Wednesday, April 06, 2011

TELEHOUSE America wraps up at Data Center World

Hello readers! This week's blog is written by my esteemed colleague, Vanessa Eixman. Vanessa is the Director of Business Development for Jaymie Scotto & Associates. Enjoy!

Data Center World, one of the hottest data center events around, just wrapped up its educational conference for the data center marketplace in Las Vegas. With thousands in attendance, this event has been billed as one of the 50 fastest growing trade shows in the U.S.

TELEHOUSE America showcased its data center and managed IT services at this year's conference to educate the marketplace, as well as gain insights into industry trends and global perspectives. I spoke with Fred Cannone, Director of Sales and Marketing for TELEHOUSE America about their experience and perspectives on the conference.

According to Fred Cannone, TELEHOUSE is focused on selling solutions. They specialize in customized services and consultation to ensure clients' requirements are met and configurations are maximized. "Data Center World continues to offer not only a solid educational experience, but also is a great venue for networks," stated Mr. Cannone. "This conference gave our team a great avenue for exploring opportunities, and collaborating with potential partners and vendors. In addition, with the use of the online meeting system, DealCenter, we were able to conduct detailed business discussions that could not have been held easily at the booth."

I asked Mr. Cannone his perspective on what's hot in the data center arena. According to Cannone, modular data centers are gaining interest and momentum and will soon change the landscape of the traditional data center. TELEHOUSE used the event as an opportunity to roll out its own Module Data Center Solution that enables clients to build a secure, reliable environment anywhere in the world.

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