Forecasting technological advancements is difficult, but there are several models which have predicted that data centre energy usage could consume over 10% of the global electricity supply by 2030 at the current growth rate. Similar increases are also forecasted for gas emissions and e-waste. The technologies to counter this growing problem are available and they have the advantage of optimizing performance while reducing environmental impact.
Join us in this webinar and discover:
What is the impact of data centres on the environment?
Standards that can be used when addressing environmental sustainability for data centres
How to manage the environmental sustainability of the data centre
Some best practices of implementing power usage efficiency in the data centre
The roadmap to a carbon-neutral data centre
Date : 12 March 2021
Time : 16:00 - 17:00 GMT+8 (Singapore)
Time in other cities - Jakarta & Bangkok 15:00, New Delhi 13:30, Dubai 12:00, Amsterdam (CET) 09:00, London (GMT) 08:00, other cities
Speaker Otto de Roo Senior Data Centre Consultant & Trainer, EPI
Otto is a Dutch national with over 30 years of experience in the ICT and mission-critical data centre industry including managing 13 mission-critical data centres in Europe on all aspects such as daily operations, Green initiatives and strategic level projects.
Otto has been involved in many data centre projects including new-build, renovation and migration. One of his main goals when running his data centre operations was a tight security policy. All his data centres complied with ISO 27001 and the PCI DSS standard, and a number also complied with SAS 70. He introduced an environmental approach to realise a reduction of 20%-30% in power consumption. Otto has set up and trained data centre staff to form a lean but well-oiled team to ensure a maximum operational efficiency with a Rated-4 level availability.
He was awarded a “1000 days without downtime” certificate by one of the largest oil companies in the world. He is a well sought-after speaker in the industry.
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