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    Hyperscale data center designs are leveraging simpler hardware, dramatically reducing energy consumption and deploying simple nodes to replace single points of failure. Here at TIA 2016, TIA NOW will look into how we are changing such things as data center vertical integration, and moving towards purpose-built vertical designs. Here with us today is Michael Menefee, Chief Rocket Scientist at Opus-3 and Steve Hassell, President of Data Center Solutions at Emerson Network Power.

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  • Telect, a company that "fundamentally changes the way in which optical networks connect,” speaks about the challenges to cut operating expenses and increase utilization of equipment in data centers. Spencer Williams, Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Product Strategy at Telect, was on the program.

  • Brett Kirby, Director of Business Development for Data Centers at Power and Telephone Supply, tells TIA NOW about the importance of last mile connectivity in rural locations and how data centers play an important role.  

  • Jay Gill, Principal Manager, Cloud and SDN Marketing tells TIA NOW how the Infinite Capacity Engine (ICE) will be applied to products from data center interconnect, to metro packet-optical networks, to long-haul and subsea networks. 

  • Corning’s Manager of Data Center Global Market Development, David Hessong, tells TIA NOW about some of the recent changes between enterprise and hyperscale data centers, and what challenges industry is having as we move to optics for 100G and beyond.

  • Linsey Miller, VP of Marketing for Artesyn, tells TIA NOW why cloud and data center technologies need to keep pace with the user experience that consumers demand.

  • Hyperscale data center designs are leveraging simpler hardware, dramatically reducing energy consumption and deploying simple nodes to replace single points of failure. Here at TIA 2016, TIA NOW will look into how we are changing such things as data center vertical integration, and moving towards purpose-built vertical designs. Here with us today is Michael Menefee, Chief Rocket Scientist at Opus-3 and Steve Hassell, President of Data Center Solutions at Emerson Network Power.

  • Here at the TIA 2016 Network of the Future Conference in Dallas, TIA NOW will explore the impact that IoT and Cloud computing will have on our data centers. Here to talk to us is Mike Capuano, VP of Worldwide Marketing at Infinera.

  • Advanced compute and server solutions are the backbone that support billions of device connections and are based on open standards to help maximize compatibility, scalability and expandability of our communications networks. How are these new server and storage solutions helping telecommunications companies bring their intellectual property to market faster and ultimately help lower operational expenses, increase profitability and simplify operations? At the Dell TIA NOW studio, network operator

  • Each year the data center industry consumes approximately 100 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity. That’s enough electricity to power all the households in New York City twice over - and we’re on-track to reach 140 billion kilowatt-hours by 2020. Here to tell us how we can increase margins by designing data centers with resource efficiency in mind are experts from Green House Data, Schneider Electric and Digital Realty.

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    The environmental impact of data is difficult to see, but some industry analysts expect big data to be the biggest environmental pressure being placed on the world. Roger Tipley, Vice President of Industry and Government Alliances at Schneider Electric and Chairman of the Board, President and Founder of The Green Grid Association, tells TIA NOW how sustainable data centers can lower the impact of data on the environment.

  • Cloud and data center providers are keeping pace with the demand for data but how do you manage and orchestrate your network to scale up or down with the demand? At Mobile World Congress 2015, TIA NOW covered the management and orchestration of the hyperscale clouds with Red Hat's CEO Jim Whitehurst, Red Hat’s Chief Technologist Chris Wright and Telstra’s CTO Vish Nandlall.

  • TIA’s Data Center Workshop covered topics around profitability, productivity and efficiency in the data center including sessions on, The New Economics of Data, New Architectures & Cabling in the Data Center and Cybersecurity in the Data Center. Guest speakers and presenters came from companies such as Google, Microsoft, CenturyLink, Dell, Sumitomo Electric Lightwave and many more.

  • Leaders from Microsoft and Dell tell us what we should know about our data centers, before we build them. Also, learn what technology and market trends are driving the need for high-density, high-performance solutions in the data center.

  • Enterprise IT specialists are seeing the benefits of outsourcing their data center management as everything as a service becomes more available. But how much of your IT should you allow somebody else to manage and what kind of Cloud should you utilize? Join TIA NOW as we speak with David Bracaglia, the Director of Government Services at Henkels & McCoy.

  • What are TIA’s solution sets and how are they delivering value through markets, technology and policy? John Jacobs, Vice President of Membership, Market Development and Industry Relations at TIA says solution sets are important to apply to our businesses as our industry continues to change and evolve.

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