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Customers of Intel will also benefit from this sustainability drive, as products are set to become more energy efficient as the tech giant continues its work towards increasing product energy efficiency by 10 times for client and server microprocessors.
Economic uncertainty, chiefly, the worrying headwinds around inflation and supply chain issues, not to mention a lack of clarity about how we will economically exit COVID increase the need for clarity around a number of key questions for data centre operators and their customers.
The disruption Covid-19 forced on all sectors of the economy will continue to impact global supply-chains, as we have all re-evaluated how to maximise benefits through our route to market.
The world is in the midst of the largest remote working experiment it has ever seen, reinforcing the value of reliable data. More than ever before, we need to know where our data comes from and whether or not it can be trusted. We are bombarded with information on a daily basis across the various different communication mediums we use in our professional and personal lives. This news is then passed onto each other sequentially, through emails, WhatsApp messages and other apps and social media platforms, and the velocity is only increasing, particularly in isolation.
Killian Stokes drinks drip filter black coffee. He’s a university lecturer and co-founder of Moyee Coffee Ireland, a Greentech coffee company with big ambitions – to disrupt the industry’s global business model.
True to his Irish roots, on a night out, you’ll find him catching up with friends in a pub – the Old Spot in Dublin is one of his favourites.