If you are involved in the data center industry or just looking for an opportunity, “The Sixth Annual Greater New York Data Center Summit” is conference to attend. It is full-day conference, which will be held on April 19, 2017 at Convene in Midtown Manhattan. The event will feature more than 40 speakers who will offer comprehensive analysis of the market opportunities and challenges.
“The Sixth Annual Greater New York Data Center Summit” features 13 hours of combined keynotes, sessions and discussion panels as well as networking events. Participants to this conference usually represent leading financial institutions and the some of the New York and region’s most active companies. The last five editions of the conference have been visited by more than 2,500 senior-level industry executives.
The Agenda – What to Expect?
- What are the implications of new consolidators emerging in the data center arena?
- What firms were most active in 2016?
- 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?
The conference organizers also announced “Beyond the Headlines” topics and discussions such as: “Cloud Interconnection Strategy: Best Practices for 2017″‘ “End User Discussion: New York’s Financial Sector”;
“Security, Compliance & Consolidation: The Factors Affecting Big-Picture Data Center Decision Making”; “Next Generation Data Center Cooling Strategies”; Strategies for Upgrading Existing Data Centers to Stay Relevant in Today’s Competitive Environment”; “Best Practices for Future-Proofing the New Data Center”; “New Jersey vs New York: Analysis of the Demand for Data Center Product and Barriers to Entry in the Various Regions”; “Innovations in Energy Delivery: Cost per kWh and the Impact of Public Sector Incentives”; “Advantages of Development, Investment & Incentives in Secondary & Emerging Markets”;
“Forward Thinking: The Capital Markets, The Headwinds, The Tailwinds and the Data Center Industry”.
The summit is organized by CapRate Events/CRE-Events.com, a digital media firm based in New York City.