A guide to understanding top-down DCIM, and why it matters
Peter GrossFounder, PMG ASSOCIATES, INC. Consulting and Advisory
Peter brings more than 25 years' experience in engineering and design of power systems as applied to data centers, trading floors, command and control centers, and telecommunication and broadcasting facilities. Peter recently left his post as the VP of Mission Critical Systems for Bloom Energy and before joining Bloom Energy, Peter Gross was Vice President and Managing Partner of HP Global Technology Consulting at Hewlett Packard. Prior to HP, Peter was founder and CEO at EYP Mission Critical Facilities, Inc., a consulting company specializing in strategic technology planning, design and operations support for large-scale data centers. EYP was acquired by Hewlett-Packard in 2007. Peter was the co-founder of the Critical Power Coalition (CPC), a non-profit consortium of electric power companies committed to addressing operational, technological and political issues relating to on-site quality, reliability and continuity of electric power where and when it is vital. He also served as Chief Engineer at Teledyne Technologies Inc., a leading provider of sophisticated power electronic systems and related products to a wide variety of industries, and was a partner at PRK Associates. Peter is the recipient of 2010 Data Center Dynamics "Outstanding Contribution to the Industry" award.
Past Event Sessions
- DCD>New York 2019
- DCD>Dallas 2019
- Global Awards 2019
- DCD>Critical Power VIRTUAL
- DCD>Back-up & Generation | Stream on-demand
Conference Session The DCIRN Panel - Demystifying the Role of Data Center Incident Reporting
Conference Session Infrastructure Masons - Dallas local chapter meeting
Conference Session Panel Discussion: How does the industry deal with existential threats?
Conference Session Cat.8 Mission Critical Innovation Award
Conference Session Panel discussion: Disruptive innovation versus fear of failure
Conference Session Fireside Chat: Past, present and future with Peter Gross
Conference Session Panel: How can data centers innovate UPS designs to maximize reliability?