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Research Avenues for Net-Zero Carbon Cloud Datacenters

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The Azure cloud platform is evolving to reduce carbon emissions by an order of magnitude. This effort is divided across many initiatives, including research on hardware/software systems. This talk will discuss the projects being pursued by systems researchers at Azure, and their expected carbon impacts. I will also talk briefly about the changes to cloud platforms expected in the near future (eg. for AI), and motivate research challenges in this space.

Bio: Fiodar Kazhamiaka is a Researcher at Microsoft Azure. He works on hardware, software infrastructure, and resource management to decrease the carbon emissions and improve the power efficiency of datacenters.

This talk is part of the Energy and Environment Group, Department of CST series.

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