Meeting Archive:
Mind the Gap: Energy Availability and the Disconnect with Data Webinar


Meeting Description:

There is a significant disparity between the amount of data being curated and the availability and stability of today’s power grids that many CIOs are unaware of. Mind the Gap: Energy Availability and the Disconnect with Data, a report by Northbridge Energy Partners’ Peter Kelly-Detwiler, outlines key issues CIOs need to consider and how to best navigate the varying power infrastructures.

Please join Verne Global for a webinar, sponsored by Green Data Center News, exploring the pressures CIOs face in harnessing the exponential growth in data for their organizations with the realities of today’s power grids. Hear first-hand from Kelly-Detwiler and Verne Global CTO, Tate Cantrell, what big data, HPC and powering your data center have in common.

Details
Date: Wed, May 18, 2016
Time: 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Peter Kelly-Detwiler, Principal Analyst, Northbridge Energy Partners & Tate Cantrell, CTO, Verne Global
 Presenter Information
Tate Cantrell
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Tate Cantrell is responsible for setting the technical direction for the company. He oversees the design and construction of all aspects of the facilities at the data center campus. His breadth of responsibility also encompasses the setup and oversight of operational and security strategies. Aside from his internal leadership, he has a broad range of external responsibilities including client relations and industry-related mentoring. Tate draws on 20+ years of experience in the data center industry. His experiences range from system administration for high performance computing environments to design, strategy and operational oversight during his tenure as Vice President of Technology at Dupont Fabros Technology.


Peter Kelly-Detwiler
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Peter Kelly-Detwiler, co-founder of NorthBridge Energy Partners has more than 25 years’ experience in the energy industry. Peter’s career has focused on the development of retail competitive markets, as well as new trends, technologies, regulatory and market developments, and sustainable solutions that create value in the energy space. He is an active contributor at Forbes.com, covering a broad variety of topics, including the economics of natural gas supply and electricity generation, evolving supply and demand technologies, the evolution of renewables and general trends affecting the energy industry today.