7X24 Exchange Conference Coming to Phoenix

Exploring the theme “Vision: From Idea to Impact,” the 7X24 Exchange Conference will convene its fall meeting on November 11-14 at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix. The conference is targeted toward those who design, build, operate and maintain mission-critical enterprise information infrastructures, and 7×24 Exchange’s organizational goal is to improve end-to-end reliability by promoting dialogue among these groups.

This year’s conference keynote is Zanny Minton-Beddoes, Economics Editor for The Economist and former International Monetary Fund economist, who will present on “Stress-Testing America’s Prosperity: A Post-Election Analysis.” Minton-Beddoes will examine the economic outlook from the American and global perspective, especially in light of the presidential election.

Also on the agenda are presentations from Google’s Joe Kava on “Google Data Centers: A Behind the Scenes Look at Infrastructure and Innovations;” Intel engineer Deva Bodas and Intel Director, Datacenter Power and Security Initiative, Winston Saunders on “Data Center Energy Efficiency – History and Future” and CyrusOne’s Kevin Timmons on “Designing and Building Massively Modular Data Centers.”

Presenters from other brand name companies include: Microsoft, Facebook, Schneider Electric, among others. Visit 7X24 Exchange website for full agenda.

For more information on venue and registration, visit DCK’s events page.

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