– Jennifer Handshew, Executive Vice President, Media Relations, iMPR, says:
On February 27, The Third Annual Greater New York Data Center Summit will bring together more than 450 leading data center real estate and technology infrastructure executives as well as leading investors, developers, owners, debt sources, equity sources, architects, engineers, end-users and industry service providers from New York, New Jersey and around the nation.
Held at Convene downtown located at 32 Old Slip between Water Street and FDR, the Third Annual Greater New York Data Center Summit will feature educational sessions such as:
- ‘How is the Cloud Impacting Decision-Making on the Demand Side?’
- ‘Trendline: The Public Cloud, The Private Cloud & Scalability in the Cloud Era’; and
- ‘Operations: Data & Data Center Privacy, Security & Redundancy in the Cloud Era’.
Focusing on the cloud as well as data center and connectivity innovations, the event will feature top experts and influencers from the industry’s leading firms, including: Cervalis, Digital Realty Trust, DuPont Fabros, CoreSite, FORTRUST, NYSE Euronext, Open-IX, Hurricane Electric, 451 Research and Sabey Data Centers to name just a few. Forty-five speakers will participate in high-level panel discussions including:
- ‘Trendline: Adoption of the European Open-IX Model in the United States: What are the Opportunities for Developers & Investors?’;
- ‘ Center Financing: Analysis and Review of Private Equity, Technology and Other Debt/Equity Capital Sources’;
- ‘Data Center Design & Engineering: New Ideas, New Innovations and in the Pursuit of the “Model Data Center” in 2014’;
- ‘Data Centers Past, Present & Future: What’s Old is What’s New… And, What’s New is What’s Old’;
- ‘New Jersey Investment, Development & Financing Update’;
- ‘Connectivity Challenges & Opportunities in 2014; and
- Manhattan & New York Investment, Development & Financing Update.
To register for the Third Annual Greater New York Data Center Summit on February 27, click here.
The National Data Center Summit Series, the nation’s leading data
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