The Sixth Annual Northern California Data Center Summit

Feb 21, 2017 - Feb 22, 2017

All Speakers (Compact View | Expanded View)

    Dan Madrigal

    Acquisitions – Infrastructure – Data Center Strategy, Facebook

    Tim Guarnieri

    Executive Vice President – Data Center Solutions Group, JLL

    Sureel Choksi

    President and Chief Executive Officer, Vantage Data Centers

    Mark Bauer

    Managing Director/National Director – Data Center Solutions (DCS), Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc.

    Gustav Bergquist

    COO and Executive Vice President, Multigrid

    Smarak Bhuyan

    Manager – Business Operations, Global Data Centers, eBay, Inc.

    Stan Blackwell

    Director – Customer Service and Strategic Partnerships, Dominion Virginia Power

    Julie Brewer

    General Manager, CoreSite

    Jerry R. Bloom

    Partner, Winston & Strawn LLP

    Michael Bucheit

    CEO, I.C.E. Data Centres

    Jeff Burges

    President & Founder, ‎DataSite

    Brian Doricko

    Chief Revenue Officer, DuPont Fabros Technology

    Derek Garnier

    Entrepreneur, Advisor, Management Executive & Consultant

    Jeff Ferry

    Director, Goldman Sachs

    John Ford

    Vice President & General Manager, Intergate.Seattle, Sabey Data Centers

    Cary Frame

    CEO, Polargy

    Svein Atle Hagaseth

    Senior Vice President North America, Green Mountain Data Center, Ltd.

    Kemal Hawa

    Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig

    Paul Hopkins

    Vice President, Colt Data Centre Services

    Kathleen Hughes

    Acting Division Manager – Joint Powers Agencies, Silicon Valley Power

    Bob Hunter

    Founder and CEO, AlphaGuardian Networks

    Jerry Inguagiato

    Senior Vice President, CBRE

    Joseph Junda

    Managing Director, CIT

    Rashad Kawmy

    Director - Leveraged Finance, CapitalSource

    Arman Khalili

    Founder, CentralColo

    James Leach

    Vice President Marketing, RagingWire Data Centers

    Conan Lee

    Managing Director, JLL

    Michael Lee

    Senior Asset Manager, Digital Realty

    Tony Lin

    Director, GI Partners

    Dave Leonard

    Chief Data Center Officer, ViaWest, Inc.

    Miles Loo, Jr.

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

    Dave Meadows

    Director of Industry, Standards and Technology, Stulz

    Jeffrey Moerdler

    Partner, Mintz Levin

    Sebastian Lykke Moller

    Investment Manager, Invest in Denmark

    Emily Gooding Naughton

    Associate, Greenberg Traurig, LLP

    Robert Neave

    Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Product Management, Nlyte Software

    Jason O’Conaill

    Client Partner – International Markets, Infinity SDC Limited

    Ken Parent

    Chief Executive Officer, CentralColo

    Jon Paulsen

    Senior VP, DCI Technology Holdings, LLC

    Christian Pedersen

    Director of Global Alliances, CenturyLink

    John Regan

    Vice President - Data Center Division, Carter Validus Advisors

    Justin Reilly

    Senior Vice President, Colliers International

    Raul Saavedra

    Executive Vice President, JLL

    John Sheputis

    President, Infomart Data Centers

    Chris Sumter

    Executive Managing Director - Western Region Lead, Data Center Consulting Group Newmark Grubb Knight Frank

    Jabez Tan

    Research Director, Data Centre Infrastructure – San Francisco, Structure Research

    Miroslav Tenkl

    Director – West Coast Operations, Czech Invest

    Spencer Viernes

    Founder and Managing Member at Viernes ESQ; CEO and Co-Founder at InPerson

    Mark Walker

    Senior Vice President, Acquisitions & Investments, Digital Realty

    Aaron Wangenheim

    Chief Operating Officer, T5 Data Centers

    Jeffrey West

    Director of Data Center Research, CBRE

    Travis Wright

    Site Director – Irving and Fort Worth, QTS Data Centers

Join Vantage Data Centers, Facebok, DFT, CentralColo, RagingWire; 400+ Expected on February 21-22 in San Francisco

If you are active in the data center industry or looking to become more active, you will not want to miss The Sixth Annual Northern California Data Center Summit.  This two-day conference will be held on February 21-22, 2017 at The St. Francis Yacht Club in San Francisco and feature 60+ speakers who will offer comprehensive market analysis of the opportunities and challenges. The Sixth Annual Northern California Data Center Summit  will feature 13  hours of combined informational panels and networking. Participating end-users will represent leading financial institutions and the region’s most active firms. More than 2,000 senior-level industry executives have attended the summit over the last five years.

Join leaders in the San Francisco/Silicon Valley data center markets for important discussion, debate and networking on February 21-22. The Sixth Annual Northern California Data Center Summit will bring focus to new trends and emerging themes, including:

  • Analysis of supply-demand in San Francisco and Silicon Valley markets and submarkets, and related opportunities
  • How national regime change will impact Northern California and national markets
  • How the various cloud offerings will impact demand-side decision-making
  • How the future of Northern California’s data center industry is viewed with the emergence of new tech start-ups, the regional business climate and electricity options

The Northern California Data Center Summit was a great event in San Francisco. I learned a lot and made some great contacts.” — Gilbert Gonzales, Vice President – Business Attraction Northern California, Arizona Commerce Authority

  • What firms were most active in 2017?
  • 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 and innovative changes relative to connectivity and data center design?
  • What is the global outlook in 2017 for data center investment and development?
  • What are the implications of new consolidators emerging in the data center arena?
  • Why is there such a huge valuation differential between the “haves” and “have nots” – i.e., scale, cash flow, strategic relevance?

One Powerful Week of Data Center Conferencing: Join both CapRate and Teladata, as combined we present three days of high-level conference panels, access to the most active firms and meaningful networking. CapRate will be held on Feb 21-22 in San Francisco, while Teladata will be held on February 23 in San Jose.  If you are active in the data center industry you will want to attend both events in this unique one-week format to kick off your 2017 data center event calendar. Attend both events and receive a 25% discount. CapRate will focus on data center development and investment, while Teladata will continue the conversation with special focus on data center operations and management.

“We at TELADATA embrace this conference partnership with CapRate. Our firms serve similar but unique constituencies within the data center arena. The partnership allows data center industry executives greater exposure to meaningful dialogue and discussion in one week, with two complimentary events, both in the San Francisco market,” Maricel Cerruti, Director of Marketing and Business Development, TELADATA.

Attend both events and receive a 25% discount. Use code: Discount code: Teladata2017