The last several months the data center market has witnessed major deals from big players, new economic and regulatory policies, and the ongoing surge in the adoption of hybrid cloud services. These factors are changing the rules of the game, from new pricing models to data center location selection tactics, and investor strategies. Against this backdrop, market research firm Technavio predicts that the global data center market will grow at a CAGR of close to 11 percent between last year and 2020.
Now in its seventh year of addressing these and other critical business issues that C-level executives at data centers, colocation and cloud service providers face, IMN is excited to bring its Provider Forum on Data Centers & Cloud Services Infrastructure (East) to Washington, D.C., June 8-9, 2017, at the Mandarin Oriental.
This year’s conference agenda focuses on four key themes: Optimizing Business Models and Strategies for Growth; Expanding to New Service Offerings and Revenue Opportunities; Cost-Effective Infrastructure Investment, Future-Proofing and Security Measures; and Cost Reduction and Mitigation Strategies. With panels and presentations that will appeal to a broad range of data center stakeholders, including colocation tenants, enterprise firms that own data centers, public and private data center owner-operators, as well as investors, cloud and professional services providers, IMN’s Provider Forum provides networking opportunities and a content-rich platform for gaining actionable intelligence that can help grow revenue and expand business.
From panels that will address the investor segment, such as “Private Equity Perspective: What Does ‘Good’ Look Like Today in The Data Center/Colocation/CSP Market?” to those that will focus on the future pipelines for growth of data center product and service offerings from the “Small/Mid-Sized Data Center Executive Perspective,” IMN’s Provider Forum has something for everyone in the data center ecosphere, including the government sector.
Interested in attending the Provider Forum on Data Centers & Cloud Services Infrastructure (East)? Then you’ll want to click here and use the code ‘DCP’ to receive an exclusive discount.
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