Save the date for Data Center World 2023: May 8-11, 2023.
Data Center World 2022
Can Resiliency Reduce Redundancy?
Denise Elliott (Business Development, 3M Company)
David Olds (LEED AP BD+C | Fire Suppression Applications, 3M)
Josh Parman (Chief Operating Officer, Damage Prevention Solutions)
Phillip Tuma (Application Development Specialist, 3M)
Terry Collier (VP of R&D Electrical Markets Division, 3M)
Stephen Pignato (Chemical Engineer, 3M)
Carrie Goetz (CTO, StrategITcom.)
Timothy Hebrink (Senior Staff Scientist, 3M)
Kim Mulvey (Developer- Grid Management, 3M)
Todd Schwarzenbach (Vice President, U.S. and Canada , 3M)
Kiran Khanijow (Director, 3M)
David Mahoney (Division Scientist, 3M)
Rob Hunter (Applications Engineering Specialist , 3M)
Kit Moore (Integrated Products Manager, Damage Prevention Solutions)
Duane Preiss (Portfolio Marketing Director, 3M)
Pruthvish Shah (Technical Engagement Leader, 3M)
Date: Monday, March 28
Time: 9:15 am - 12:00 pm
Pass type: All Access - Get your pass now!
Track: Design, Build, Operate, Control
Session Type: Workshop
Vault Recording: TBD
Audience Level: All
The workshop is designed to be a meeting of the minds in a round table format. We will start with a challenging discussion of Resiliency versus Redundancy. By leveraging innovation and new technologies we can determine if increasing resiliency will increase "up time." We will be bringing industry experts to discuss innovation. Whether you are building, designing operating, or controlling a data center, we will provide you with the opportunity to add valuable input in a bench-to-bench exchange of ideas and share best practices with peers. Our goal is to equip you with the tools needed to make informed choices and decisions regarding design of the facility.
Rules of Engagement: Be prepared to be a part of developing new products for the industry. This is not a company specific forum. This is an industry bench to bench exchange of ideas.
o Spark ideas for innovation in future Data Center Design & Build
o Informed choices to take back to field today