July 26, 2018

19+ Speakers!

Speakers

Rhonda Vetere
Keynote

Rhonda Vetere

President, Data & Analytics
nThrive

Melvin Greer

Melvin Greer

Chief Data Scientist, Public Sector - Americas
Intel Corporation

Adam Early

Adam Early

VP, Infrastructure Planning & Engineering - Americas Corporate Services & Real Estate
Goldman, Sachs & Co.

Jonathan Levine

Jonathan Levine

CTO
Intermedia

Daniel Gaffney

Daniel Gaffney

Director, Global Critical Facilities - Global Procurement & Corporate Real Estate
BNY Mellon

Christof Hammerli

Christof Hammerli

Senior VP, Digital Infrastructure
Landmark Dividend, LLC​

Colby Synesael

Colby Synesael

Managing Director & Senior Research Analyst
Cowen

Brian Doricko

Brian Doricko

VP, Strategic Sales
CyrusOne

Kanan Joshi

Kanan Joshi

Board Observer
DataBank, Ltd.

Andrew Bartrop

Andrew Bartrop

Managing Director
Deutsche Bank​

Sagi Brody

Sagi Brody

Chief Technology Officer
Webair

Phil Koblence​​

Phil Koblence​​

Co-Founder & COO
New York Internet

Dan Meltzer

Dan Meltzer

VP, Sales & Leasing - New York
Sabey Data Centers

Michael Levy

Michael Levy

Director, Colocation Product Management
Rackspace

Dave Meadows

Dave Meadows

Director, Industry, Standards & Technology
STULZ Air Technology Systems, Inc.

Jeff Moerdler

Jeff Moerdler

Member
Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo PC

Keith Dunnavant

Keith Dunnavant

VP, Sales - Americas
Munters Corporation

Regina Brewton-Smith

Regina Brewton-Smith

Manager, Business Development - Energy Efficiency
Con Edison

Miles Loo, Jr.
Moderator

Miles Loo, Jr.

Executive VP & Global Lead, Valuation & Advisory
Newmark Knight Frank

MORE SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED

Agenda

  • Breakfast, Registration and Networking

  • Morning Session: Panel Discussions

  • Networking Lunch

  • Afternoon Session: Panel Discussions

Data Center Investment Conference & Expo, Northeast

Join us for our second annual Data Center Investment Conference & Expo (DICE), Northeastin the heart of capital and investment, New York City.

With the finance sector providing major demand in New York - employing 330,000 and generating 39% of the economic output - data centers are a key part of the infrastructure that makes this possible as finance continues to migrate to relying heavily on data center infrastructure to support its operations. 

As a whole, last year alone, $20B was invested in North American data centers

Private capital and institutional investors entering the space are becoming savvier in their investments - as established players continue to capitalize and expand.

With the industry continuing to move at a breakneck pace to match the increasing demand from users and industries across the country, 2018 is looking to be another record-setting year.

Topics To Include:

1. Will the finance sector continue to drive data center demand in New York? 

2. How will the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud computing impact data center demand? 

3. What major M&A activity do players see on the horizon?

4. How are data center strategies changing as end user demand begins to shift? Will the blurring of business models - from wholesale data centers to retail colo continue? 

5. Will available data center space in New York meet demand from the finance and technology sectors? 

Don't miss this opportunity to learn from & network with the leading owners, developers, investors, end users, and major players in the data center space. 

Share your comments, post your photos and ask questions using #BisnowDICE on Twitter.

 

For questions, recommendations or press inquiries, please email Adam at Adam.Knobloch@Bisnow.com.

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