"As business needs evolve, so does the function of the primary and secondary data center." John Clune, President Cavern Technologies
Lenexa, KS (PRWEB) November 12, 2015
Over 35 Presidents and CEOs of leading Data Centers from around the country converge on the Ritz-Carlton in Half Moon Bay, California, November 12th and 13th, for a two day conference exploring the latest trends, best practices and data behind the ever growing Data Center market. The 6th Annual IMN conference on Data Centers brings the brightest minds in the industry together to share their experiences, focusing on Data Center real estate.
Cavern Technologies President John Clune, brings eight years of experience to the conference having designed and built over 100 private, data center suites for banking, healthcare, legal, and technology enterprises. Clune will be referencing his sizable build out expertise within the session titled, “Site Selection 2016.”
In what promises to be an entertaining and informative session, Clune discusses site selection criteria with Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Practice Leader Miles Loo, Coresite’s VP of Real Estate Solutions Mark Norton, Dominion Virginia Power’s Senior Economic Development Manager Kent Hill, and Stream Data Center’s Managing Director Anthony Bolner.
“As business needs evolve, so does the function of the primary and secondary data center,” explains Clune. “Site selection is impacted by many factors including tax, weather, power, green energy, bandwidth and talent. I look forward to sharing my perspective on site selection, and secondary site data center site builds, and learning from other esteemed panelists.”
Clune’s Panel is on Thursday, November 12th, 2015 at 10:05am. Cavern Technologies will also be exhibiting with event sponsors and Cavern partner, Kansas City Area Development Council in the exhibit hall.
About Cavern Technologies, Inc.
Cavern Technologies, Inc. is a leading provider in the development, leasing and operation of build-to-suit wholesale data centers outside of Kansas City. Located 125-feet underground in a 3 million square foot facility, Cavern’s environmentally regulated, secure infrastructure is Energy Star, SAS-70, SSAE 16 Type II certified. Cavern is designed to meet the specialized power, cooling and security requirements companies need to house IT systems that support their mission-critical business processes. Cavern provides tenants with unique business solutions and a value proposition focused on minimizing the total cost of ownership of data center and colocation infrastructure.
The IMN or Information Management Network, was founded in 1994 and is a global organizer of conferences that focus on institutional finance, investments and healthcare IT. In its seventh year, the Data Center conference attracts hundreds of the senior executives drawn to the vetted and valuable subject matter of the courses and networking opportunities.