Telx's NYC3’s (32 Avenue of the Americas) Interconnection Center leverages Telx’s dense connectivity environments at both NYC1 (60 Hudson) and NYC2 (111 8th Ave) offering the collective Telx customer base access to over 600+ network alternatives and more than 550,000 sq.ft. In combination with Telx’s Tier III Clifton, NJ campus, Telx offers the most robust, connected and comprehensive set of data center solutions in the New York/New Jersey metro with significant capacity for customer growth requirements. Learn more at - www.telx.com/data-center/new-york/+ More details
Today, we want access to content - no matter what or where it is - from all of our devices, on demand, anytime. Regardless of whether you access content from your television, home computer, wireless laptop, smartphone or watch – the experience for users must be seamless and reliable. The more we access data ‘on the go’, content providers must shift their network focus from the hub to the edge – ensuring a real-time, high-end experience for access to all kinds of information – no matter how many bits and bytes it may be. What does this new edge look like? How are networks adjusting to meet the insatiable demand of today’s always online users for streaming information from nearly anywhere on any device? Moderator: Michael Wolf, Chief Analyst, NextMarket Insights Speakers: Anthony Rossabi, EVP-Sales & Marketing, Telx Tom Daly, VP of Infrastructure, Fastly Japheth Dillman, CCO, YetiZen Baruch Herzfeld, Founder & President, Zeno Radio+ More details
Today’s technologies are stressed to innovate at a rapid pace in order to combat, or even understand better, global challenges created by human population increases. The Research and Education community depends on strategic exchange points like Telx’s NYC3 as leverage to scale and assess these evolving issues. These very issues drive innovation in technology. In fact, New York State Education and Research Network (NYSERNet), a not-for-profit corporation created to foster science and education, is responsible for creating the first ISP. But are we all working together optimally to solve for these issues or are we working in silos? Moderator: Clifford A. Lynch, Executive Director, Coalition for Networked Information Speakers: Chris Downie, CEO, Telx Timothy L.Lance, President, Nysernet Bill Woodcock, Founder & Research Director, Packet Clearing House+ More details
It’s the dawn of a new day and a very exciting time to be a startup business. Everywhere, the advent of technology propels us into new ways of thinking, doing, believing and seeing, as our daily reliability on the Internet, networking and compute power takes us to places we have not yet realized. Today’s technology entrepreneurs are at the forefront of this curve and are shaping the business practices and lifestyles of tomorrow. This panel explores both the opportunities and challenges faced by startups as they chart their future, not only addressing their respective addressable markets, but attracting investments in their future success. Are there strategies a startup can employ to give them a better chance of success? What are the biggest obstacles to overcome when starting a new tech business? How can start-ups and established companies work together to create new technologies? Moderator: Adam Lesser, Cleantech Curator, Gigaom Research Speakers: Andy Wilson, CEO/Co-founder, Rexter: Productivity in the "Connected" Age Nick Chong, Head of Product Marketing, Zoom Ray La Chance, President & CEO, ZenFi Networks, Inc. Mark Dowds, EVP, Trov.com+ More details
Today’s proliferation and hyper growth of cloud service providers has and should continue to benefit enterprises and end-users through better quality of services, broader choices and lower costs. Clear battle lines within the service provider market do exist however they are not as clear as they once were. One example seen is the growing number of cloud providers who have all but conceded public cloud services to the top few industry leaders by establishing partnerships and/or alliances that include direct connectivity options for their customers with work loads best suited for public clouds. Unfazed by what appears to be an insurmountable economies of scale advantages of industry leaders, some providers continue to compete based on value added services and the promise of the "one throat" approach. The maturing of open source platforms, interoperability standards and hybrid delivery models only add to the complexity of CIO/CTO’s decisions in what has become a web of cloud choices. Moderator: Brett Azuma, Senior Vice President - Research, 451 Research Speakers: Deepu Rathi, Senior Director, Business Development and WW Cloud GTM, Cisco Bill Fathers, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Hybrid Cloud Services Business Unit, VMware Luke Norris, Founder & CEO, PeakColo Steve Knipple, CTO, EasyStreet Ben Uretsky, Co-Founder & CEO, Digital Ocean+ More details
A discussion about how financial institutions operate inside data centers to gain the upper hand in corporate IT, market data, and high frequency trading. Data centers are intricate pieces in the success of financial markets (firms). Moderator: Michael Bowen, Senior Research Analyst - Communication Services, Pacific Crest Securities Panelists: Jacob Loveless, CEO, Lucera Jock Percy, CEO, Perseus Telecom Nish Kamdar, Global Head of Network Solutions Engineering, Thomson Reuters Mike Beller, CTO, Thesys Technologies+ More details
The traditional, “build and operate” IT delivery models of yesterday are becoming a distant memory in the modern business world. To remain competitive, vendors today must think and act as end-to-end service providers – allowing data to flow freely between cloud providers, while still providing the requisite controls required to store, manage and protect critical information. Powering these hybrid data center by merging on-premise private cloud with capabilities from Mutil-Tennant Data Center Providers, Cloud Service Providers (CSP's) and Hyperscale Public Cloud providers is both an IT and a business challenge. This session will examine how this shifting delivery of IT to a service model is impacting the role of IT and the CIO, as well as how the focus on the state-full nature of data will drive key decisions in the next generation of Infrastructure. Moderator: Al Sadowski, Research Director, Internet Infrastructure Services, 451 Research Panelists: Richard Hardy, SE Director & Chief Architect, NetApp Matthew Grosso, Executive Vice President at Data Storage Corporation Tom Fabian, Head of Global Network, Deluxe Entertainment Thierry Sender, Director of Integrated Cloud Product Development, Verizon John Freimuth, GM Cloud & IT Service, Telx+ More details
As the mobile data explosion continues, companies of all kinds are seeing a new wave of opportunities and challenges emerge before their eyes. Existing network and service providers are evolving as networks move to LTE, just as new entrants are embracing the possibilities of the Internet of Things, mobile commerce, and Enterprise mobility. To stay competitive, everyone must understand not only how these shifts are actively reshaping the ways in which people and machines interact, but also how to manage the deluge of new data being created. This panel session will explore some of these opportunities and challenges, specifically how service providers can enable a diverse and active mobile ecosystem. Moderator: Don Schuett, Vice President, Business Development and Strategy, Telx Panelists: Tim Sherwood, Vice President, Mobile Market Development and Strategy, Tata Communications Barry MacCheyne, Head of Sales for North America & Caribbean Region, Vodafone Carrier Services Jeffrey August, Strategic Planning, Square Joshua Gordon, President, Red Pocket Mobile+ More details
Modern technological developments are generating a new paradigm of content and digital media consumption. From the Internet of Things to wearable technology, and mobile reach content demand to real-time app development, the growing volume of content is breathtaking. The need for content anytime and anywhere is introducing real challenges for providers and enterprises in search of consistent quality and ROI. This panel will examine ways to overcome the major challenges emerging from the changing landscape of content distribution and consumption, including strategies for the era of the “Internet of Everything" and criteria for obtaining the best quality of experience. Moderator: David Card, VP Research, GigaOM Research Panelists: Jeff Ball, VP Strategies, 21st Century Fox Elsie Choi, Founder at Busby Ben Gonyea, VP Product Management & Marketing, Telx+ More details
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