Data Center Frontier Launches Inaugural Data Center Frontier Trends Summit, Sept. 4th-6th in Reston, Virginia

Feb. 20, 2024
Set to embody the in-depth spirit of DCF's editorial mission, our inaugural live conference's theme-based content aims to support critical decision-making across the data center ecosystem.

February 20, 2024 // Nashville, TN – Endeavor Business Media’s Data Center Frontier (DCF) announces the inaugural Data Center Frontier Trends Summit, a live conference event that will empower data center leaders and stakeholders to make the most informed decisions by providing insights on the essential trends impacting the marketplace. 

This in-person event will take place September 4-6, 2024, at the Hyatt Regency Reston in Reston, Virginia.

Through a uniquely curated program of expert-led sessions and structured, engaging networking opportunities, the Data Center Frontier Trends Summit promises to provide a comprehensive platform for attendees to:

  • Learn about the most critical trends impacting the data center industry, from the impact of AI to the growth of alternative energy solutions, and sustainability requirements.
  • Discover cutting-edge technologies and solutions that can optimize data center operations, enhance efficiency, and reduce costs.
  • Build brand new connections through exclusive site tours, peer-to-peer round tables, and robust Q&A’s that will help you navigate the data center landscape and achieve your strategic goals.

 

 

"The past two years has seen the data center industry landscape morph dramatically,” said DCF’s VP and Group Publisher, Janice Oliva. “The relentless march of AI and its associated power demands is colliding with concerns over energy availability and sustainability. Navigating this new reality requires an in-person think-tank environment to discuss these themes. The Data Center Frontier Trends Summit will provide a critical platform to delve into these key trends with the goal of informing large-scale decisions that need to be made now.”

 

Editorial Advisory Board

The Data Center Frontier Trends Summit is led by a visionary Editorial Advisory Board representing the critical areas of the data center ecosystem, including hyperscale and colocation operators and developers, power and cooling, IT and interconnection, and design/build/construction. 

Editorial Advisory Board members for the inaugural Data Center Frontier Trends Summit include Nancy Novak, Chief Innovation Officer, Compass Data Centers; David McCall, VP of Innovation, QTS Data Centers; Yue Tu, Advanced Development Senior Program Manager, Microsoft, and a host of others found here. 

"The Editorial Advisory Board for the inaugural Data Center Frontier Trends Summit brings together an incredibly seasoned cohort of some of the most knowledgeable and experienced executives from around the industry," said Data Center Frontier's Editor in Chief, Matt Vincent. "With the benefit of their expert guidance, we are assembling a not-to-be-missed live conference program that addresses the data center industry's most pressing themes and challenges."

 

 

The Call for Speakers is now open through March 22, 2024. Those interested in learning more about the specific content areas and submitting a proposal can do so through the event website here. Submissions will be evaluated by the Data Center Frontier editorial team and the 2024 advisory board.

For more information on the Data Center Frontier Trends Summit, including the Call for Speakers and to register your interest, visit www.dcftrends.com.

For exhibiting and sponsoring information, please contact:

Capel States

Associate Publisher

E: [email protected]

P: 917-647-6418

 

 

ABOUT DATA CENTER FRONTIER:

A publication of Endeavor Business Media, Data Center Frontier charts the future of data centers and cloud computing, writing about what’s next for the Internet, and the innovations that will take us there. The data center is our prism. We tell the story of the digital economy through the facilities that power the cloud and the people who build them. In writing about data centers and thought leaders, we explain the importance of how and where these facilities are built, how they are powered, and their impact on the Internet and the communities around them. We focus on cutting-edge innovations across hyperscale and colocation data centers in the areas of design, power, cooling, efficiency, and scalability. We dive into the details and take a comprehensive look at the business and technology trends driving the industry, scoping new frontiers in geography, investment, development, construction, sustainability, networks, and digital infrastructure advancements for data centers such as AI/ML.

ABOUT ENDEAVOR BUSINESS MEDIA:

Headquartered in Nashville, TN, Endeavor Business Media was formed in 2017 to acquire and operate business media brands, events, and marketing solutions. Today the company is one of the largest B2B Media companies in the US with more than 720 employees, 6,000 customers and a database of over 12.5 million business professionals.  The company serves business professionals and marketers in key business sectors such as aviation, buildings, construction, dental, electronics, energy, healthcare, manufacturing, networking systems, public safety, transportation, and water. The company has offices in Nashville, TN; Tulsa, OK; Nashua, NH; Birmingham, AL; Sarasota, FL; Skokie, IL; Fort Atkinson, WI; Houston, TX; Independence, OH; Fort Collins, CO, and Overland Park, KS. To learn more, visit www.endeavorbusinessmedia.com.

 

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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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