Today, as in year’s past, energy efficiency in the data center remains a primary focus within the industry and, despite much attention and great strides being made, the quest to find ways to increase energy efficiency remains paramount. Because of this critical need to improve energy efficiency, industry executives are looking for new avenues and technologies to meet the ongoing challenge. Organizations can no longer afford to simply throw money at their data centers by buying more storage and equipment.
In addition to the strong focus on energy efficiency, reliability, modularity, scalability and security represent key areas that are receiving a great deal of attention and efforts for improvement.
For the past several years, industry executives have been able to turn to the Global
Strategic Management Institute’s (GSMI) Green Data Center Conferences as trusted events where they are sure to gather information and answers on the latest trends, top innovations and important developments in the data center sphere and GSMI’s Green Data Center Conference – Dallas will be no exception.
On June 5-6, 2013, the Green Data Center Conference – Dallas program addresses a full complement of data center subjects including everything from green retrofitting to selecting a location for a next generation facility; from convergence to co-location and modularity; from procurement and design to virtualization and DCIM. Attendees will be provided with actionable solutions that will drive ROI and realize benefits.
Conference highlights and topics include:
• Modular Data Centers: A Substantial Cost Saver
• Data Center Optimized Infrastructure
• Profiles in Power & Cooling
• Super Green IT
• Convergence & Dynamic Data Center Solutions
The Conference also includes four in-depth workshops and plenty of opportunity to network and compare notes with industry colleagues. Join us on June 5-6, 2013 in Dallas, Texas to take part in the most informative Conference available in the green data center space.
We look forward to greeting you in Dallas this June.