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DCD’s event at the Stockholm Brewery Conference Center in March 2018, will help the digital infrastructure industry deal with rising energy demands.
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About This Conference
We're bringing together leaders from the world of energy networks and from the digital infrastructure ecosystem in one of the world's most energy aware cities for a very big discussion on the future.
The Energy Smart Summit is part of a global series that brings together data center operators and energy providers to discuss how together they can leverage advanced and integrated tech to become “energy smart”. Advancements in software-defined, open source, AI, and highly efficient UPS technologies, to smart grid integration and green power resource, are accelerating the industry towards smart everything, linking the silicon chip all the way to the power station.
With exponential demand driven by IoT, Smart Cities and Big Data applications, there is a growing need to efficiently power more localised, more agile and much more scalable IT infrastructure. How will the disaggregated data center feed off the energy networks of the future? Will edge strategies be defined by energy grids? What are the latest advancements in software-defined power and cooling innovations and how can we secure our critical infrastructure in the age of IoT?
Sponsors & Exhibitors
VenueThe Brewery Conference Center Stockholm
Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2, 118 25 Stockholm, Sweden
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