IMN's Financing, Investing & Real Estate Development for Data Centers is taking place on May 30-31, 2013 in New York.
For this event we will cover some of the most popular themes including:
* The Macroeconomy & Data Centers
* The President/CEO Panel
* Mergers, Private Equity & IPOs
We've also added some new, exciting topics that will give much food for thought including:
* The President/CEO Panel: Colo Players
* Scale vs. Scalability vs. Rightsizing
* Connectivity-Creating & Tapping into New Revenue Streams
* Evaluating & Standardizing Data Center Standards & Performance Metrics
* Should you Own the Underlying Data Center Real Estate?
* Closing the Lease: Top Negotiation Points
Looking forward to seeing you at our data centers conference in New York on May 30-31.
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