What’s New for Data Center World 2021?
Changes in data center capacity and design that were brought about during the upheaval of 2020 have led to questions about the optimal data center designs for 2021 and beyond. For instance, some organizations are dealing with excess cloud resources brought about by their rapid shift to remote working. Or they’re hurriedly re-evaluating their risk exposure for the same reason. The conference sessions at Data Center World are designed to provide sound advice and best practices for technology professionals dealing with a rapidly changing landscape.
Whether you are an industry veteran or new to the market, the learning and networking opportunities at Data Center World will give you the skills and insight that put you at the leading edge of the industry. Data Center World is your one-stop shop for the concepts, technologies and trends shaping the data center industry
New Content and Speakers aimed to attract young professionals in the data center industry.
Conference sessions covering essential topics like electrical power and data center design to advanced topics like 5G networks and predictive analytics
- More than 15 Case studies highlighting real-world projects from companies like Tractor Supply Co., Banner Health, Facebook, and Google
Career Opportunities and Connections available through the AFCOM Career Center for new and experienced data center professionals looking to establish and advance their career connections
Presentations and demos on vital security issues like leveraging open source, providing colocation protection, developing advanced frameworks, and establishing physical site security
“Startup Challenge” contest that pits data center technology startups against each other as judges determine the companies with the best opportunity for success
Four interactive workshops, including hands-on training in evaluating and implementing next-generation data center cooling platforms
Analyst Reports: New research reports from our market research arm Omdia that will be exclusive to Data Center World attendees