Green Data Center Conference & Exhibition Bay Area

October 9-11: Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, Calif.

The Green Data Center Conference and Exhibition (GDCON) - Bay Area will be held at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara on October 9-11. GDCON Bay Area offers data center managers and engineers the opportunity to learn about optimizing data centers through best practices in efficiency innovation, techniques and equipment. Participants will discover the cost-saving benefits of the green data center movement.

The conference includes a full spectrum of data center design, building and management topics.

Featured speakers include: Kevin Humphries, FedEx Services; Jim Borendame, Wells Fargo Bank; Ben Stewart, Terremark, a Verizon Company; Randy Ortiz, Internap;       Jason Shepard, CBRE; Chris Crosby, Compass Data Centers; Eric Soladay, Integral Group; Peter Light, Bloom Energy; Christiaan Best, Green Revolution Cooling; Bruce Myatt, Founder, Silicon Valley’s Critical Facilities Round Table; Mike Bailey, Ecova; Mark Thiele, Data Center Pulse and EVP Data Center Tech, Switch; Leah Schoeb, SNIA, Senior Partner, Evaluator Group; Richard Donaldson, Data Center Pulse and Founder, 6connect; and Tim Crawford, Data Center Pulse.

For more details and registration information, visit the GDCON Bay Area website.


Santa Clara Convention Center
5001 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Hotel Options:

Hotel (1) – 2 miles away with no shuttle
The Plaza Suites, 3100 Lakeside Drive, Santa Clara CA 95054
Callers must identify themselves as part of the GSMI Sleeping Rooms Only
Cutoff Date: 9/10/2012
Check in after 3pm
Check out before 11am

Hotel (2) – 5 miles away with a shuttle
Crowne Plaza San Jose – Silicon Valley
Check in after 3pm
Check out before 12 noon
Cutoff date: 9/17/2012

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