A guide to understanding top-down DCIM, and why it matters
Lex CoorsVisiting Professor at UEL & Chief Data Center Technology & Engineering Officer, Digital Realty
Over the past 30 years of his career, Lex has built exceptionally strong credentials in the design of versatile, cost-effective and energy-efficient data center infrastructure. He has supervised the design and build process for more than 70 data centers and developed close to 600,000 m² of gross space with over 300,000 m² net space across Western Europe and Africa.
In his current role as Chief Datacenter Technology and Engineering Officer at Digital Realty, Lex has pioneered several new approaches to data center design and management, including the improvement of power ratio efficiency between server load and transformer load, and the industry’s first ever modular approach to data center architecture.
Lex is a Visiting Professor at the University of East London working on the data center challenges of Sustainability and Energy efficiency. Further, Lex is Board member of the Climate neutral datacenter Pact, Chair of the EUDCA Policy Committee where he engages with EU Policymakers, Board member of the EUDCA, Stakeholder at the EU JRC since the start in for the European Code of Conduct for datacenter efficiency and he is member of the iMasons Advisory Council where he helped developing the Climate Accord/ Carbon Tracker with Maturity model.
Lex received the Personal Judges Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Data Center industry in 2010 by Broadgroup, 2016 by DCD, and again 2021 by Data Centre Dynamics.
Lex Coors @ Connect | London 2022
Conference Session DCD>Debate: What's holding up an attack on the 1 in PUE?
Past Event Sessions
- DCD>London 2019
- DCD>Europe | Stream on-demand
- DCD>Critical Power VIRTUAL
- DCD>Critical Power | Stream on-demand
- DCD>Keeping IT Cool VIRTUAL
- DCD>Grid Scale | Stream On-demand
- DCD>Towards Net-Zero Europe | Stream on-demand
- DCD>Back-up & Generation | Stream on-demand
Conference Session Panel discussion: How is the psychology of power efficiency evolving?
Conference Session Panel: What are the challenges for modern day electrical design engineers?
Conference Session Panel: What will be the speed and scale of the transition to liquid cooling?