IMN Fall Forum To Be Held in Santa Clara
November 19th, 2012 By: Colleen Miller
More than 250 senior executives including data center owners, tenants, investors, capital and service providers will be on hand for Information Management Network’s third annual Forum on Financing, Investing and Real Estate Development for Data Centers at the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara in Santa Clara, CA. The two-day event will be held Nov. 29-30, 2012.
Information Management Network (IMN) aims to equip investors in all fields of finance and commerce with the knowledge that they need to survive and thrive in the arena of finance and investment. By providing a forum for the exchange of unbiased ideas, information and assistance, IMN assists investors in reaching their goals.
Key sessions of the IMN Forum include Demand Dynamics, the President/CEO Panel-Wholesalers and the President/CEO Panel-Colocation Players. Topics covered will include such areas as: Expansion Strategies for Small Data Center Companies; Competing Against The Amazon Model; Vendor Partnerships Done Right; International Markets; and How to Handle/Prevent a Data Center Failure.
Examples of business-focused panels include: “Evaluating the Macro Economy for Data Centers,” moderated by Tom Watts, Chief Investment Officer, Watts Capital; Panel Participants: Zane Alsabery, CEO, Alchemy Communications; John Stewart, Analyst, Green Street Advisors; Michael Higgins, Senior Vice President, Data Center Services, Internap; and Mark Waddington, Chief Business Officer, QTS; and “Cost Drivers: TCO, CAPX, OPX,” moderated by Tony Greenberg, CEO, Ramprate/Deepstrat; Panel Participants: John Clune, President, Cavern Technologies; Jack Pressman, Managing Principal and Chief Technology Officer, Cyber Development Group International; Irina Starikova, McKinsey & Company; and John Sabey, President, Sabey Data Center Properties. For more CEO/Presidents who are speaking, visit this page on the IMN site.
For more information and registration details, visit the IMN Forum on Financing, Investing and Real Estate Development for Data Centers website.