The AI Disruption: Challenges and Guidance for Data Center Design

The AI Disruption: Challenges and Guidance for Data Center Design

From large training clusters to small edge inference servers, AI is becoming a larger percentage of data centre workloads. This represents a shift to higher rack power densities. As AI workloads spread, data centre operators will need to shift their infrastructure to meet the demands.

This white paper delves into the attributes, trends, and challenges posed by AI workloads, offering best practices and solutions for adapting data centres to the AI revolution.

Read on to stay ahead in the era of AI data centres.

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