By: Shad Davis, Digital Marketing and Event Specialist at TELADATA


TELADATA, a leading consulting firm for converging building technologies will feature cutting edge technology case studies at the 2016 Technology Convergence Conference (TCC) The conference will be held on February 25, 2016 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Silicon Valley. The TCC is an educational and networking event for building technology professionals involved with data centers, facilities, IT infrastructure, audiovisual, security, workplace environments and mobile/wireless technologies.

Case studies at the TCC will be presented by leading building technology end-users from companies such as eBay, GoPro, Gilead Sciences, Cisco Systems, Samsung, Fidelity Investments, NetApp, Juniper Networks, SanDisk, VMware and more.

“As we continue to experience crossover and convergence of building infrastructure technologies, the TCC has evolved to reflect this transition, from both an educational and networking standpoint,” said Maricel Cerruti, Founder of the TCC. “The Technology Convergence Conference is the ideal event for building technology professionals to learn about what’s relevant today, what’s to come in the near future, and it is an excellent opportunity to network with peers, presenters and industry vendors in our one-of-a-kind Technology Hub.”

Presentation and panel discussion topics to be featured at the TCC include:


  • “The Evolution of Communication” keynote presentation.

Smart Buildings

  • “Samsung SDS Corporate Building Project Case Study”
  • “Connected Building” Cisco Case Study

Data Centers

  • “Water Utilization: The Newest in Data Center Solutions and Strategies”
  • “Data Center Strategy: To Lease or Build Case Study”
  • “Case Study: Fidelity’s Data Center Consolidation – Implementing Capacity in an Agile Way”
  • “Data Center Operations Case Study”


  • “Reducing Power Quality Incidents through Local Power Quality Communities”


  • “Commercializing Strong Authentication in a Post 9/11 World: A Pentagon Case Study”


  • “The Future of AV Panel Discussion”

Workspace Environment

  • “Resolving Density Issues in Workspaces”

The TCC floorplan’s focal point is a technology hub, where attendees can interact with industry venders, and learn about new technologies, products and trends. The TCC will also feature roundtable discussions in the afternoon, hosted by sponsors of the event, where attendees can participate in relevant case-study topics presented by leading building technology professionals. Attendees of the Technology Convergence Conference will receive a continental breakfast, gourmet lunch and free parking during this exclusive event, and be able to attend a welcome reception the evening before the event.

TELADATA has also recently announced that early bird registration is now open for the 2016 Technology Convergence Conference (TCC), with discounted attendance pricing available until January 31, 2016.

Click here to register for the event.

Click here to watch a video with additional information about the event.

More About the Technology Convergence Conference
Produced and managed by TELADATA, the Technology Convergence Conference provides an educational environment where building technology professionals and peers assemble to present and exchange key ideas, best practices, tactics and solutions related to the latest in data centers, IT infrastructure, facilities, audiovisual, security and mobile/wireless technologies,  and other building workplace environments.

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TELADATA earned its leadership position through thirty years of consulting for converging building technologies, involving data center, IT infrastructure, facilities, audiovisual, security and telecommunication projects. As a project manager and advocate, TELADATA guides its clients every step of the way, from discovery to implementation. TELADATA makes a conscious effort to create collaborative partnerships with all project stakeholders, including IT and facilities managers, architects, facilities management firms, general contractors, telephone companies and other vendors, to ensure a seamless transition.

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