International Data Center Day: Planning for the Future
7×24 Exchange and the International Data Center Day team hope that you and your families remain safe and healthy given the global efforts to contain the COVID-19 virus. With the closure of many schools, we recognize that most of the planned activities for this year will be postponed and encourage you to continue events once the restrictions are lifted. After all, International Data Center Day is not just a day, it’s designed to create awareness year round. Additionally, we have prepared a number of educational resources that may be useful given the shift towards online learning. They can be used as instructional materials for classes, fun “at home” projects, and social media projects. Be sure to post your celebration messages on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, etc., and be sure to tag us using #intldatacenterday. If you need artwork or memes, feel free to visit our Co-Marketing Center.
Celebrate International Data Center Day
International Data Center Day is designed to create awareness of the data center industry
and to inspire the next generation of talent.
What is a Data Center?
Everything you do online, from Amazon to Zelda, lives on computers and those computers live in a building called a Data Center…
How do I get Involved?
There are many ways to get involved with International Data Center Day from hosting an event, providing educational resources, sponsorship and much more…
What is our Mission?
International Data Center Day connects our industry with future generations to ensure continuous support for years to come…
Educational Resources and Information
Use these educational resources to prepare elementary school students for new technology and a brighter future.
Invest in the future of our high school students by introducing them to a field where they can find themselves moving toward a cool career.
Get more information on college programs and technology systems they will encounter when pursuing a data center career.
Data Centers Worldwide
Job Growth Through 2024
Smart Devices in Use by 2025