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Cloud Expo New York Now Under Two Weeks Away!

An invaluable resource for meeting with today’s top industry buyers, making new contracts and, most importantly, closing busines

The only place to be June 11-14th is the NY Javits Center at Cloud Expo 2012 East.

Join us there as delegates from all over the world come to listen to and engage with speakers and sponsors from the leading Cloud Computing, Big Data and Virtualization companies such as Dell, SHI, Intel, Compuware, Citrix, Rackspace, Terremark, Akamai and more. The event features 170+ Technical Sessions, General Sessions, Industry Discussion Panels, and Keynotes by thought leaders in the Cloud, Big Data and Virtualization space.

There is no better way to get in front of the market that IDC is predicting will represent 25% of all IT spending growth worldwide through 2012. Cloud Expo 2012 East is an invaluable resource for meeting with today's top industry buyers, making new contracts and, most importantly, closing business deals.

This event is an experience unlike any other, an opportunity to connect with IT Professionals from Fortune 500, 1000 companies who are proven, qualified and well budgeted for their 2012 Cloud Adoption. As an Exhibitor of Cloud Expo East your reach is three times the exposure than all other Cloud events combined.

Reach 228,000 Cloud Buyers & Decision Makers You Are Not Currently Reaching Today!!!

  • Cloud Expo East Delegates: 9,000 plus onsite attendees
  • Cloud Expo Live on SYS-CON.tv: 16,000
  • Cloud Computing Journal: 110,000 Monthly Unique Visitors
  • Twitter: 75,000 Followers
  • On-Demand Views: 22,000 Viewers

There is still time to be a part of this year's Speaker faculty lineup and guarantee your SOV in the most talked about and leading i-Technology event by taking advantage of SYS-CON's unmatched high-impact, result-driven sponsorship or exhibitor programs listed below.

Although the technical breakout session program is practically full after a record number of submissions from every conceivable level of the Cloud, Big Data and Virtualization ecosystem, you can still secure one of the high-profile Sponsor Vendor presentations, Power Panel spots or the very few remaining prime time technical sessions reserved for participating sponsors and exhibitors.

You won't want to miss the opportunity of being a part of this year's expanded program.  The Speaker Faculty lineup for this Cloud Expo East includes as usual a welter of Cloud, Big Data & Virtualization executives and practitioners, include:

**** 10th CLOUD EXPO | SPEAKERS JUNE 11-14 IN NEW YORK ****


SPONSORSHIP & EXHIBITOR OPPORTUNITIES


Plan Now on Exhibiting at The #1 i-Technology Event & Benefit from Branding, Profile Building and Lead Generating!!

Technical Sessions Currently Available with Platinum, Gold, Silver & Bronze Sponsorships

Platinum Sponsorship: Only One Sponsorship Available

Gold Sponsorship: Special Rate $45,000 (One Sponsorship Available)

Silver Sponsorship: Special Rate: $30,000

Bronze Sponsorship: $19,000

Exhibitor Package: $11,000

On-Site Marketing Opportunities

Please contact [email protected] or call 201-802-3021 if you have any questions or if you require additional information.

More Stories By Carmen Gonzalez

Carmen Gonzalez is the co-founder, president, and CEO of SYS-CON Media, Cloud Expo, Inc. and Ulitzer, Inc.

Carmen has been in charge of SYS-CON's sales and marketing functions since 1994. Under her leadership, the company was named by Inc 500, among the fastest growing 500 privately held companies in North America three years in a row.

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