Data Center Summit: Expert Insights for Data Center Professionals

June 8, 2023
Data Center Frontier teams with Cabling Installation & Maintenance, Lightwave, and Security Info Watch to deliver 18 sessions on topics across the data center spectrum.
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Data Center Frontier’s parent company, Endeavor Business Media, is hosting a three-day online Data Center Summit June 13-15. The Summit comprises 18 learning sessions covering a wide range of topics that are important to data center managers, from cabling-system design to the use of digital twins and artificial intelligence to make long-term decisions.

Attendees will learn about the systems, technologies, and practices that are moving data centers forward. With technical presentations on topics including high-sped optics, DCIM, fiber connectivity, colocation and the cloud, powering data centers, sustainability and more, the Data Center Summit will equip you with information that will allow you to make informed decisions when planning the future of a data center facility.

The Summit has been organized by Endeavor Business Media brands Cabling Installation & Maintenance, Data Center Frontier, Lightwave, and Security Info Watch.

The agenda includes a combination of hour-long and 30-minute sessions of different formats. Some will be roundtable-style discussions with multiple expert panelists. Others will be single-expert presentations. Seven of the eighteen presentations have been approved by BICSI for a continuing education credit (CEC) toward the renewal of BICSI’s professional credentials for individuals who attend the sessions when they are presented live. Those seven presentations are:

  • Designing a Data Center Network for Sustainability and Growth — Tuesday, June 13, 11:00 am – 12:00 noon EDT
  • Progress on Data Center Transmission at 800G and Beyond — Tuesday, June 13, 1:30 – 2:30 pm EDT
  • DCIM, Digital Twins, and the Evolving Data Center — Wednesday, June 14, 11:00 am – 12:00 noon EDT
  • Power: The Ultimate Data Center Enabler — Wednesday, June 14, 1:00 – 2:00 pm EDT
  • The Cloudification of Colocation Continues — Thursday, June 15, 11:00 am – 12:00 noon EDT
  • Lithium Ion Batteries for UPS; Installation Codes and Standards Compliance — Thursday, June 15, 1:00 – 2:00 pm EDT
  • Cabling the Data Center — Thursday, June 15, 2:30 – 3:30 pm EDT

Other presentation topics during the three-day learning event include “SAFE—Considerations for Data Center Fiber-Optic Network Design,” “Network, Cabling, and Optics Upgrades for 25G/100G, and 400G Networks in Enterprise Data Centers,” “The Readiness of Nuclear in the Data Center Industry,” “Why Physical Security Matters in Protecting Your Data Center,” “Building Solutions to Meet Unique Data Center and Network Needs and Requirements,” “Addressing the Pain Points of the Hyperscale Ecosystem,” and “What’s Behind the Wall?”

You can view the full agenda here.

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Data Center Frontier charts the future of data centers and cloud computing. We write about what’s next for the Internet, and the innovations that will take us there.

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