DataGryd CEO to Speak at Interop New York on “What’s Next in Data Centers”

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- DataGryd, a leader in green urban data center design, today announced its participation in this year’s Interop New York. On Wednesday at the event, DataGryd CEO and Principal, Peter Feldman, will join a panel of industry professionals to discuss “What’s Next in Data Centers.”

With Network Computing editor Mike Fratto as moderator, leaders in the industry will discuss technologies that will be used in data centers over the next 12-18 months, and how they can be leveraged to achieve greater efficiency. Panelists will cover topics including power usage (conservation, generation, and distribution), economical cooling in urban areas, prime locations for data centers, and future data center demands dictated by IT processing that managers should be aligned with.

“Interop provides in-depth education and hands-on access to the latest technology,” said Interop General Manager, Jennifer Jessup. “We are pleased that DataGryd’s Peter Feldman will be a part of this year’s data center track at Interop New York, contributing to such an important topic as the future of data centers. The sessions in this track allow attendees to walk away feeling confident about next steps in data center planning and implementation.”

Peter Feldman has over 20 years of experience in data center development, management, and design, with expertise in green energy. He led the recent comprehensive infrastructure retrofit of the DataGryd facility in Manhattan, engineering a MicroGryd™ shell to reduce overall power consumption by up to 30 percent and deliver significant reductions in energy usage and operating costs for customers.

“I’m looking forward to this opportunity at Interop to dialogue with experts in the data center space on the technologies we should be implementing in our facilities – and other factors that will contribute to their successful operation,” said DataGryd CEO and Principal, Peter Feldman. “With data traffic continuing to multiply daily, it’s important for data center operators to stay in touch with the most energy-efficient ways to handle the data, and the power required to manage it.”

To learn more about DataGryd, and generating data center power in an energy-efficient manner, stop by the Javits Center room 1E07 on Wednesday, October 3 at 2:15 p.m. to hear the “What’s Next in Data Centers” panel. Feldman will be joined by John Roese of Verne Global, and Jeff Monroe of Huawei Technologies.

About DataGryd LLC

DataGryd is a leader in green urban data center design, meeting the increasing demands for data processing and data storage centers in New York’s urban market, while minimizing the amount of power required from the grid. The multi-floor facility at 60 Hudson Street in New York City spans nearly a quarter-million square feet, and will receive LEED and Energy Star certifications once in operation. A cutting-edge onsite cogeneration plant, designed under strict EPA guidelines, can reduce overall power consumption by 30 percent – and should significantly decrease energy usage and operating costs for customers. DataGryd was founded in 2012 and is privately held. For more information, please visit

About Interop®

Interop® delivers engaging experiences for IT professionals across the globe. Through in-depth education, community, news, real-world demonstrations and hands-on access to the latest technology, Interop serves as an unbiased source of learning and connection for IT pros, helping them drive business success and build for the future. The flagship event, Interop Las Vegas, is held each spring, with additional events in New York, Mumbai and Tokyo. Interop is a cornerstone in the UBM TechWeb family of global brands attracting tens of thousands of IT professionals each year. For more information, visit

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Source: DataGryd LLC