AI in the data center: Improving efficiency and productivity

AI/ML enables enterprises to control infrastructure operations at a granular level, with benefits to cost savings, alleviation of workloads and extending the life of hardware.

September 28, 2022

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AI/ML enables enterprises to control infrastructure operations at a granular level, with benefits to cost savings, alleviation of workloads and extending the life of hardware.

Data centers represent the single greatest consolidation of computing capability on earth. They are massive in size, electrical requirements, cooling needs, water usage, and their capacity for storing and managing enormous amounts of data. The pandemic only accelerated the movement to the cloud, as remote work and virtual gatherings became the norm.

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are increasingly being adopted to make data centers more efficient and productive, since even a small change in its operations can make the difference between profit or loss.

This report looks at how AI/ML is being leveraged at data centers, what benefits it brings and what is the main hurdle to wider adoption. It also considers how this technology can alleviate the shortage in skilled AI workforce. The report examines as well various uses cases in verticals such as finance and retail, and outlines steps for data centers to take in deploying AI/ML for greater return on investment.

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