DC/AC Data Center Conference took place this week at the ACL Live - Moody Theater. Attendees were there exchanging insights and experiences about enterprise data center strategies and life cycle management, such as site selection criteria, capacity and migration planning, lease negotiations, and cloud implementation.
Data Foundry was a conference contributor, and the Company’s CTO, Edward Henigin and Cameron Wynne, VP of Operations and Development both participated in dynamic panel discussions with other industry experts.
Edward spoke about the need for data center customers to understand that everything starts and stops with power. When choosing the location of your data center, customers should ensure there’s enough power that efficiently operates enterprise applications and infrastructure while allowing for additional room for growth.
Likewise – Cameron discussed a new trend for wholesale clients who are requiring more retail-level services, such as remote hands, ISP connectivity, and rack/stack.
The conference attendees were given a special opportunity to tour Data Foundry’s flagship data center, Texas 1.
To learn more about the conference and tour, please read our latest post: http://www.datafoundry.com/blog/dcac-conference-2015/#more-5581