Photo Highlights from Data Center World Global Conference

The Data Center World Global Conference kicked off on Tuesday, with a packed audience for theĀ keynote session with industry veteran Scott Noteboom (now CEO of start-up LitBit.) Attendees gathered at the Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas to network and attend sessions with a variety of facilities and data center management topics. We present photo highlights:

Tom Roberts, president of AFCOM, welcomed attendees to the Data Center World Global Conference at the Tuesday morning keynote session. (Photo by Colleen Miller.)

Tom Roberts, president of AFCOM, welcomed attendees to the Data Center World Global Conference at the Tuesday morning keynote session. (Photo by Colleen Miller.)

David Snead, Internet Attorney and co-founder of Internet Infrastructure Coalition, presented about legal and regulatory issues, including U.S. and international privacy laws, that impact data center providers. (Photo by Colleen Miller.)

David Snead, Internet Attorney and co-founder of Internet Infrastructure Coalition, discussed legal and regulatory issues, including U.S. and international privacy laws, that impact data center providers. (Photo by Colleen Miller.)

The session on "Ensuring a Successful DCIM Project" on Tuesday morning was packed and there was a well populated panel. They included Paul Goodison, Cormant, Sean Nicholson, Emerson, James Sherrin, iTRACS, Mark Harris, Nlyte, James Cerwiniski, Raritan, and Domenic Alcaro, Schneider Electric.

The session on "Ensuring a Successful DCIM Project" on Tuesday morning was packed and there was a well populated panel. They included Paul Goodison, Corman; Emerson's Sean Nicholson; James Sherrin of iTRACS; Mark Harris, Nlyte; James Cerwiniski, Raritan; and Domenic Alcaro of Schneider Electric.

All data centers are local but they exist in a world of global enterprise. This panel focused on developing a global colocation strategy. Panelists included (left to right) Todd Cushing, senior consultant, CBRE, John Dunaway, director of sales, Data Foundry, and Jim Leach, vice president marketing, Raging Wire. (Photo by Colleen Miller.)

All data centers are local but they exist in a world of global enterprise. This colocation panel focused on developing a global colocation strategy. Panelists included (left to right) Todd Cushing, senior consultant, CBRE; John Dunaway, director of sales for Data Foundry, and Jim Leach, vice president of marketing at Raging Wire. (Photo by Colleen Miller.)

Tuesday's sessions concluded with a reception at the Dolphin Bar at the Mirage. Beautiful evening by the pool and an opportunity to catch up with colleagues. (Photo by Colleen Miller.)

Tuesday's sessions concluded with a reception at the Dolphin Bar at the Mirage. It was a beautiful evening by the pool and provided an opportunity to catch up with colleagues. (Photo by Colleen Miller.)

Networking by the pool was very popular. The reception was sponsored by WiredRE. (Photo by Colleen Miller.)

Networking by the pool was very popular. The reception was sponsored by WiredRE. (Photo by Colleen Miller.)