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Press Release -- November 28th, 2011
Source: FiberMedia
Tags: Colocation, Equipment

FiberMedia’s Michael Bucheit to Present on Data Center Design at the Greater New York Data Center Summit

• Data Center Summit takes place in New York City on November 29 2011
• FiberMedia’s CEO to participate in a panel discussion about the impact of data center design on marketability
• FiberMedia operates five SAS 70 certified data centers in and around the New York metro area

Secaucus, NJ – November 28, 2011FiberMedia Group, LLC, a leading managed data center provider with facilities throughout the New York metropolitan area and Cleveland, OH, announces that its CEO, Michael Bucheit, has been tapped to participate on a panel discussing Innovative Data Center Design and its Impact on Marketability, Management and Operations at the Greater New York Data Center Summit taking place November 29, 2011 in New York City.

As a leading data center operator with five facilities throughout the New York metro area, FiberMedia will provide insight on how design impacts customer demand. “Customers seeking data center and colocation services are more educated today than ever before,” comments Michael Bucheit, CEO of FiberMedia. “Data centers are more than just buildings that house equipment, they are partners that can help companies grow their businesses more effectively by offering value-added solutions such as managed services, cloud networking infrastructure and business continuity options. The New York Greater Data Center Summit is an opportunity to explore the different facets of data center design and service capabilities.”

Participating on the 12:25pm panel with Michael Bucheit are Arthur Pearson of Con Edison, Sean P. Brady of Cushman & Wakefield, Dennis Julian of Integrated Design Group, Josh Rabina of Sentinel Data Centers and Brian Schafer of Highland Associates.

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