Data Center Leader
Arup and Chair, Critical Facilities RoundTable
Bruce Myatt, PE is a registered Mechanical Engineer, Founder of Silicon Valley’s Critical Facilities Round Table (CFRT), and Director of Data Center Energy Programs at CLEAResult Consulting in San Francisco. He has over 30 years of engineering consulting experience working with critical facilities such as data centers, clean rooms, semiconductor fabs, nuclear power plants, and DOE’s nuclear weapons production facilities. Bruce has also served as CTO and EVP of The Data Centers, LLC and Executive Editor of Mission Critical Magazine where he still serves as a member of the Technical Advisory Board and writes a data center column "Zinc Whiskers".
Bruce has recently led the development of advanced data center designs for which he has been recognized as Finalist in the 2013 Data Center Dynamics NorAm annual Awards competition and has twice been selected as a Finalist in eBay’s national design competitions for their Mercury and Quicksilver projects. Previously, he led work for LBNL and PG&E related to data center energy efficiency benchmarking, technology demonstration, new construction and retrofit design assistance, and retro-commissioning.
Bruce has been selected as a technical advisor to DOE, EPA, CEC, LBNL, and PG&E Committees focused on Data Center Energy Efficiency, and he has provided data center technical presentations and panel discussions to audiences at several Data Center Dynamics conferences in SF and NYC, National 7x24 Exchange, The Uptime Symposium, Critical Facilities Summit, Next Generation Data Centers, several PG&E Data Center Customer Energy Efficiency conferences, and many other events. He is recognized for his leadership in the industry’s adaptation of data center aisle containment cooling solutions.