Data Center Dynamics>Webscale - San Francisco, CA - June 19-20, 2017

March 1, 2017 Lynne Dean

Registration is still open! Join Schneider Electric™ at DCD>Webscale 2017, the international event for professionals involved in the design and delivery of hyperscale digital infrastructure that supports the zetta-byte economy.  

This years' event will be held at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis and will kick off on June 19th with pre-conference workshops and keynotes that you won't want to miss. On June 20th, the expo hall will open and thought leadership sessions will continue throughout the day.

Be sure to stop by booth #49 to check out our data center solutions, software and so much more. Don't miss our thought leadership session at 11:40am in Hall 1 on June 20th. Extended session details can be found below!

Title: Why Cloud Computing is Requiring us to rething resiliancy at the edge

Abstract: IoT represents a new age of computing, and it's all about the edge. From personal devices and applications to autonomous vehicles and drones, today and tomorrow's technologies will remain bandwidth intensive and latency sensitive. In order to keep pace, businesses must rethink the level of redundancy of the physical infrastructure equiptment remaining on premise, and look towards the edge. Join Schneider Electric's CTO Kevin Brown as he discusses the drivers and advantages of edge computing and explores the various types of edge computing available today.

Have questions? Email Schneider Electric's Event Coordinator 

 

 

 

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