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Data Centers: The Impact of Generative AI on Data Center Design, Demand, and Economics

with experts from CreditSights and Vertiv

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Event Details

Tuesday, July 23rd
Live Webinar

Event Details

10:00 a.m. EDT / 3:00 p.m. BST / 4:00 p.m. CEST

Explore how generative AI is impacting data center design, demand dynamics, power requirements, and build economics. Sign up for a live webinar with  Erick Vega, Senior Telecom Infrastructure Analyst, and Peter Panfil, Vice President of Global Power at Vertiv.

You’ll have a chance to connect directly with the experts and get your questions answered.

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Erick Vega, CFA

Senior Analyst, Telecom Infrastructure

Erick joined the TMT team at CreditSights in May 2022 with a focus on the Americas IG/HY Telecom sector. Before joining, Erick served as a credit analyst at SCOR Investment Partners, credit officer and private banker at Brown Brothers Harriman. In 2014, Erick received his B.S. in Management from Boston College with a concentration in Finance. Erick is a CFA charterholder and a member of CFA Society New York.

Peter A. Panfil

Vice President of Global Power

Peter leads strategic customer development for the Vertiv power business. He is skilled at solving customer challenges with the latest power and control technologies delivering availability, scalability, and efficiency levels to meet diverse customer and sustainability needs. Peter has deep knowledge in power solutions to support the unique needs of AI applications, and he is an advocate of the “Bring Your Own Power” approach to solving utility dependence issues. With more than 30 years in the critical infrastructure space, he has held executive positions including VP Engineering and VP/GM AC Power prior to his current responsibilities. He is a frequent presenter and spokesperson for industry trade shows, conferences and media outlets serving the IT, facilities and engineering industry, and a published author via his contribution to the 2024 book “Greener Data Vol. 2”.