Datacenter Dynamics Outlines 2005 Schedule

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DatacenterDynamics, a leading global knowledge exchange for data center professionals, has unveiled a schedule of 12 worldwide events, which may be the largest series of global datacenter conferences yet. DatacenterDynamics New York on March 28 kicks off this years’ series of 12 educational and networking conferences which will take place at major datacenter locations around the globe. Further events will take place in Mumbai (April 20), Singapore (May 10th), Amsterdam (June 6th), San Francisco (July 27th), Sydney (August 24th), Frankfurt (Sept 22nd), Chicago (October 5th), Hong Kong (November 16th) and London on November 28-29. Events in Dallas and Dubai will also be confirmed shortly.

“The indefinite postponement of larger shows like COMDEX provides a strong illustration that the market has moved towards more focused trade show model,” said George Rockett, Conference Director, DatacenterDynamics. “Certainly in the technology sector, we have found that exhibitors and attendees are questioning why they should support shows which have broad appeal, when a targeted regional or technology-specific approach helps them speak to a more focused audience. With footfall at many technology exhibitions generally on the decline, the expansion of this years’ event program would indicate that niche conferences like DatacenterDynamics is where the market is heading.”


DatacenterDynamics aims to educate and inform professionals involved in the design, build, management and operation of datacenters. Since the first event held in London in 2002, the event program has successfully expanded year on year. DatacenterDynamics events have been held in London, New York, Frankfurt, San Francisco, Chicago, Amsterdam and Hong Kong where they have successfully brought together the leading mechanical & electrical engineers, facilities executives, IT directors & integrators and industry specific vendors whose responsibilities include the uptime of their essential computing resources.

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Rich Miller is the founder and editor at large of Data Center Knowledge, and has been reporting on the data center sector since 2000. He has tracked the growing impact of high-density computing on the power and cooling of data centers, and the resulting push for improved energy efficiency in these facilities.