Call for Speakers in Datacenters
Author: Telecom Council Staff
Meeting Title: Roundtable Lunch: Datacenters
Date: Nov 5, 2015
Open Opportunities: Expert Panelists
Call for Speakers Application Deadline: Friday, Sept 11th
About the Topic:
Datacenters- these invisible powerhouses, hidden around the country at the intersection of fiber lines and cheap power are increasingly the source of our stored knowledge, Internet services, and computing power. Datacenters are big business and are squarely in the wheelhouse of telecom companies. There are many topics to discuss, including virtualization, security, performance, Open Source, DevOps, Software Defined, power efficiency, cooling, system design, business models, and technology solutions.
- Expected Participation: 50+ Telecom Council members and guests
- Breakdown by level of attendee: 30% C-level, 30% Director, 30% VP, 10% Manager
- Breakdown by industry segment: 30% Startup, 20% Service Provider, 30% Vendor, 10% VC, 10% Other
- Sampling of participant titles: C-suite, VP Bus Dev, VP Innovation, Head Scouting, VP Strategic Partnerships, Founder, Partner, GM
How to Get Involved:
- Speakers: To apply for this panel, please use our online speaker application.
- Solution Spotlight Tables: Tables, located in the meeting room, are available to companies with relevant technology. Hit “Reply” for more info.
- Recommendations: Please recommend a person or company who will add value to this panel, simply reply to this email.
- Lunch Sponsor: For the cost of catering, the lunch sponsor secures thought leadership on this topic click here.
- Nov 5, 12:00 pm – 2:00 PM
- Host: VMWare, 3425 Hillview Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304
- Draft Agenda online here
- Marketing: Promotion of speakers in 100+ online newsletters, calendars, social networks, and directly to 35,000+ Telecom Council subscribers
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