The Data Center Podcast is produced by Data Center Knowledge, the leading information source for all things data center. In our podcast we interview technology and business leaders in the data center industry to get to know them better and to ask for their take on where things are going in the constantly changing world of cloud, internet, and enterprise infrastructure, which are increasingly becoming one thing.
Why Ampere Thinks the Time Is Ripe for Arm in the Data Center
Jeff Wittich, who until recently led the Intel unit that designs and sells processors for cloud data centers, joins us to talk about his new gig as VP of products at Ampere Computing, the Arm processor startup founded by former Intel president Renee James that's focused squarely on eating Intel's lunch in the cloud provider data center market.
Romonet to Take CBRE's AR Tech for Data Centers to the Next Level
Zahl Limbuwala, executive director, CBRE - Romonet, joins us on The Data Center Podcast to talk about what's coming after CBRE's acquisition of his company Romonet earlier this year, to reflect on the UK's cabon tax on data center operators, cost considerations for liquid cooling, and Brexit.
Can Bloom Energy Transform the Data Center Industry?
Peter Gross, Bloom Energy's VP of mission critical, says he hasn’t seen anything more disruptive after decades in the business.
What Is Cisco’s Role in a Market Where Hyperscalers Call the Shots?
Roland Acra, the man in charge of Cisco’s Data Center Business Group, joins us on The Data Center Podcast.
Juniper CTO Says His Rivals Got Automation All Wrong - Bikash Koley, CTO, Juniper
At Juniper, Bikash Koley is using the things he learned while building Google’s infrastructure to give enterprises the cloud-native environments they want. In this episode of The Data Center Podcast, we talk with Koley about the technology stack he’s building at Juniper to get there and about his expectations for getting Juniper back to growth.
Amazon Doesn’t Worry This Cloud Startup -- Jacob Smith, co-founder, Packet
In this episode, we ask Packet's Jacob Smith about the company’s business model, its recent project to launch an edge computing cloud service for 5G applications, and why he isn’t worried about AWS.