Artificial intelligence is having a profound effect on data centers, just as it is on wider society. As demand for AI-infused products and services goes through the roof, the biggest names in the industry are redesigning their facilities to cope with the demands of high-power, high-density AI servers.

Meanwhile, investment heavyweights are funneling billions of dollars into AI data center projects, anticipating that the need for new digital infrastructure will continue to grow. This is likely a smart bet, given that research from Bloomberg Intelligence suggests the market for generative AI alone could be worth $1.3 trillion by 2032.

In our latest supplement, we take a closer look at how AI is changing the data center. We chat with the founder of Paperspace, a company that has been running a GPU cloud since 2014. Now part of DigitalOcean, he discusses how he intends to ensure his business continues to stand out from the crowd.

We also delve into Taiga Cloud, a subsidiary of Northern Data. This European-based firm is looking to capitalize on the opportunity presented by Europe's lack of AI hardware. Lastly, we investigate Cambridge's Dawn system, which claims to be the UK's fastest AI supercomputer, and its plans to increase Dawn's processing power tenfold.