Events

The Green Grid hosts events and forums to further the dialog on data center resource efficiency, and actively participates in key industry events.


Participate in The Green Grid Events:

May 18-19

Global Technical Committee Summit

Date/Time: May 18-19, 2016


Are you interested in playing an instrumental role in driving effective and accountable resource efficiency across the entire ICT ecosystem? Have you been looking for a way to get involved in The Green Grid and participate in influential regional and global technical projects? We welcome and encourage you to attend the Global Technical Committee Summit on May 18-19, 2016 at George Washington University’s Virginia Science and Technology Campus (just outside of Washington, DC).

By participating in the Global Technical Committee, you will play an instrumental role in improving IT resource efficiency in the industry. At the GTC Summit, you will be able to build key business relationships, learn ways your company can improve efficiency, and further position your company as a thought leader. We would appreciate your involvement in key projects!

June 6

Roundtable: Key Challenges Impacting Data Center Energy and Resource Efficiency

Date: June 6, 2016
Time: 10:00 CET / 09:00 BST







Join The Green Grid EMEA leadership team in a virtual roundtable discussing its latest research into European data center usage.

June 24

Data Center Technical Study Meeting in Japan

Date: June 24, 2016
Time: 18:00 - 21:00
Location: MAGZY Coffee & Wine



July 27

TGG Japan Forum (the 8th)

Date: July 27, 2016
Time: 13:00 - 20:00 p.m.
Location: Happo-en, Tokyo
 
The Green Grid Japan Forum will be held on July 27, 2016 at Happo-en in Tokyo. The event is open to both members of The Green Grid and non-members who were interested in The Green Grid activities and issues around sustainability and resource efficiency for data centers. Members-only registration will open beginning of June.



 

Meet representatives from The Green Grid at upcoming industry conferences:

June 28-29

Open Data Center Alliance - Forecast2016(TM)

Date: June 28-29, 2016
Location: Seattle, Washington






Join The Green Grid’s Roger Tipley for a discussion about "What Color is Your Cloud?" In this session, Roger will explore how the sustainability effects of cloud deployment have come under increasing scrutiny as companies place a greater emphasis on driving effective and accountable resource efficiency across the ICT ecosystem. This session will emphasize the importance of requiring cloud providers to deliver transparent and standardized KPI data to demonstrate real sustainability across a range of tailored metrics.

Meet representatives from The Green Grid at upcoming industry conferences:

MAY
24

Unleashing Innovation: The New Open Standard for Data Center Availability

May 24, 2016

Webcast

Session: Unleashing Innovation: The New Open Standard for Data Center Availability

Speaker:

The Green Grid’s upcoming Open Standard for Data Center Availability (OSDA) is a new metric that promises to modernize data center tier classification, similar to how PUE modernized data center power usage.

The Green Grid began development of the new metric because today’s modern data centers require a dynamic availability model that will allow the information and communications technology (ICT) industry to continue embracing data center innovation while driving toward new levels of sustainability and energy efficiency.

In this webcast, Lex Coors and Rob Bunger introduced OSDA and explained how it will drive the key availability requirements of existing and future data centers. They also discussed how today’s fast-moving ICT industry has a continuous need for dynamically changing designs and power sources – and the ways OSDA will allow for related data center innovations.


MAY
24

Unleashing Innovation: The New Open Standard for Data Center Availability

May 24, 2016

Webcast

Session: Unleashing Innovation: The New Open Standard for Data Center Availability

Speaker: Lex Coors & Rob Bunger

The Green Grid’s upcoming Open Standard for Data Center Availability (OSDA) is a new metric that promises to modernize data center tier classification, similar to how PUE modernized data center power usage.

The Green Grid began development of the new metric because today’s modern data centers require a dynamic availability model that will allow the information and communications technology (ICT) industry to continue embracing data center innovation while driving toward new levels of sustainability and energy efficiency.

In this webcast, Lex Coors and Rob Bunger introduced OSDA and explained how it will drive the key availability requirements of existing and future data centers. They also discussed how today’s fast-moving ICT industry has a continuous need for dynamically changing designs and power sources – and the ways OSDA will allow for related data center innovations.


MAY
24

Unleashing Innovation: The New Open Standard for Data Center Availability

May 24, 2016

Webcast

Session: Unleashing Innovation: The New Open Standard for Data Center Availability

Speaker: Lex Coors and Rob Bunger

The Green Grid’s upcoming Open Standard for Data Center Availability (OSDA) is a new metric that promises to modernize data center tier classification, similar to how PUE modernized data center power usage.

The Green Grid began development of the new metric because today’s modern data centers require a dynamic availability model that will allow the information and communications technology (ICT) industry to continue embracing data center innovation while driving toward new levels of sustainability and energy efficiency.

In this webcast, Lex Coors and Rob Bunger introduced OSDA and explained how it will drive the key availability requirements of existing and future data centers. They also discussed how today’s fast-moving ICT industry has a continuous need for dynamically changing designs and power sources – and the ways OSDA will allow for related data center innovations.

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