Daniel Pope

CEO

Submer

Daniel Pope started his first data centre business when he was 16, which was later sold to Telefónica. After that, he started a long career as a solution architect and as an architecture director and Integration EMEA at Ingram Micro Cloud. In 2015, he founded Submer with Pol Valls Soler intending to change how data centres are being built from the ground up. The aim is to make them as efficient as possible and to have little or positive impact on the environment around them, reducing their footprint and their consumption of precious resources such as water.
The proliferation of data centre infrastructure is causing increased and unsustainable strain on utilities networks, from power grids to water...
The proliferation of data centre infrastructure is causing increased and unsustainable strain on utilities networks, from power grids to water...
The rise of the smart data centre – Daniel Pope, Gloria Fluxa and Bertil Brendeke
Data centres are the backbone of modern society; almost every interaction, social or otherwise, depends on a data centre. As...
Enabling Datacenters that Make Sense
Datacenters represent the nervous system of our society inevitably projected towards a digital future. This transition though seems to need...
The rise of the smart data centre – Daniel Pope, Gloria Fluxa and Bertil Brendeke
Data centres are the backbone of modern society; almost every interaction, social or otherwise, depends on a data centre. As...
Leveraging water to monetise energy
This presentation will discuss how warm fluid cooling and immersion cooling will enable future-proof data centers. This will not only...

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Daniel Pope started his first data centre business when he was 16, which was later sold to Telefónica. After that, he started a long career as a solution architect and as an architecture director and Integration EMEA at Ingram Micro Cloud. In 2015, he founded Submer with Pol Valls Soler intending to change how data centres are being built from the ground up. The aim is to make them as efficient as possible and to have little or positive impact on the environment around them, reducing their footprint and their consumption of precious resources such as water.
The proliferation of data centre infrastructure is causing increased and unsustainable strain on utilities networks, from power grids to water...
The proliferation of data centre infrastructure is causing increased and unsustainable strain on utilities networks, from power grids to water...
The rise of the smart data centre – Daniel Pope, Gloria Fluxa and Bertil Brendeke
Data centres are the backbone of modern society; almost every interaction, social or otherwise, depends on a data centre. As...
Enabling Datacenters that Make Sense
Datacenters represent the nervous system of our society inevitably projected towards a digital future. This transition though seems to need...
The rise of the smart data centre – Daniel Pope, Gloria Fluxa and Bertil Brendeke
Data centres are the backbone of modern society; almost every interaction, social or otherwise, depends on a data centre. As...
Leveraging water to monetise energy
This presentation will discuss how warm fluid cooling and immersion cooling will enable future-proof data centers. This will not only...