6th Annual Greater Chicago & Midwest Data Center Summit

CHICAGO, Illinois – In anticipation of the 6th Annual Greater Chicago & Midwest Data Center Summit on June 7th, CAPRE interviewed Sean Corcoran, Regional Sales Manager – North for STULZ Air Technology Systems, Inc. about the most buzzworthy and interesting topics of discussion at the event. Though the Data Center Summit will cover the here and now, Corcoran is most interested in the future. “Where are we going in terms of the internet of everything and edge computing?” he asks. “What's required when artificial intelligence, self-driving cars, etc. become more revelant. What will the data center look like? How will we deal with those latency issues?” Corcoran is most interested in how the industry will position itself to meet these challenges. “Take self-driving cars for example,” he says. “Not every company will be able to build a large data vent every five miles. How will they keep a line of communication open from the car to the satellite? What does that look like? What's the footprint? And how will we support that?” Some other hot topics Corcoran anticipates to be buzzworthy include: Big names of the world, like Google, are looking to deliver 90,000 CFM as opposed to the usual 60,000. How will we deliver that? What is driving retro-fitting strategies? Is it energy efficiency? Is it saving money on new units? Is it different in different region? Are clients looking to redo their data centers to take advantage regional…