Upcoming Meetings


AFCOM NC Q1 MEETING – March 19th, 2015


Data centers are increasingly becoming the center of the enterprise, and data center and cyber security is following the same path for security departments. 

AFCOM NC will be hosting its “Cyber Security Symposium” for the local data center community at the PNC Arena on Thursday, March 19th from 11:30am – 5:30pm.  Lunch will be provided.

The program will consist of subject matter experts including the FBI, CSO of Lenovo, and technology security experts to discuss how the enterprise can best arm itself against internet security threats.

After the event, there will be a networking event held at the arena's Ledge Lounge, for you to connect with your peers. So mark your calendar and save the date.

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AFCOM NC Q3 MEETING – November 12th, 2014

AFCOM NC had a great turnout at our Fall event, “Achieving Optimum Data Center Efficiency” in Charlotte, NC at historic Byron’s SouthEnd.  Whether you are building a new data center or maximizing a legacy facility, gaining the optimal output is a constant challenge.  Our Fall program consisted of subject matter experts from Facebook, Duke Energy, Google, North Carolina State University, AT&T, Syska Hennessey and Mark Bramfitt where they discussed at length the leading methods and approaches for data center optimization and performance.  After the event, attendees toured Facebook’s beautiful data center in Forest City, NC https://www.facebook.com/ForestCityDataCenter

A special thank you goes to our incredible sponsors for this event - Eaton, Duke Energy, Blackmon Service Inc., and Battery USA -  because these quality programs would not be possible without their support.


 AFCOM NC Q2 MEETING – June 5, 2014

 AFCOM NC had a successful, well-attended Q2 event, “Extending the Life of Your Data Center”in Durham, NC in the newly renovated Triangle Club where members got to enjoy an afternoon of education, networking and fun with their peers and industry leaders. 

As increased power consumption and virtualization have changed the dynamics of the data center there are ways in which the life of the data center can be extended through higher efficiency equipment, optimized air flow, containment, chimneys, new equipment, and increased operating conditions.  Our Q2 program consisted of subject matter experts from EMC, Upsite Technologies, Xerox, Virtual Power Systems, Syska Hennessy and the RJ Kennedy Group who discussed the leading methods and approaches extending the life of traditional data center spaces.                                               

After the event, members and guests enjoyed drinks and appetizers at the outdoor club bar before heading to their seats to watch the Durham Bulls compete against the Pawtucket Red Sox.