In the August/September issue of DCD>Magazine: The world's largest particle collider is getting an upgrade, and that means huge changes to its data center infrastructure. Plus, we take a look at the promise and peril of Edge Computing in a special supplement, dive into the future of lithium-ion batteries with its creator, and talk to Vertiv's CEO Rob Johnson.
This 16-page special magazine supplement explores where the industry has got to in terms of understanding edge computing and its application to data infrastructure. Will tiny data centers be popping up in cell towers, office buildings and the white goods in your kitchen, or is the hype overblown?
This 32-page eBook is focused on how digital transformation with the retail sector is driving new models for the deployment and ownership of infrastructure in distribution and point of sale. It is part of the DCD>Verticals series exploring mission critical IT infrastructure within different industry sectors.
Is the Edge more than just a surge of hype?
Johan Börje from Stockholm Exergi shares key insights from his keynote session on heat recovery for data centers at DCD>South East Asia (Sep 11-12):
This Schneider Electric paper describes unique management principles and provides a comprehensive, high-level overview of the necessary program elements for operating a mission critical facility efficiently and reliably throughout its life cycle.