As part of the lineup of exciting virtual events taking place this Fall, Gen-Z is pleased to be participating in the Datacenter Dynamics (DCD) San Francisco conference — virtually, of course.
How are AI, IoT, and edge computing impacting data processing and memory management? In a fireside chat, Kurtis Bowman, Gen-Z Consortium president, and Tim Symons, Marketing Work Group co-chair, will discuss the missing ingredient in solving processing and power management challenges resulting from demanding applications and an overwhelming tsunami of data.
The ability to execute time-sensitive analysis from big data requires a new processing solution. Centralized servers stacked in racks result in underutilized, stranded resources and concentrated power and cooling requirements. Our Gen-Z representatives will explore all aspects of this latest challenge and explain the benefits of disaggregation.
The chat — followed by a live Q&A session — will take place Friday, October 16 at 12:00 pm PST and is free to attend. Register now to reserve your seat at this free event!