Leader in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software brings digital twin tech benefits to the network edge
Future Facilities, industry leader in purpose-built Digital Twin and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software for data center design, operations, and electronics equipment, announced today that it has joined Vapor IO’s Kinetic Edge Alliance (KEA). The KEA is an alliance of industry-leading companies collaborating to make designing, deploying and operating edge computing easy. Vapor IO’s Kinetic Edge architecture is the first fully-integrated hardware and software system for edge colocation, exchange, and networking services. As an industry working group, Future Facilities joining the KEA affirms that the network will have access to their industry-leading thought leadership in data center design and operation software linking edge computing stakeholders to their highly specialized expertise.
Future Facilities will actively work with members of the KEA ecosystem to bring end-to-end solutions that improve performance and reliability, ultimately showcasing the benefits of edge computing. With Future Facilities’ CFD software, edge data centers can use 3D virtual replicas, or digital twins, of their entire data center ecosystem to connect stakeholders, streamline the deployment process, and safeguard IT.
“We are thrilled to welcome Future Facilities to the KEA. As an industry alliance tasked with bringing order to the data center, cloud, telecom and edge computing landscape, we see Future Facilities’ leadership in CFD software as an important capability that can dramatically accelerate the deployment of successful edge environments,” said Matt Trifiro, CMO at Vapor IO. “Our goal is to accelerate edge adoption by making it fast and economical to deploy edge environments and companies like Future Facilities help move the industry in this direction.”
“This is an opportunity to enable more edge data centers and to maximize their capacity, helping members of the edge ecosystem get the most out of their offerings. We look forward to working with the KEA community to build the next generation of edge computing,” said Robert Schmidt, Director of Client Innovation at Future Facilities. “Our simulation software allows operators to understand how their digital infrastructure will function in the real world. Companies can use our software to optimize hardware layout, power, and cooling. As data centers become more automated, digital twins are and will be absolutely critical.”
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