Green Data Centre Conference & Exhibition, London

The Green Data Centre Conference and Exhibition (GDCON), which is celebrating its 2nd international installment, will be held at Holiday Inn-London Kensington Forum  in London on September 18-20. GDCON offers data centre managers and engineers the opportunity to learn about comprehensive and applicable solutions needed for today’s ever-changing data centre environment. The theme of the event is “Discover the Future: Data Centre Efficiency and Innovation Explored.”

Topics covered include:

  • Maximising power and cooling efficiency
  • Virtualisation and cloud computing in the data centre
  • Storage efficiency
  • Metering, metrics and measurements
  • Green infrastructure management and operational strategies

Featured speakers include: Tony Bishop, Morgan Stanley; Eric Woods, Pike Research; Tate Cantrell, Verne Global; Gary Cane, CBRE; Bob Plumridge, SNIA Europe, Hitachi Data Systems; Knut Molaug, Green Mountain Data Centre AS; Steve Weiner, Fujitsu; Michalis Grigoratos, HP; Ian Bitterlin, ARK Continuity; Andie Stephens, Carbon Trust; Henry Daunert, AST Modular; Victor Smith, Colt Data Centre Services; and Adrian Jones, CNET Training.

For the full schedule and speaker list as well as registration visit the GDCON London website.


Holiday Inn-London Kensington Forum
Domestic: 0871 942 9100
International: +44 871 942 9100

97 Cromwell Road

For more events, return to the Data Center Knowledge Events Calendar.

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