2-Day Data Center Summit Focuses On AI, Cooling, Cabling, Administration Best Practices

Oct. 25, 2023
The Data Center Summit will take place Nov. 1-2 with online sessions covering topics of cooling, AI, cabling, security and more, as jointly produced by EBM brands Data Center Frontier, Cabling Installation & Maintenance, Lightwave, and SecurityInfoWatch.

Next month, Data Center Frontier's parent company Endeavor Business Media (EBM) will present the Data Center Summit, a series of online sessions that will explore a number of technologies and best practices related to data center administration.

The Data Center Summit will take place on November 1 and 2, with webinar topics including data center cooling, networking, cabling, physical security, and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, and other driving industry forces.

The event is being produced by EBM brands Data Center Frontier, Cabling Installation & Maintenance, Lightwave, and SecurityInfoWatch.

All Data Center Summit sessions will run consecutively over the two days; no sessions will run concurrently. Attendees have the opportunity to register for as few or as many sessions as they choose.

Some sessions will be roundtable-style discussions with multiple subject matter experts and a moderator. Others will be delivered by a single expert.

Attendees will receive attendance certificates to document their participation in each session.

Here is the session-by-session agenda for the Data Center Summit. All times are EDT:

November 1

11:00 am—AI: A Growth Driver for Data Centers
12:00 noon—Cabling Options for High Speed and Low Latency
1:00 pm—Choosing the Right Data Center Cooling Strategy
2:00 pm—Fiber-Optic Infrastructure Readiness for AI-Driven Data Centers
3:00 pm—Prepping for a High-Speed Upgrade

November 2

11:00 am—Applying Machine Learning to Optimize Data Center Cooling
12:00 noon—Protecting Your Data Center Includes Physical Security Strategies
1:00 pm—Modular Data Center Modernization for the Digital Infrastructure Horizon
2:00 pm—No Cookie Cutters: Putting Requirements First in Data Center Design
3:00 pm—Designing-In Flexibility for Your Data Center Network

Find out who's presenting, read descriptions of each presentation, and register to attend here.

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