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Hear Telx, Vantage Data Centers, 451 Research at Northern California Data Center Summit; Price to Increase on Friday

Hear 50 speakers in 13 panel discussions and join the expected 400+ attendees on April 10 for important discussion, debate and networking.

SAN FRANCISCO, March 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Hear Telx, Vantage Data Centers, 451 Research at Northern California Summit; Price to Increase on Friday

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New Investors, New Developers, New Strategies & New Stories: The Third Annual Northern California Data Center Summit will convene Silicon Valley and San Francisco's most active and innovative data center real estate and technology infrastructure executives. Hear 50 speakers in 13 panel discussions and join the expected 400+ attendees on April 10 for important discussion, debate and networking.

Hear the experts discuss the current state of the market and future opportunities:
* How are large end-users and tech start-ups in the region planning their data center growth?
* How have data center lease terms and the transaction time frame changed in recent years?
* Exploring the concepts of "rightsizing," "scalability," and cloud delivery
* How much data center space will end-users in SV and SF truly require?
* How are prominent end-users and operators/service providers looking at needs today vs.  tomorrow?
* How are public agencies viewing data privacy vs. private companies?
* Analysis of the impact of regulation on the data center industry and high-frequency trading

 "At Anixter, we have been educating data center customers on building and maintaining a reliable, secure and efficient data center for the past several years and continue to update our message to reflect the latest technologies and standards. We look forward to sharing this information at The Northern California Data, as well as hearing what others in the industry are talking about." --  Andy Jimenez, Vice President of Technology, Anixter

> View detailed agenda: http://cre-events.com/dcnorcal2014/agenda-coverage/

> Register online today: https://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1457883

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Hear 50+ Expert Speakers, Including:

* Andy Jimenez, Vice President of Technology, Anixter
*  Rudy Bergthold, P.E. Senior Vice President & Chief Technical Officer, Cupertino Electric
* Bill Bradley, Managing Director, Waller Capital
* Sureel Choksi, President and Chief Executive Officer, Vantage Data Centers
* Chris Crosby, Founder & CEO, Compass Datacenters
* Chris Downie, Chief Executive Officer, Telx
* Paul Gerrard, CEO, Digital Fortress, Inc.
* Rajesh Ghai, Associate Director and Senior Tech Analyst, Macquarie Capital
* David Graziano, General Manager, Silicon Valley Colocation
* Paul Hopkins, Regional Vice President, DuPont Fabros Technology
* Jerry Inguagiato, Senior Vice President, CBRE
* Kelly Morgan, Senior Equity Analyst, Tier1 Research
* Rob Morris, Partner, Rugen Street Capital
* Bruce Myatt, PE, Founder of Critical Facilities Round Table, CTO at The Data Centers LLC, and  Director Energy Management at Glenmount Global Solutions
* Vinay Nagpal, Director, Carrier Relations, DuPont Fabros Technology
* Ryan Oró, General Manager – Western Region, Coresite
* John Sarkis, VP Carrier and Connectivity Operations, Digital Realty Trust
* Jonathan Schildkraut, Managing Director, Evercore Partners
* John Sheputis, CEO, Fortune Data Centers
* Gina Tomlinson, Chief of Technology & Information Services, Overland Storage & Technologies
* Peter van der Pas, Senior Auditor Appraiser – Business Division, Santa Clara County Assessors Office
* Greg Vernon, Senior Vice President, Vantage Data Centers
* Aaron Wangenheim, Executive Vice President, T5 Data Centers
* Michael Wong, Vice President, GI Partners

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NETWORKING & NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: 400+ senior-level commercial real estate and service providers firms are expected to attend this full-day market intelligence and networking event. Event space is limited — register today. 400+ are expected to attend. Attending firms, as of February 26, 2014:
* Accu-Tech Corporation
* Active Power
* AEI
* Anixter
* Aria Technologies Inc.
* Arizona Commerce Authority
* CBRE
* CoBank
* Compass Datacenters
* Coresite
* Craters & Freighters
* Critical Facilities Round Table
* Cummins Power Generation
* Cupertino Electric
* Data Environments, Inc.
* DH Capital
* Digital Fortress, Inc.
* Digital Realty Trust
* DuCharme McMillen & Associates, Inc.
* DuPont Fabros Technology
* Evercore Partners
* Fortune Data Centers
* Geist Global
* GI Partners
* Hewlett Packard
* Honeywell Life Safety
* Integrated Design Group, Inc.
* Macquarie Capital
* Mid-Atlantic Broadband Communities
* Moss Adams LLP
* Overland Storage & Technologies
* Primary Integration
* Rubicon Professional Services
* Rugen Street Capital
* S&C Electric
* Sachs Electric Company
* Santa Clara County Assessors Office
* Schneider Electric
* Silicon Valley Colocation
* STULZ Inc.
* T5 Data Centers
* The Swig Company
* UMP
* Vantage Data Centers
* Waller Capital
* Wunderlich-Malec

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> View detailed agenda: http://cre-events.com/dcnorcal2014/agenda-coverage/

> Register online today:  https://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1457883

Event Speaker/Sponsor Contact: Brian Klebash | 917-460-3572 | [email protected]
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