Examine the factors and technologies shaping Australia’s data center future
Australia and New Zealand have enjoyed a period of sustained data center growth over the past decade. This has brought these markets closer to Singapore and major European markets in terms of total data center capacity. With combined national capacities now estimated as close to 600 MW and as much as 3 times that capacity possibly in the pipeline, the future looks busy. Will it be possible to maintain this level of growth? What pressures will this put on delivery and performance as key resources come under greater demand? This 4-episode broadcast will focus on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
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- Greg Lee, Procore
- Angie Keeler, Zella DC
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