Instant Data Centers is proud to be a technology provider and industry advisor for AZLoop – Arizona’s SpaceX Hyperloop Competition Team. The micro data centers invented and produced locally in Arizona can support the unprecedented data processing demands of a Hyperloop transport system as well as simplify and standardize the construction process required to support those systems along the route. The Hyperloop system will require high bandwidth communications and rapid localized data processing along the Hyperloop’s route. Onboard computers, sensors, and cyber-physical systems will need to react and adjust to conditions along the transit path much faster than traditional data center and edge network topology will allow. The team at IDC has over a decade of expertise in supporting high-performance computing solutions in any environment and can distribute small data center nodes along the transit path, lowering latency increasing reaction times, saving both money and time.
Simon Rohrich, a design engineer at Instant Data Centers, has been fascinated by the Hyperloop concept after reading about the technology in Robert Heinlein’s science fiction book, Double Star. His broad grasp of technology solutions from a wide range of industries, coupled with a decade of practical experience in several startups, are exactly the type of skills Arizona’s Hyperloop project seeks.
See more about the AZLoop with this video.