The Green Data Center Conference San Diego will analyze new technology that will not only benefit our environment, but also save organizations money and increase efficiency. Industry experts and executives will gather to discuss the growing importance of green technology and the associated benefits. Corporate case studies will be presented to demonstrate how existing data centers have been retrofitted and new facilities built from the ground up. This conference will share valuable information that can be taken back and used immediately to gain measurable ROI. Attendees at the conference will be presented with information on a wide range of green data center topics such as:
  • Reducing Energy Consumption & Improving Efficiency
  • Going Bigger and Greener
  • Benchmarking Strategies
  • Building a Green Data Center from the Ground Up
  • Retrofitting your Existing Data Center
  • Green Virtualization & Cloud Computing
Speakers include Ron Pepin, vice president of Data Center Critical Facilities and Provisioning at PNC Financial; KC Mares, president of MegaWatt Consulting; Tommy Darby, Worldwide Data Center, Texas Instruments; Darren Smith, IT specialist, NOAA; Karen L Shockley, director, data center for the National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak); Bruce Myatt. director, mission critical projects, KlingStubbins Architects & Engineers and founder of the Critical Facilities Round Table; Ken Baker with Hewlett Packard; Mark Gilmore, president, Wired Integrations; Kevin Ryan, Data Center Solutions,Extreme Networks; and Shlomo Novotny, vice president and CTO of Vette Corp.

The conference is presented by Global Strategic Management Institute. Featured sponsors include Eaton and APC by Schneider Electric. Exhibitors include Universal Networking Services and Future Facilities. Pike Research is the research partner. Media partners includeMission Critical Magazine,The Data Center Journal, and Web Host Industry Review.