Empowering Data Center Growth:

A recent piece by Inductive Automation emphasized the rapid expansion of data centers over the past ten years. This growth was initially sparked by organizations migrating their computing resources to the cloud, and the trend has since accelerated. The escalating demand for computational power, especially due to the advent of AI, has put data center enlargement in the spotlight. The need for increased data center capacity is clear, whether for hyperscalers or colocation owners.

One of the primary hurdles in expanding data centers is the management of significant power and cooling needs. As data centers grow, so do their power and cooling requirements. In the current fast-paced market, data center operators need a building and power management system that is easy to handle, scalable, and quick to deploy.

Enter BW Design Group, one of the largest System Integrators in the US, renowned for its proficiency in designing and implementing systems customized to the specific needs of data centers. They utilize Ignition by Inductive Automation for clients in this sector due to its efficient system management and monitoring, scalability, and quick deployment capabilities.

In a forthcoming post, BW Design Group will divulge their strategies, insights, and best practices for leveraging the power of Ignition in data centers. Stay tuned for more information on how companies are addressing the burgeoning demands of the data center industry.

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Posted by Julius Frago
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