A guide to understanding top-down DCIM, and why it matters
The Ultimate Partner Discovery Experience for Buyers & Specifiers
With more and more information exchanged online, we believe in-person content and networking should be experiential, memorable and based upon individuals meeting individuals.
DCD>Connect | Silicon Valley returns to the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara, bringing together 700 top executives from the West Coast's data center design and construction supply chain, for 2 days of debates, workshops, panels, interviews, demos and 1-2-1 introductions to support technology discovery and day-to-day best-practice.
In addition to our industry-leading content, we’ve also added a host of new networking and relationship building opportunities, so that you can connect with the industry's tech innovators in a 5-star setting, (think networking cafes, open bars and wine-tasting experiences) to reinforce your existing relationships and build new ones.
Why be a VIP attendee?
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What's on at DCD>Connect | Silicon Valley
Industry Leading Content
Including Major Panels, Case study presentations, debates and DCD>Talks
Best-in-class partner & technology discovery
Enjoy 24hrs of cutting edge tech discovery on the show floor, with demos and emerging tech from over 50+ partners onsite
Unparalleled networking opportunities
Including Networking Café's, Business Lounges, Hosted lunches and even an cocktail icebreaker party
Closing Drinks Reception
Wind down with live music and free-flowing drinks amongst old and new industry friends on closing night
The pressure we're under to build faster and bigger means my team is always on the lookout for new technology and partners to get us there. For the last year we’ve had to rely heavily on pre-lockdown relationships. We’re coming to diversify our partner ecosystem & strengthen existing relationships, because truthfully, only so much can be done on Zoom.Mark Flanagan, Group Managing Director, Kirby Group Engineering
We're constantly churning through white papers. Listening to webinars. Looking for case studies on how new technologies are being applied in data centers. But we need to meet vendors face-to-face because we've always got more questions. And it’s not just about understanding the nuances of the tech. It’s about building the trust too.David Hall, Senior Director Technology Innovation, Equinix