In the developing world of Artificial Intelligence, Microsoft and Meta started to execute testing of a new Artificial intelligence system. This latest system will assist data center operators and the managing techniques.
The role of Artificial intelligence is to collect and analyze data from various data centers and transmit the information to operators regarding any possible security or safety issues.
Meta is researching strategies to reduce human interference in extreme work conditions. After that, the data from the model is passed on to AI.
Artificial Intelligence optimizes power consumption, cooling, and airflow across servers while staying in an extreme environment.
Data centers include electrical equipment which takes power from various levels of energy. Servers that work with heavy loads need water to cool their system.
Sterilization of water is done using Chlorine. 5 people working in the Apple data center in North Carolina were hospitalized in 2015 due to a gas leak at the data center.
Microsoft has introduced an AI that analyzes data from electrical and mechanical devices.
Later, the data can be utilized to understand and forecast issues regarding water levels and power outages.
The data center of Meta is a place where servers of different sizes and workloads operate. These servers have different power requisites, and the amount of heat output and airflow needed are also different.
“Infrastructure team collects all the data from each server and then develops AI models which can allocate our servers and racks in the data centers and send workloads into these servers to optimize [for] performance and efficiency.” — Meta said.
Data Centers Around The World
As per the analytical report, there are more than 2751 data centers in the USA. Four hundred eighty-four data centers in Germany, 458 in the UK, and 447 in China. Out of this, Meta has more than 20 data centers in operation. Meta also has its data centers in Texas and Missouri which cost $1.6 billion in combined cost.
At present, Microsoft has management of more than 200 data centers around the world.