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AFCOM(R) Invites Houston Data Center Professionals to Discuss Industry Issues, Trends, Best Practices
Oct 30, 2007 (08:10 AM EDT)

ORANGE, Calif., Oct. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- AFCOM, the leading association supporting the global data center industry, announced that data center professionals in Houston, an emerging data center hub, will convene to discuss issues, trends, and best practices impacting operations and facilities.

The meeting will focus on the importance of data center management to area businesses, and ways in which the local data center community can more effectively share information and resources. As part of the discussion, attendees will weigh in on the potential benefits of forming an AFCOM chapter in Houston to help facilitate further industry growth at the local level.

AFCOM, which currently supports 27 local chapters in North America, is the only association dedicated to providing education and professional development resources for data center managers.

WHO: All Houston-area data center professionals are invited to attend WHEN: Tuesday, November 6, 2007 11:30 am - 2:30 pm (light lunch included) WHERE: Lee Technologies 3700 Buffalo Speedway, Suite 415, Houston, Texas Conference Room, 2nd Floor (Visitor parking is on the 1st and 2nd floor in the parking garage) RSVP: By Thursday, November 1st to For more information, please contact Krystn Meier, membership services manager, at 714-997-7966.

About AFCOM(R)

AFCOM ( ) is a leading association for data center professionals, offering services to help support the management of data centers around the world. Established in 1980, AFCOM currently boasts more than 3,600 members and 27 chapters worldwide, and provides data center professionals with unique networking opportunities and educational forums and resources through its annual Data Center World(R) conferences, published magazines, regional chapters, research and hotline services, and industry alliances.

CONTACT: Layne Maly, Director of Communications of AFCOM, +1-571-344-1807,

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