Are we ready for the high-density AI ready future?

The advent of GPUs and high-density computing, gives enterprises across the globe a fantastic opportunity to run AI applications and benefit from the business-efficiency and cost-cutting that these new applications can provide. From automated ledgers, to real-time asset management, to personalized e-commerce and healthcare, the future is automated, digitized, personalized and AI-led.

The challenge, however, is significant. These systems often consume so much power, that typically, there would not be the capacity or infrastructure to remove the excess heat that such high-density computing generates. Are we ready to keep these supercomputers cool and support growing power density levels?

Tune in to this debate to:
  • Learn how to successfully deploy and manage the infrastructure needed for machine learning applications
  • Uncover what high-density computing means for power and cooling technology
  • Support the growing demands of next-generation digital businesses

Speaker Panel

Join our expert panel on this live debate!

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Dr. Suvojit Ghosh

Co-Founder and Managing Director

Computing Infrastructure Research Centre (CIRC) at McMaster University

Dr. Suvojit Ghosh is the co-founder and managing director of the Computing Infrastructure Research Centre (CIRC) at McMaster University, one of the only three datacenter R&D centres in the world. Dr. Ghosh brings a unique combination of scientific and entrepreneurial skills relevant to the data centre industry. He was given the McMaster President’s Award, the highest honour of the University, to recognize his contributions in architecting and managing CIRC, which presents a pioneering model for research ecosystems at the interface of industry and academia. Dr. Ghosh has an excellent understanding of the various funding mechanisms available to research projects, comprising all Canadian government granting sources, and a history and linkages with private investment groups in Canada and the US. He has raised $10M+ for research projects. Prior to joining McMaster, Dr. Ghosh founded NanoSpin Inc., a company to commercialize a liquid cooling technology for datacentres, which he developed during his PhD studies at Virginia Tech. Dr. Ghosh was awarded a $50,000 NSF I-Corps grant and the VT KnowledgeWorks Tech Transfer Challenge award valued at $100,000 to take NanoSpin forward. Dr. Ghosh brings a diverse research and technology commercialization background, spanning Engineering, Life Sciences, Materials Science, Chemistry, and Applied Physics, documented through publications in high impact journals. He has a PhD in Engineering Mechanics from Virginia Tech (2013), and a BE in Mechanical Engineering from Jadavpur University (2009).


Chris Orlando

CEO & Co- Founders


Chris leads business and commercial efforts for ScaleMatrix and its various brands and business units. Focused on both strategic direction and overall execution, he credits his nearly two decades of experience across a broad spectrum of positions within the hosting space with helping him anticipate the constant changes which face this ever evolving industry. Prior to ScaleMatrix, Chris served as president of the Complex Drive Data Center Group for four years, and held a number of key leadership positions within the hosting and colocation industry. 

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Dan Loosemore - Moderator


DataCenter Dynamics