Data Center World Global Conference 2014 Recap

Another informative and exciting Data Center World Conference is in the books. The weeklong conference in Las Vegas brought together data center and facilities management professionals from around the world. Data Center World is one of the premier events for learning about critical data center infrastructure services and solutions, peer networking, and a broad opportunity to learn from educational sessions.

Our very own John Dunaway, Director – Data Center Sales, was invited to speak on a panel during the conference that covered Global Colocation Strategies. The panel discussed topics such as coordinating colocation relationships at a distance and market dynamics of colocation across the US and the rest of world. They also shared some common pitfalls to managing a remote colocation environment and ways to avoid them. Our sincere thanks to everyone in attendance and who stayed after to talk to John and our team.

Panel from left to right: Todd Cushing, CB Richard Ellis; John Dunaway, Data Foundry; Jason dePreaux, IHS Technology; Jim Leach, RagingWire Data Centers

Panel from left to right: Todd Cushing, CB Richard Ellis; John Dunaway, Data Foundry; Jason dePreaux, IHS Technology; Jim Leach, RagingWire Data Centers

Data Center World Mixer hosted by Data Foundry and IES Communications

On Tuesday night, Data Foundry and IES Communications hosted a Data Center World mixer in an exclusive suite at The Mirage. A packed room of data center professionals enjoyed drinks and hors d’oeuvres while relaxing after a long day at the conference. Discussions during the mixer covered a wide range of topics including Data Foundry’s recent groundbreaking event in Houston for our purpose-built Houston 2 Data Center. The mixer was a huge success. We look forward to seeing everyone at the next Data Center World Conference later this year.

Data Center World Mixer at The Mirage sponsored by Data Foundry and IES Communications

Data Center World Mixer at The Mirage hosted by Data Foundry and IES Communications