Over 1,000 of the world’s top experts on data center management will converge in Las Vegas at the Mirage hotel from April 19 to 23rd for the Data Center World Global Conference and Expo. Data Center professionals will meet to address future changes in regulations and codes, along with discussions on data center strategies, best practices and cloud. The conference includes more than 70 vendor neutral education sessions, premium pass sessions and the industry’s largest tradeshow with more than 250 product and service exhibitors.

“We are excited about the topics being covered in this conference that are timely and important to all types of data center professionals,” said Tom Roberts, president of AFCOM and Data Center World conference chair.  “We continue to address all aspects of the data center through specific tracks, vendor neutral education and enduser input.  This year’s conference is bigger than ever and will provide more networking opportunities than ever before.”

Attendees at DCW have access to business solutions, fresh ideas and resources on both the infrastructure and facilities side of the data center.  The Data Center World Global Conference delivers an unrivaled venue for keeping pace in an accelerated environment. It’s the only place you’ll have face-to-face access with to over 1,000 peers and data center experts.  For more information or to register, go to http://www.datacenterworld.com/spring/

Harvard professor James Cuff has been invited to speak as a keynote during this spring's Data Center World Conference. He was recently quoted saying, "data centers are the back bone of civilization. For Harvard, the scientific computing power over time went from core counts in the “hundreds” to more than 60,000 CPUs today. Storage is about 15 petabytes currently." (Data Center Knowledge, January 22, 2014)