NANOG 60 ATL Data Center Track Update

Owen DeLong owen at delong.com
Tue Feb 4 23:06:55 UTC 2014


Do you really mean “And?” in which case I expect the list would be _VERY_ short, or do you mean “and/or”?

Owen

On Feb 4, 2014, at 1:56 PM, Martin Hannigan <hannigan at gmail.com> wrote:

> All,
> 
> We are planning to experiment with a change in the way "personals", a long
> standing tradition in the Peering Track, are done and in the Data Center
> track at NANOG 60 in Atlanta. The track is being held Monday starting at
> 4:45 and running through 6:15. Instead of data center operators presenting,
> the hosts or a member of the data center community will present a brief
> summary of regional data center bullet points.
> 
> If you operate a data center in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and
> Alabama, respond with the following bullet point answers by Friday.  If we
> can't fit everyone, apologies in advance.
> 
> 1. mW committed from utility?
> 2. mW currently available?
> 3. Any Facility Certifications?
> 4. Gross Square Footage of Data Center?
> 5. Net Square Footage available in Data Center?
> 6. Design PUE?
> 7. Wholesale, Retail Colo or Both?
> 8. Date Active?
> 9. Number of dual routed providers operational?
> 
> Along with this, we'll be presenting short summaries related to recent,
> interesting, developments in the industry related to space, power and
> people.
> 
> See the track agenda at http://bit.ly/1jbZ9aY
> 
> 
> Best Regards,
> 
> -M<




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