CAPRE’s Greater Boston & New England Data Center Summit

Dec 12, 2017

All Speakers (Compact View | Expanded View)

    Chris Coleman

    Vice President - Enterprise Sector, Digital Realty

    Mark Kidd

    Senior Vice President & General Manager, Iron Mountain Data Centers

    Michael Murphy

    Founder/President, NEF

    Michael Boyle

    Strategic Planning Director, Westin Building Exchange

    Sami Badri

    Senior Analyst, Credit Suisse

    Robert Bunger

    Director of Data Center Industry Alliances, Schneider Electric

    Gabe Cole

    Managing Director, JLL

    Michael Eichmann

    Director of Data Center Operations, Carbonite

    Roger Karam

    Chief Executive Officer, Northern Investment Partners Inc.

    Peter Knauf

    Northeast Regional Manager, Preferred Utilities Manufacturing Corporation

    Miles Loo, Jr.

    Global Lead, Valuation & Advisory, Data Center Consulting Group, Newmark Knight Frank

    Christopher McLean

    Associate - Mission Critical Project Director, R.G. Vanderweil Engineers, LLP

    Daniel Meltzer

    Vice President of Sales and Leasing, Sabey Data Centers

    Donald Mitchell

    Data Center Division Manager, Victaulic

    Rich M. Modliszewski

    First Vice President, CBRE New England

    Kelly Morgan-Szydlo

    Vice President - Services, The 451 Group

    Mark Norton

    Kelly J. Quinn

    Research Manager, Datacenter Trends, IDC

    Mark Sullivan

    Management Team Member, Markley Group at One Summer St

    Adam Waitkunas

    President and Founder, Milldam Public Relations

Save the Date for Premier CAPRE New England Data Center & Connectivity Summit: Join Digital Realty, Iron Mountain, NEF, 451 Group & More

Cloud vs Colo: 2018 and Beyond, Who Wins? How will IoT impact the data center industry? If you are active in the data center industry in Greater Boston, Rhode Island or New Hampshire or emerging regional markets, or looking to become more active, you will not want to miss CAPRE’s Greater Boston & New England Data Center Summit. This full-day summit will be held on December 12 at the Knafel Center, Harvard University in Cambridge, MA and feature 40+ speakers who will offer comprehensive market analysis of the opportunities and challenges. The summit will feature 13 hours of combined informational panels and networking. Participating end-users will represent regional banks and the area’s most active public-and-private sector end-user firms.

Who should attend and participate?

  • Data center colocation, wholesale and cloud customers
  • Data center developers
  • Data center investors
  • Data center debt and/or equity sources
  • Engineers
  • Architects
  • Power/UPS firms
  • Telecom/fiber companies
  • Consultants/researchers
  • Public sector executives
  • Commercial real estate brokers

40+ expert speakers will discuss the most important trends in Eastern New England, including: Analysis of supply-demand; Analysis of new tenant growth: What types of tenants are taking down space?; What is an “edge” data center and how should it fit into a company’s overall data center strategy?; How are operators effectively using DCIM?; How does the cloud impact data centers? What do you need to do to prepare for IoT?; How “real” are Software Defined Data Centers?; How are you reconfiguring your network to support your evolving needs?; How fast does your internal network need to be (10 GB, 25GB, 40 GB, 100GB, Faster?; Analysis of construction costs and Analysis of monetization deals in the data center arena.

Beyond the Headlines: Expert speakers will discuss trends, patterns, opportunities and challenges, including:

  • What are the implications of new consolidators emerging in the data center arena?
  • What types of industry changes might we expect in 2017?
  • How will political changes around the globe impact the data center industry in 2017?
  • What are the new innovations relative to connectivity and data center design?
  • What is the global outlook in 2017 for data center investment and development?
  • Why is there such a huge valuation differential between the “haves” and “have nots” – i.e., scale, cash flow, strategic relevance?

“Great conference, good attendance – the right people. Thanks for the invite. I look forward to doing it again in the future.” — Frank X. Lukas, Ph.D., Global Chief Technology Officer, Devonshire Investors International

Telephone Registration/Questions: Ronnie Niederman | 646-829-7233

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