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Schlattman Eyes Future of Data Center Industry

ESD Practice Leader for Mission Critical Facilities reflects on the past year and looks ahead to what’s coming up in 2022 for data center markets.

In his latest column for Mission Critical magazine, Paul Schlattman shares his views in “Goodbye 2021, Hello 2022: A reflection on this past year and a peek into what’s coming up.” He says the major focus on supporting hyperscale facilities in the coming year is already underway as plans are being solidified at the close of 2021. He also prognosticates the future challenges of mission critical operations, the expected surge in edge computing, and the robust outlook for multi-tenant data centers (MTDCs). Schlattman is a regular contributor to Mission Critical’s On Target Series.

Paul Schlattman is an internationally renowned speaker and has published numerous articles within the industry to further ESD’s mission to improve society through the built environment.

Contact Paul for more information on Data Center Development or other Mission Critical issues.

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