“All over the world, operators are moving their data centers and networks into MTDCs for more flexibility, reliability and security,” said Ernie Pickens, senior vice president of Enterprise Solutions with CommScope.
CommScope, a leader in communications network infrastructure
solutions, will host a four-city tour to discuss the strength of the data
center market and the growth of the multi tenant data center (MTDC) industry.
The “Expect More” Road Show will include speakers from CommScope, as well as research
analyst partner IDC and data center providers
Equinix and Finisar.
The cities on the tour include:
- San Francisco on
Wednesday, November 2
- Ashburn, VA, on Thursday,
- New York City on Tuesday,
- Chicago on Thursday,
“All over the world, operators are moving their data centers
and networks into MTDCs for more flexibility, reliability and security,” said
Ernie Pickens, senior vice president of Enterprise Solutions with CommScope. “By doing this, operators can
remain focused on their business. At the same time, they relinquish a bit of
control over their networks. To set their minds at ease, we’re bringing our
expertise, as well as our trusted partners’ knowledge, to these cites to inform
network operators how to manage their data centers in this ever-changing
Show is open to the public, but pre-registration is required. The event
begins at 9 a.m. and will include a small trade show in the morning, breakfast
and lunch. Several presentations from CommScope, IDC, Finisar and Equinix will
focus on the following topics:
- Preparing for digital transformation: developing a data center
vision in the age of cloud-based IT
- The impact of data center trends on the physical layer
- Industry view from a
- Latest trends in data center optics
- On the road to terabit Ethernet
“The success or failure of an organization’s digital
transformation efforts is tied to the effectiveness of its IT service delivery
environments,” said Jennifer Cooke, research director for IDC’s Data Center
Trends & Strategies team. “Developing a diversified data center vision that
enables agility and reach is essential to support innovation and respond to
On the topic of change, the Finisar team says the entire
market is evolving and shifting, as network operators look to diversify their
solutions and software.
“The data center market is changing dramatically and fiber
optics technology continues to keep up with the ever-increasing demand for high
bandwidth, lower power and longer reach. We are excited to participate with
CommScope in presenting the current optical interconnect trends in this space
and the numerous benefits provided by the latest technologies in our optical
transceivers,” said Christian Urricariet, Senior Director of Marketing for
Network Solutions at Finisar.
To reserve a spot at the “Expect More” Road Show in any of
the four cities, visit this
registration link. You will also find more information about the speakers
and overviews of the presentations.
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