Upcoming Events: DCD, Tier 1, AFCOM, SVLG

The fall conference season is just around the corner. Here's a look at the featured events for the next two months, including events from DataCenterDynamics, Tier 1 Research, AFCOM and the Silicon Valley Leadership Group.

It's mid-August, and the fall conference season is just around the corner. Here's a look at the featured events for the next two months:

August 31: DataCenterDynamics Washington DC 2010: Public Sector Data Centers is set for the Renaissance Washington DC. This year’s focus is "The Shape of Government Data Centers to Come: Legacy Issues, Consolidation, and Shared Services." The event will feature a panel on the evolution of government data centers and an update on the Energy Star for Data Centers program.

Sept. 13-15: The Tier 1 Research Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit North America is at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas this year. The summit is a leading forum for executives in the hosting, datacenter, CDN and cloud Internet infrastructure sectors. Key topics include the impact of cloud computing on the data center and hosting sector and the outlook for investment in the Internet infrastructure sector.

Oct. 4-6: The AFCOM Data Center World Fall 2010 conference and expo will be held Oct. 3-6 at the Mirage Hotel and Convention Center in Las Vegas. Data Center World is presented by AFCOM, the premier data center association representing 4,500 of the largest data centers around the world.

Oct. 14: The third annual Data Center Energy Efficiency Summit will be held at the Brocade Communications campus in San Jose, Calif. The summit is a partnership between the Silicon Valley Leadership Group, the California Energy Commission and the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. Companies scheduled to present case studies at this year’s event include Microsoft, Yahoo, Facebook, Cisco Systems, eBay and NetApp.

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

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