DCD>Debate: Can the industry break the cycle of iterative design?
The data center industry has long relied on iterative design, making incremental improvements to existing infrastructure and practices. And with the supply chain challenge further driving a need for standardization, innovation has moved further into the back-seat. While this approach has served well in the past, it raises questions about whether it's sufficient to meet growing future demands. As technology rapidly evolves, can the industry afford to stick to traditional methods, or is it time for a paradigm shift towards revolutionary design and the data center of the future?
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