Two key members of QTS’ executive leadership team will serve as panelists at Information Management Network’s (IMN) 3rd Annual Forum on Financing, Investing & Real Estate Development for Data Centers in Santa Clara, Calif., The IMN Annual Forum is going to be held in the month of November from 29-30. QTS is one of USA’s largest providers of data center facilities and managed services. The IMN event is one of the premier annual events specifically for the data center industry.
Mark Waddington, chief business officer – QTS, will appear on the panel -Evaluating the Macro Economy for Data Centers on Thursday, Nov. 29, the two-day conference’s opening session. On, Friday, Nov. 30, Brian Johnston, the company’s chief technology officer, will participate in the opening panel entitled Expansion Options: Own vs. Rent, Obsolescence, Scale/Scalability, Design & Construction Issues.
“The investment community enjoys a great partnership with the data center industry and the IMN event is a key opportunity for leaders in the data center space to keep bankers and investors abreast of our industry’s vibrancy,” said Dan Bennewitz, chief operating officer, sales and marketing-QTS. “We’re enthusiastic about sharing QTS’ perspective on industry issues with the investment banking community and with our colleagues from other leading companies in data center development and operations.”
QTS (Quality Technology Services) is a leading national provider of data center solutions and fully managed services for enterprise businesses. The company offers a complete, unique portfolio of core data center services, including custom data center, colocation and cloud services, providing the flexibility, scale and security needed to support the rapidly evolving infrastructure demands of web and IT applications. QTS owns, operates and manages more than 3 million square feet of secure, state-of-the-art data center infrastructure and supports more than 700 customers.
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