CAPRE Webinar Rewind: ESD, Digital Realty, QTS, Galaxy Capital Partners, Opti Capital Management, Wells Fargo Talk Hyperscale Design, Development and Outlook for M&A [Full video + audio download available]
On Wednesday May 6, CAPRE continued the digital infrastructure industry response to COVID-19 and discussion of opportunities in the current environment with representatives of ESD, Digital Realty, QTS, Galaxy Capital Partners, Opti Capital Management and Wells Fargo. Sponsored by ESD, CAPRE’s Commercial Real Estate Daily featured discussion and debate about data center/digital infrastructure company mergers & acquisitions in the current environment and innovations in hyperscale design & construction strategies. Specifically, the second panel featured Paul Schlattman asking representatives of Digital Realty and QTS if hyperscale data centers are moving to an industrial design. The webinar rewind and audio download are now available. Wednesday’s Topic: The State of Hyperscale Design & Development and Outlook on M&A Activity Description: Against the backdrop of COVID-19, data center executives are tasked with enormous challenges and opportunities. On Wednesday May 6, CAPRE’s Commercial Real Estate Daily will bring all aspects hyperscale design and construction into focus. Experts will discuss how hyperscale developers are modifying their design strategies given the surge in end-user demand, and how COVID-19 has further impacted the industry. CAPRE’s webinar will also cover the outlook for the industry’s M&A activity and what to expect for the duration of 2020. Featuring: * Sponsor Moderator: Paul Schlattman, Senior Vice President, ESD Consulting Practice Leader * Sami Badri, Senior/Lead Equity Analyst, Credit Suisse * Jason Brunen, Senior Director, SCALE & Global Solutions Engineering, Digital Realty * Jennifer Fritzsche, Managing Director – Equity Research, Wells Fargo…
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