Going to this year’s Metro Connect USA? If so, be sure not to miss the panel of C-level guest speakers talking on “The Evolving Relationship Between Data Centers and Metro Carriers,” taking place at the event on Wednesday, February 29 at 10 am. TELEHOUSE America’s Vice President of Internet Engineering, Operations and Business Development, Akio Sugeno, will join the panel set to explore data center and carrier dependency, the growing interest in carrier owned colocation facilities and the importance of carrier redundancy in a modern datacenter.
Metro Connect USA is a dynamic event that brings together C-Level executives within the US metro and local access markets to address the changing landscape of telecommunications. With industry breakout sessions and keynotes focused on metro opportunities and challenges, this year’s event expects over 350 decision makers who will hear C-Level strategies, and have ample and significant networking opportunities.
“TELEHOUSE’s participation at Metro Connect USA allows us to share ideas with key thought leaders in the marketplace,” comments Akio Sugeno, Vice President of Internet Engineering, Operations and Business Development at TELEHOUSE America. “This enables us to identify areas of opportunities to help meet growing client demand for not only colocation and IP and data networking, but also form communities of interest and viable technical ecosystems within our 43 facilities worldwide.”
With premium carrier neutral data centers throughout the globe, TELEHOUSE offers global support and reach across its wide range of services including colocation, disaster recovery, networking, peering, network consulting, and even customizable modular data center solutions.