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Title: Hear from Data Center End Users; 200+ to Attend
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Hear from Data Center Owners, Investors, Managers, Capital Sources, Technology Firms

The inaugural Greater New York Data Center Summit will be held tomorrow from 7:30am-1:30pm at the McGraw Hill Conference Center in Midtown Manhattan


> > More than 200 senior-level commercial real estate and technology executives have already made plans to attend. If you have an interest in data center real estate and infrastructure, don't miss this exciting information and networking conference--a first of its kind for the New York market.
   
Featured Panel:

Corporate End User Roundtable: What are the Current Demands and Capacity Requirements of Today’s Most Active Firms?

* What are the unique data center demands of the region’s financial firms in today’s environment?
* Driven by new technologies, consumer and business demands, how will data center storage demand change in the next 2-3 years?
* Are the current latency requirements and real estate infrastructure failing to meet demand? How can data transfer, infrastructure and real estate be improved for end users?

* What has been the impact of the cloud on firms’ data center management?
* Are financial firms now looking to have data centers in close proximity to their offices? Is this a change from 5-10 years ago?
* What are the unique consumer patterns likely to change in the next 5-10 years that will impact the market?

* How can commercial real estate executives and data center owners work more effectively with end-users?
Hear From:
* Moderator: Jason F. Chartrand, Executive Vice President, T5 Data Centers
* * Barry Alton, Managing Director, Global Head, Corporate Real Estate & Services, Jefferies & Company, Inc.
* Paul Himes, President and Chief Executive Officer, Himes Associates, Ltd.

* Sumner Putnam, Vice President, Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc.
* David Spiewak, Executive Vice President, CS Technology, Inc
* Joshua Vallario, Data Center Manager, BlackRock


 
Hear From:
Chartrand, Jason 2011 (3x4)
Jason F. Chartrand
T5 Data Centers
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Paul Himes
Himes Associates, Ltd.
Putnam, Summy 2011 (3x4)
Sumner Putnam
Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc.
Spiewak, David 2011 (3x4)
David Spiewak,
CS Technology, Inc
Vallario, Joshua 2011 (3x4)
Joshua Vallario

BlackRock

Not pictured:
Barry Alton
Jefferies & Company, Inc
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NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY: 200+ senior-level commercial real estate executives and technology service providers from around the nation and Tri-State area are expected to attend the Greater New York Data Center Summit.

As of 11/28, 215 senior-level commercial real estate and technology executives from 159 leading firms in 13 states have made plans to attend.
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451 Research
AboveNet
ABRY Partners LLC
Advanced Business Communications
AHA Consulting Engineers
Allied Fiber
Allstate Information Management
AMJ McCarthy Group, LLC
Angelo, Gordon & Co.
ARI Products/Tate Access Floors
Arup
Atlantic Metro Communications, Inc.
Avison Young
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Bedford Strategies & Solutions
Berkshire Partners
BlackRock
BlueVista Properties
Brookfield Real Estate Opportunity Group
C&C Technology Group
CapRate Events, LLC
CBRE
CCG FACILITIES INTEGRATION
Ciena
CIT Communications
Citihub
Colliers International
Con Edison
Corgan Associates Architects PC
Corporate Security Services, Inc
CRB Consulting Engineers
CRB Engineers & Builders
Cresa Partners
CS Technology
CS Technology, Inc
Cushman & Wakefield of New Jersey, Inc.
Datagram
Data-Tele Contractors
DBT DATA
Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas
DH Capital
Digital Realty Trust
DLB Associates
DSA/ENCORE
Duke Realty LLC
EA Boniakowski Agency, Inc.
Eaton
Ehvert Engineering
Evercore Partners
EYP
Faithful+Gould
Federal Business Centers
FiberMedia
First Communications
FirstTech Corp
GCA Associates Corporation
Gladstone
Grubb & Ellis
Grubb & Ellis Company
H&H Industrial Corp
H2M Architects & Engineers
Halyard Capital
Hewlett Packard
HFF
Highbridge Principal Strategies
HIGHLAND ASSOCIATES
HIMES ASSOCIATES, LTD.
Horrigan Development
HP CFS - EYPMCF
HP-EYP
Hunter Roberts
iMiller Public Relations
Integrated Design Group, Inc.
IntelliBatt
Intelligent Building Solutions
International Realty
IO
IO Data centers
Jaymie Scotto & Associates, LLC
Jefferies & Company, Inc.
Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc.
JRM Construction Management, LLC
JRM Technology
Kajima Building and Design Group
Kane Communications LLC.
KBE Building Corporation
LeFrak Organization
Macquarie Capital
Malcon Inc
Markley Group
McGladrey
MGJ Information Technologies, Inc.
Milldam Public Affairs
Mintz Levin
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C
Mount Kellett
Mountain Development Corp.
NEF
Net Access Corporation
net2EZ Managed Data Centers
Newmark Knight Frank
NewOak Capital
NewVista Advisors, LLC
NJBIZ
NY Convergence
Pkaza.com
Planet Associates
Power Analytics Corp.
PSE&G
R.W. Baird & Company
RBC Capital Markets
Rockefeller Group Technology Solutions, Inc. (RGTS)
Rudin Management Company, Inc.
Russo Development
Sabey Corporation
Sabey Data Center Properties
Save Energy Group, Inc
Scholes Electric & Communications
Sentinel Data Centers
Server Technology, Inc.
ShoreGroup
Signal Hill Capital Group
SoHo Colo
Sordoni Construction
SourceOne
SourceOne-Energy Solutions
Sparctech Solutions
Sperry Van Ness
StarLine
Steamfitters Local 475
Summit Development, LLC
Syska Henessy Group
T5 Data Centers
Tate
TechCity Properties
TelecityGroup
Telx
Tennessee Valley Authority
The LeFrak Organization
The New York Internet Company
Thornton Tomasetti
Tier 1 Research
Tishman Construction
Transit Wireless LLC
UGL Services
United Technology
Visconsi Companies, Ltd.
Whiting-Turner
Willdan Energy Solutions
Willis
Xand

 
 

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