Quantum Loophole to Address Future of Data Centers

Quantum Loophole Inc., a developer of first-of-its-kind Gigawatt-scale master-planned data center communities, announced two of its executives will serve on panels at DataCloud USA. The event fosters executive-level discussions on the business of infrastructure and global connectivity.

DataCloud USA is set to take place September 14 – 15, in Austin, Texas. The event connects decision makers from across data centers, cloud, edge, HPC, content, big tech as well as regional and international enterprise businesses.

Quantum Loophole founder and CEO, Josh Snowhorn will join executives from Switch, Uptime Institute, and Schneider Electric on the keynote panel titled, “How is technology shaping the future of sustainable data centers?” at 9:30 a.m. (CT), on Sept. 14. This panel will explore the sustainability concerns in the industry and the benefits of deploying technology to drive operational efficiency.

In addition, Quantum Loophole CTO Scott Noteboom will be joining the supply-chain-focused session, titled “How are we managing the implications of limited space and power?” at 11:55 a.m. (CT), Sept. 14, He will be joined by speakers from Meta, Element Critical, and Jaymie Scotto & Associates.

With nearly every hardware vendor having increased costs by 7 percent to 12 percent since the beginning of the year, the panelists will look at its impact on the industry, on new builds and the new modular approaches developed for faster builds due to scarce supply.

Quantum Loophole reimagines the site selection process for hyperscale and mass-scale data center developments. Its first project, in Frederick County Maryland, is being developed to address constraints in the Northern Virginia market and to provide the digital infrastructure industry with a 10 to 20-year road map inclusive of land, power, water and network.

In addition to the 2,100-plus acre development site, the QLoop network is set to be one of the most robust conduit systems to be constructed, capable of holding more than 200,000 strands of fiber.

To learn more visit: https://quantumloophole.com/