October 3-5, 2016 // Charlotte, NC

Dedicated to optimizing data center and mission critical environments

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Registration Options


Expo Hall Pass
$249

Includes entry to the Expo Hall each day, welcome reception and lunches.

Standard
$649

Includes all workshops, keynotes and educational sessions, all networking functions, welcome reception and entry to the Expo Hall each day.

Summit Supplier Pass
$999

Sales or business development personnel from non-exhibiting companies must use this option. Provides access to the conference, meals and networking functions and entry to the expo hall.




I have attended Critical Facilities Summit all three years. I love the high level of education and the takeaways that can be brought back to the office.”

Greg Perry, Senior Mechanical Engineer, Little


Sessions 35

On-trend conference sessions

Tracks 6

Conference tracks geared to getting — and keeping — you up to date


Critical Facilities Summit Exhibit Hall Product Demonstration

High Value Expo Hall

Exhibitor List

Click here for information on exhibiting at Critical Facilities Summit.




 

What impressed me most about this event was the variety of different firms and products represented. No matter the want or need, you can find a solution. The education was top notch. I will be bringing my notes back to my team to discuss implementing best practices.”

John Elsea, Data Center Management Engineer, Clemson University


 

Hotels

Summit attendees qualify for discounted rates at the Hilton Charlotte City Center and Omni Hotels and Resorts Charlotte, located within walking distance of the convention center. Learn More

 

Charlotte Hilton
Hilton
Charlotte Hilton
222 East Third Street
Charlotte, NC, 28202
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Omni Charlotte
Omni Hotels and Resorts
Omni Hotels & Resorts Charlotte
132 East Trade Street
Charlotte, NC, 28202
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The sessions are critical to my learning about how to do my job and what is really important in my field and help make me a better asset to my company by showing me what I really need to focus on, what the expectations of the equipment should be, and, most of all, show me what I don't know but should.

John Elsea, Data Center Management Engineer, Clemson University


Critical Facilities Summit will take place at:

Charlotte Convention Center
501 S College Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

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Convention Center  Hilton  Omni 

Join us for the following activities



Preconference Workshop
Workshop
Monday's Networking Party
Networking
Wednesday's General Session
Session

Great way to meet Data Center professionals truly interested in learning about making their data center better.”

Richard Warner, President, OM Engineering, Inc.




Thank you Critical Facilities Summit Sponsors and Partners.



Sponsors


American Electric Power
ASCO
Duke Energy

Generac
Ideal Industries
Kidde Fire Systems

Schneider Electric
Server Technology



Partners


AFCOM NC
Milldam
Milldam

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