Equipping and running the green data center with AMD & Dell Technologies

Almost all business operations are underpinned by data center services. In this episode of the Tech Means Business podcast, we talk to Dell and AMD about running greener DCs.

19 April 2023 . 00:21:28

Show Notes for Series 03 Episode 34
This podcast is produced in conjunction with AMD and Dell Technologies.

Data centers are crucial to the operations of businesses and individuals in today’s world. The hardware in these installations is responsible for many aspects of everyday life and global commerce. But like every device, each piece of technology in a DC needs resources to build, run, and often, cool.

To commemorate Earth Month, in this episode of the Tech Means Business podcast, we talk to two major players in the data center equipment space, AMD and Dell Technologies. Can these two global players change the ways that data centers operate so they run cooler, faster, and greener while ensuring the best performance and ROI?

In the APJ region, the race for cutting-edge technology is particularly strong: HPC (high-performance computing), AI (artificial intelligence), and ML (machine learning) are increasingly becoming table stakes in competitive markets. Listen in to hear how Dell PowerEdge servers, powered by the latest generations of AMD’s microprocessors are producing tangible business results while reducing carbon emissions.

Today’s guests are Peter Chambers from AMD and Chris Kelly of Dell Technologies.

To learn more about the green features and specifications of the next-generation Dell PowerEdge servers:

AMD’s ecological stance and contributions to lower power consumption are here:

Sign up for a bespoke workshop with Dell Technologies to plan your business goals and help accelerate your digital future:

More about Dell Technologies World 2023:

Chris Kelly, Senior Vice President, Data Center Solutions at Dell Technologies, Asia Pacific and Japan, can be found on LinkedIn:

AMD’s Peter Chambers, Managing Director – Sales, Asia Pacific & Japan, is here:

And liquid-cooled Joe Green is here: