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Powering Edge Data Centers

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Webinar On-Demand
Sponsored by Kohler
Presented by William Mazzetti

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the possibilities of edge computing to the new generation of IT and facility professionals.
  2. Explain the forces driving edge computing with the focus on the underlying compute and commercial demands being placed upon an edge facility.
  3. Define and illustrate infrastructure solutions for wherever your edge compute, network, or storage function exists.
  4. Learn the historical perspective on the disaggregation of data center infrastructure and how to make the process work to your advantage.

Credits:

1 AIA LU
0.1 IACET CEU*
1 PDH*

An edge data facility is still a data center. One still and must consider design, construction, and operational habits that result in high levels of system availability, maintainability, and resiliency. The disaggregation that edge poses will distribute compute and storage assets, and the challenge will be placing edge assets into sufficiently robust facilities or enclosures outside of traditional data centers where those local solutions can equally sustain those IT operations and systems. But first, one must understand the facility solutions, starting with the underlying compute and commercial demands being placed upon an edge facility. From there, we'll delve into the solutions for wherever your edge computer, network, or storage function exists.

Powering Edge data Centers.

William Mazzetti

Over the past 35 years, Bill Mazzetti has been involved in the design and construction of complex commercial, institutional and industrial buildings throughout the world. Recognized as one of the world’s mission critical industry’s thought leaders, Bill’s data center experience includes over 400 mission critical projects consisting of over 13,000,000 square feet of data center space in the public, private and defense sectors. At Rosendin, Bill oversees all engineering and selected commercial operations on behalf of the firm, while also participating in Rosendin’s manufacturing and pre-construction activities with other executives. Prior to joining Rosendin, Bill was Chairman and CEO of Mazzetti and Associates, a leading MEP/T. During his tenure, Bill led M&A through four major restructurings, their conversion from a single-discipline to a multi-discipline firm, the expansion from one to six offices and a 14x increase in annual revenue. Bill is a licensed professional engineer in 37 and is also a US Army veteran having served in the USSOCOM community.




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