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Solving the enterprise data center, cloud and edge infrastructure capacity challenge

Coronavirus update: DCD>New York postponed to September 1-2, 2020


The health and safety of all delegates, speakers, sponsors and partners is of the utmost importance to all at DCD. As such, we have taken the difficult decision to postpone the upcoming DCD>New York conference to September 1-2, 2020 to ensure a safe and productive event for all involved.

Registration remains open for our new dates. However, you can also tune into our world-leading conference program - broadcast as 24 free-to-view webinars between March 31 - April 2 - on-demand, giving you access to our expert thought-leadership from wherever you are in the world.

Hosted on our fully interactive platform, you’ll gain insights from our industry experts that include:

  • Joe Kava, Vice President, Global Data Centers, Google
  • Vinay Kanitkar, CTO - Global Carrier Strategy, Akamai Technologies
  • Russell Senesac, Director - Data Center & Edge Strategy Development, Schneider Electric
  • Jason Carolan, Chief Innovation Officer, Flexential
  • Rhonda Ascierto, Vice President of Research, Uptime Institute

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Event in numbers

  • Networking icon 1,700+ senior execs from enterprise, colo and cloud ecosystem expected
  • Conference score icon 87% scored last year's conference programme 8/10 or higher
  • 1-2-1 Meetings icon 96% rated the onsite networking 7/10 or higher
  • Networking icon 1000s of new connections to make and insights to gain

Why DCD>New York?

  • More than 50% of last year’s enterprise audience was made up of Financial Services organizations including buyers from every Fortune 100 bank in NYC with more than $8.7 trillion in assets.
  • Colocation companies that attended last year’s event operate 14,700,000 sq.ft. of data center space in the New York Tri-state area alone.
  • Construction companies that attended last year’s event had in excess of $13.5 billion worth of data center revenues in 2018.
  • Consulting engineers and architects that attended, recorded more than $382 million in fees for data center projects.

DCD>New York is the largest marketplace of its kind in the United States as we strive to meet growing capacity needs

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Key Themes

  • Energy Smart New
    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.

  • Modernization New
    Modernization & Lifecycle Management

    Retrofitting existing data centers to manage modern workloads and maximise capex might be less glamorous than greenfield data center design and build, but for many operators these are priority projects. This theme focuses on best practice for extending facility lifecycle and optimizing operational efficiency.

  • Planning for Hybrid IT new
    Planning for Hybrid IT

    Effectively managing capacity and operations between on-premise, colocation and the cloud is an increasingly complex task that requires new types of risk assessment and skill sets. This content theme explores workload placement and capacity management to ensure cost efficiency and reliability.

  • 5G, Edge, Interconnect
    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 New
    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.

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You qualify for a FREE enterprise pass if:

  1. Your company is an enterprise organisation with datacenter requirements
  2. 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:

  1. Your company is an owner/operator of Colo / MTDC / MSP / Cloud or Telco data centers

You qualify for a FREE advisory pass if:

  1. Your company is a technical consultancy or contractor i.e architect, engineering, construction, design, systems integration or facilities management.
  2. 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.

  • This is by far one of the best events I have attended as an end-user.

    Eric Fussenegger, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
  • Action packed event filled with industry peers and leaders. We will leverage [what we learned] in strategic business decisions during this new-age, bandwidth-intensive digital era.

    Chad Rodriguez, Consolidated Communications
  • The speakers at DCD>New York were a high quality representation of industry leaders. Excellent networking opportunity and great depth of exhibitors. Definitely recommend!

    Brad Norris, Prince William County Government

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