Intel’s Shannon Poulin to Keynote "Transforming the Data Center for a Services-Oriented World” at Data Center World

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Data Center World Spring 2013 in Orlando, September 29-October 1, 2013

Shannon Poulin, vice president of Intel’s Datacenter and Connected Systems Group, will deliver the keynote address at Data Center World Spring 2013 in Orlando, September 29-October 1, 2013. Poulin will cover the near and long-term actions that Intel is driving to re-architect data center infrastructure with the goal of enabling IT managers to achieve new levels of agility and becoming more service-driven than every before.

“Data Centers are increasingly faced with supporting and delivering rapid service,” said Tom Roberts, president of AFCOM association and chairperson for Data Center World. “Intel is leading the industry in its efforts to deliver the scale and efficiency required across network, storage and servers to meet the demands of a services –oriented mobile world. We are excited that our attendees will gain insight on new approaches to delivering that service from an industry leader like Intel.”

“We have a vision for a software defined infrastructure that will help IT accelerate the delivery of new services, make it easier for business’s to enter new markets, and enable IT to get closer to their customers” said Shannon Poulin, vice president of marketing for Intel’s Datacenter and Connected Systems Group. “Our goal is to enable IT managers to orchestrate data center infrastructure so they can provision server, network and storage resources on demand. This is no easy task, but I look forward to sharing more information about how this can be achieved and the products Intel offers that will help data center managers successfully make this transition into a new era of rapid service delivery.”

Shannon Poulin is a vice president in the Datacenter and Connected Systems Group and General Manager of the Datacenter Marketing Group for Intel. In this capacity he is responsible for all marketing activities including the design win process, product positioning, pricing and outbound messaging across all datacenter segments.

The strategic education program, taking place at Data Center World, September 29-October 2, 2013 in Orlando, Florida, will target data center executives and decision makers with new sessions on topics covering data center business models, staffing and development plans, risk assessment, finance for the DC Manager, Energy Productivity, Thermal management, and IT and Facilities Organizational Convergence. In addition a brand new track on Data Center Trends will be added to the conference covering Colocation, Data Center Automation, Big Data, Lease vs. Own, Real Estate, Software-Defined Data Centers, Cloud and Hybrids, and Sourcing and Negotiating.

Mark your calendar for the next Data Center World Conference in Orlando, Florida, September 29-Oct. 2, 2013. For more information on the conference or to register, go to http://www.datacenterworld.com/fall/.

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About Data Center World Conference

Data Center World is produced by AFCOM (http://www.afcom.com), the leading association supporting the educational and professional development needs of data center professionals around the globe. Established in 1980, AFCOM currently boasts 3500 data centers professionals and 40 chapters worldwide, and provides unique networking opportunities and educational forums and resources through its bi-annual Data Center World Conferences, published magazines, regional chapters, research and hotline services, and industry alliances. For additional information on the conference and exhibits, visit http://www.datacenterworld.com.

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