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Designing, Deploying and Managing Efficient Data Centers

Date: 12th October 2016 - 14th October 2016 Location: Santa Clara - California - USA

Efficient Data Centers

As the world’s businesses and citizens demand more technology and connectedness, data centers and data center managers must be able to keep up. For an end users company, it is an imperative to select a data center that offers a comprehensive suite of solutions, will grow with your business and deliver unparalleled customer service. Investing in IT infrastructure takes careful consideration, planning and research to ensure you make the right choice – invest into your own data center or use trending colocation services.

Join the forum of experts from the top management and learn how to solve demand for more data storage, energy efficient requirements and regulations, budget issues, security challenges, efficient management processes.

Systems engineers, operations professionals, and academic researchers will attend this conference to share their knowledge and expertise about designing, building, and maintaining data centers, that run today’s interconnected world.

Leading data center providers, end-user clients, investors, capital and service providers to the industry are welcome to join the Designing, Deploying and Managing Efficient Data Centers, October 12-14, 2016 in Santa Clara, California.

Featuring an Exclusive Site Tour of the LEED Platinum VANTAGE Data Centers

In its new V2 data center, Vantage Data Centers has taken design concepts pioneered by “Internet scale” server farms in remote locations, and implemented them in the heart of Silicon Valley. The V2 data center is delivering a Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) of 1.12, placing it among the world’s most energy-efficient data centers. V3 is a 60,000 square foot facility that has 40,000 square feet of data center space on a 30-inch raised floor, and is supported by 6 megawatts of provisioned power from Silicon Valley Power. Vantage says it expects V3 to operate at a Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) of 1.20 when using fresh air economization to cool servers, and a PUE of 1.29 when using chillers. As part of the LEED certification effort, the project incorporated responsible site development practices, water-saving strategies, energy-saving design measures, efficient material selection and low-toxic building materials.


12th October 2016
14th October 2016


Chris Taylor – Content
0044 (0)20 3141 0602


Embassy Suites by Hilton Santa Clara Silicon Valley
2885 Lakeside Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95054 United States

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  •  Designing and constructing a new data center to achieve the highest LEED certification
  • Optimizing existing data center facilities to meet PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness) requirements
  • Discussing ASHRAE efficiency standards for new data center and its impact on existing facilities
  • Reviewing must-have attributes of a high performing data center
  • Integrating software solutions to maximize energy and operational efficiency
  • Extending the intelligent building framework to onsite servers and the enterprise data center
  • The role of operational efficiency improvements to the facility or campus hosting the data center
  • Understanding latest tools for data center optimization and cost reduction
  • Trends in data center cooling systems – hybridization of cooling components by end users – best practice examples and latest solutions
  • Effectively consolidating IT operations into a data center
  • Exploring the key technologies related to energy management for integrated data centers
  • What is trending: Megascale data versus smaller network-edge data centers, data center industrialization
  • Cloud domination and its impact on the pricing models for the data center industry
  • Exploring benefits of colocation data centers – building, deploying and managing an up-to-date and flexible IT infrastructure for your business
  • Securing data center infrastructure – response to control system attacks
  • Understanding market opportunities for excess data center capacity

…And more!

  • Data center owners and developers
  • Data center operating managers and engineers
  • Data center planners and engineers
  • Facilities and design/build consultants
  • Academic and research professionals pushing the industry forward
  • Executive commercial and industrial end users
  • Building energy management system (BEMS) managers and vendors
  • Data center infrastructure management (DCIM) users and vendors
  • Commercial building automation system (CBAS) managers and vendors
  • Agencies, regulators and public policy professionals
  • Experienced vendors delivering enterprise data centers
  • Holdings and investor community representatives
  • Technology consultants
  • Real estate managers
  • Sustainability executives

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