See which industry-leaders are sharing their expertise at the West Coast's leading data center & cloud infrastructure event
Solving the data center, edge and cloud capacity challenge for future industries
Coronavirus update: DCD>San Francisco postponed to October 15-16, 2020
The health and safety of all delegates, speakers, sponsors, partners and staff is of the utmost importance to all at DCD. As such, we have taken the difficult decision to postpone the upcoming DCD>San Francisco event to October 15-16, 2020 to ensure a safe and productive event for all involved.
Registration remains open for the new dates and existing registrations will automatically be transferred across.
In the meantime, we will be using our digital platform capabilities to continue important industry debate and engagement online. You can view our virtual event calendar here.
Event in numbers:
- 800+ Senior industry attendees
- 93% Ranked the quality of the program 7/10 or higher
- 79% Rated the onsite networking 7/10 or higher
- 97% Would recommend this show to a friend or colleague
Why DCD>San Francisco?
With an economy that outpaces the rest of the US, Northern California's Bay Area is the technology capital of the world. Home to half of the world's internet giants and the launchpad for next-gen industries in healthcare, biotech and transportation - data centers and cloud infrastructure capacity are in huge demand.
DCD>San Francisco brings together the unique ecosystem that has been developed to support the huge investments being made into digital infrastructure that often impacts on a global scale.
2020 Speakers include:
Energy Smart Infrastructure
From future battery technology to microgrids and the latest cooling tech, this content theme provides data center operators with expert opinion and guidance on how to design and operate highly-efficient and highly-reliable mission critical environments that support the next generation of high density IT.
5G, Edge & Interconnect
The data center landscape is evolving fast with 5G and IoT technologies set to ignite exponential data growth at the core and create a “new” edge ecosystem. This content theme looks at how this new infrastructure layer is going to be built, deployed and connected.
Site Selection & Readiness
Access to capital, site selection, energy procurement, and connectivity are just some of the factors that developers and operators must consider when planning a new facility. This new content theme focuses on the work that must be done in advance of any new data center investment.
Building at Scale & Speed
It’s crucial for data center developers and operators to reduce time to construction especially within the colo and hyperscale sectors. This content theme explores new greenfield data center design, construction techniques, framework agreements and supply chain dynamics
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Rich Soucie, VP of hyperscale & cloud services, CommScope, sat down with DCD's Sebastian Moss to discuss the company's $7.4bn acquisition of Arris, what's different about working with hyperscalers, and more
The energetic Bill Kleyman, EVP of digital solutions at Switch, talks to Sebastian Moss at DCD>San Francisco about the company's latest sustainability initiatives, its views on Edge computing, its controversial 'Tier 5' self-score, and more.
Charlie Boyle, General Manager of DGX at Nvidia, talks to Dan Loosemore at DCD>San Francisco about the role supercomputing and AI will play in the data center of the future, detailing the DGX-Ready program in partnership with colocation companies.
Greg Stover, software and solutions manager at Vertiv, sits down with Sebastian Moss at DCD>San Francisco, to discuss the birth of the company, working with colo and cloud, the danger of a skills shortage, and the difficulties of the blossoming trade war
- Enterprise FREE Just 560 Passes Available!
- Colo/Cloud/Telco FREE Just 160 Passes Available!
- Advisory FREE Just 160 Passes Available!
- Vendor $1,175 Super Early Bird ends 08/28!
You qualify for a FREE enterprise pass if:
- Your company is an enterprise organisation with datacenter requirements
- You, as an individual, are directly engaged, as a management or technical professional in planning, strategy, design, procurement, implementation, integration and operations
You qualify for a FREE service provider pass if:
- Your company is an owner/operator of Colo / MTDC / MSP / Cloud or Telco data centers
You qualify for a FREE advisory pass if:
- Your company is a technical consultancy or contractor i.e architect, engineering, construction, design, systems integration or facilities management.
- Or, you provide the following professional services: investment & real estate, IT sourcing, legal.
If this is not you, please book a VENDOR pass.
You must purchase a vendor pass if:
Your organisation provides technology, products or services to the data center sector and you, as an individual work in a senior management, marketing or business development role.
Mark Gaydos, Nlyte Software
This is a natural place for us to introduce some of our latest products to existing customers in high tech and new prospects, to really gain access to those on the infrastructure side who are looking at the latest capabilities and functionality.
Kevin Brown, Schneider Electric
DCD does a great job at putting together an event that enables us to share some of our perspectives but also to be able to get feedback from people
Kushagra Vaid, Microsoft
DCD is a great partner. They have a large presence and a wide audience. They are very well known in the industry for big initiatives and bringing the industry together, so we choose this event specifically to drive our new announcements.