Data Centers on the Network Edge

Sponsored by: Schneider Electric

Focused on:

  • Data
  • Network
  • Traffic

Date: 14 December


Time: 3PM London/10AM New York

With the exponential growth of network traffic slowing down data transmission, companies are looking for solutions to help improve data speed with data centres on the edge. During this webinar you will learn the key benefits of installing micro data centers. The flexibility of these tools opens up a wave of new applications, made possible through reduced latency, increased security and cost efficiency. The Internet of Things, wearable technology, connected cars and smart homes could all depend upon the benefits offered by these edge data centres.

Join us for this webinar to learn about the new generation of micro data centres that can enable the future of the data centre industry.

Presented by

Steven Carlini ,

Senior Director, Data Center Global Solution Marketing and Business Development for Schneider Electric.

Steven is responsible for developing and communicating the value proposition for Schneider Electric's data center segment. A frequent speaker at industry conferences and forums, his focus is on physical infrastructure for enterprise and cloud data centers. He is an expert on the foundation layer of data centers which include prefabricated modules, power & power distribution, cooling, rack systems, physical security, and DCIM management solutions.

Prior to joining Schneider Electric, who acquired APC in 2007, Steven ran the UPS Division for Toshiba International Corporation. Involved with the critical power and cooling industry since 1989, he has been responsible for guiding the direction of many industry changing products and solutions that solve real customer problems or give businesses competitive advantages.

Steven holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Oklahoma, and an MBA in International Business from the CT Bauer School at the University of Houston.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Thought Leadership


  • IT professionals
  • Data Centre professionals