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KNOWLEDGE & NETWORKING FOR PEOPLE WHO DESIGN BUILD & OPERATE DATACENTER FACILITIES


Calendar 2009


The DatacenterDynamics Global Conference and Expo series is the leading source of information and the largest gathering of professionals involved in the design, construction and operation of 24/7 mission critical facilities in the world’s top business cities.


This unique blend of single market specialization and fi rst class event delivery makes DatacenterDynamics an unrivalled platform for vendors of products and services to datacenter markets across Europe and the Americas to reach the right people in an ideal environment.


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For more information and to register visit www.datacenterdynamics.com LOCATION


DATE


LONDON SUMMIT MILAN PARIS


MADRID


JOHANNESBURG MOSCOW


LONDON (2 DAY) AMSTERDAM DUBAI


FRANKFURT


AWARDS (LONDON) PARIS SUMMIT


LOCATION NEW YORK


WASHINGTON


SAN FRANCISCO SEATTLE ATLANTA TORONTO SÃO PAULO CHICAGO


MEXICO CITY DALLAS


“I know of no other trade show in the mission critical space that is as focused, and provides executives a time effective solution to become updated and network with their peers.”


Dr Kenneth L.Uhlman ,Eaton, Director, Datacenter Business Development ‘This show offers a very focused audience. The attendees are the right people. The


people that come to the show are the decision makers within their facilities, so I think it is a very quick and compact way to meet the right people within the data center space.’ Calvin Nicholson, Marketing Manager, Server Technology


‘DCD is the ultimate forum for the end user to meet with the vendor to discuss long- term data center strategies.’


Jakob Carnemark, Senior Vice President, Skanska


APRIL 1 APRIL 28 MAY 27 JUNE 23


SEPTEMBER 8 SEPTEMBER 15


NOVEMBER 10 - 11 NOVEMBER 24 NOVEMBER 24 NOVEMBER 30 DECEMBER 15


DECEMBER 9 TBC DATE


MARCH 4 APRIL 21 JULY 17


AUGUST 6 TBC


SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER OCTOBER 1 OCTOBER 20 OCTOBER 28 DECEMBER 10


VENUE


Royal Lancaster Hotel Fiera Milano Congressi


Le Palais des Congrès de Paris Palacio de Congresos de Madrid Sandton Convention Center Raddison SAS


Royal Lancaster Hotel


NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Jumeirah Beach Hotel Marriot Hotel


Royal Lancaster Hotel Venue to be confi rmed


VENUE Hilton New York


Marriot Renaissance Hotel Hilton San Francisco Hilton Bellevue


Venue to be confi rmed Venue to be confi rmed WTC Convention Center Hilton Chicago


Melia Mexico Reforma Hotel Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel * We are currently confi rming dates for 2009 events, more information will be released throughout the year. Please check our website or contact our offi ces for more details.


It’s a focused event with great customers. It’s a good audience. We like the one-day event, we like the mulitple tracks they have for the various presentations. It covers a lot of different technologies, industry trends and products.’ Herb Villa, Field Technical Manager, Rittal


If you’re in the datacentre industry, unless you want to live a very insulated and isolated life, you’ve got to come to an event like DatacenterDynamics – you can’t read it in text books. It’s the premier event.’


Ed Ansett, Managing Director, EYP Mission Critical Facilities


‘DCD has always had a very good blend of what we have to talk about right now, what we will be talking about next year, and what we should be talking about 5 years from now. It’s that wide blend over a whole stack of things that really brings us back to DCD every year.’


James Dow, CTO, CS Technology


AMERICAS


EMEA


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