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AFCOM's Data Center World spring 2009 conference coverage

SearchDataCenter.com covers AFCOM's Data Center World spring 2009 conference in Las Vegas from the show floor.

Data Center World 2008 conference coverage

The spring 2009 Data Center World conference takes place March 8-12 at the Paris Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. SearchDataCenter.com staff is on hand to cover the event, including the keynote, sessions and other news from the show floor. .


Sun enters the cloud
To provide services in the cloud, Sun Microsystems will also provision cloud resources to create cloud infrastructure.

Cloud computing and the mainframe
A Sun Microsystems' exec compares cloud computing to mainframes

Can you afford data center CFD?
Computational fluid dynamics could tell you a lot about your data center's airflow, but are more affordable versions worth the cost?

Sorting through data center utility rebates
Data center utility rebate programs are out there, but sorting through the details to qualify can be a hassle.

The AFCOM Data Center Vendor World conference
End-user attendance at the show was light, and vendor-led sessions eclipsed those led by users.

Universal data construction slowdown is a myth
While Google and Microsoft have put the breaks on their data center construction projects, not all companies have stalled on building new facilities.

Sun pitches cloud computing to data center managers
A Sun executive made the case for cloud computing, but his audience of data center managers expressed hesitance.

Hot-aisle/cold-aisle and chaos air distribution
Hot-aisle/cold-aisle has become a standard for data center design, but with increasing power loads, it might not cool IT equipment sufficiently on its own.


AFCOM 2008 conference video
Check out video from the 2008 AFCOM conference.

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