Top speakers from 2017
Facebook plans $750 million Huntsville, Alabama data center
Opening in two years
'Sharka' plans $500m data center in Midlothian, Texas
Yet another secret development
Digital Realty opens data center in a former Toronto Star printing plant
The project was started by DuPont Fabros – which was acquired by Digital Realty in 2017
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DCD and Uptime Institute announce content partnership
will see the two organizations collaborate on more than two dozen data center infrastructure events worldwide.
Canada’s CTO, top execs to talk Canada 4.0 at Toronto event
Google, Microsoft, HPE, Intel, Equinix, CenturyLink, Accenture Cloud now join digital transformation keynote roundtable at Connected Canada 4.0 conference, December 14
Canada’s CIO to keynote DCD’s Toronto conference
Alex Benay to address national data center, telecom, and cloud infrastructure conference on digital transformation
Data centers fly up into the Canadian cloud
Clean cheap power, data sovereignty, fiber all mark DCD’s annual all-Canada IT and cloud transformation event in Toronto this Fall
About This Conference
The enterprise, colo, cloud, and telco data center and network infrastructure transformation summit
The transformation underway in Canada’s digital economy has to accommodate Canada’s vast size and reliance on many smaller, but nonetheless, world-class enterprises. The mission-critical data center, telecom, and cloud infrastructure underpinning this rapid change is explored in depth here.
This event brings together senior-level business executives and technology and engineering professionals who are the decision-makers accountable for designing, building, managing and operating the full infrastructure ecosystem that makes business transformation possible.
This conference is designed to tackle both the strategic and operational challenges posed by the relentless barrage of new, disruptive business drivers impacting all enterprises.
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105 Princes' Blvd, Toronto, ON M6K 3C3, Canada
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HOW WE USE YOUR PERSONAL DATA TO IMPROVE THE EVENT EXPERIENCE
Networking is fundamental to getting the most out of your event experience. Your time is valuable and making sure that you meet the right people is vital, so we have developed new curated meeting features at our events that include speed networking, hosted roundtables and 1-2-1 meetings.
In the run-up to the event we may make 1-2-1 Introductions via email to carefully selected vendors for this event only, who match your buyer profile, as indicated in the registration process (these are technology areas you are investing in, new projects you are working on etc.....).
We take new data sovereignty laws very seriously, however do not want them to impact the quality of the events we are able to deliver, especially these networking features. We fund your free place at this event through the various sponsored networking functions, and are only able to do this if you are opted-in to receive communications from DCD and our sponsors.