The AI disruption: Challenges and guidance for data center design

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Data centers are nerve centers that connect the digital world. These hubs enable global trade and round-the-clock access to the internet, which in turn has shortened the amount of time it takes to send a message from one continent to another.

The rapid growth of AI has changed the way organizations design and operate their data centers. From power to cooling, AI workloads have a significant influence on a data center’s physical infrastructure.

This paper from Schneider Electric explains important AI attributes that might create challenges for data centers. 

What you will learn:

  • The  type of workloads that are estimated to consume the most power
  • An overview of networking demands that come from AI workloads 
  • A prediction of the type of cooling that will be preferred in the future 
  • And more

 Download now.

Provided by Schneider Electric


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