Two RagingWire Execs Presenting at Key Industry Summits in September

As one of the first companies to help build the data center colocation industry, RagingWire has continuously contributed forward-thinking ideas to data center colleagues and customers for nearly 20 years. This month, two RagingWire executives will share their expertise about data center industry trends at a pair of major industry events.

James Leach, VP of Marketing presenting at CAPRate Data Center Summit

On Sept. 12 from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m., Vice President of Marketing James Leach will speak on a panel titled “Washington, D.C. and Mid-Atlantic Data Center Market 360: What Firms are Actively Developing, Investing, and Why” at the CAPRE Washington DC & Mid-Atlantic Data Center Summit at the Stone Tower Winery in Leesburg, Va.


Bob Woolley, VP of Engineering presenting at 451 Research Hosting and Cloud Summit

On Sept. 25 from 1:05 p.m. – 2:10 p.m., Vice President of Critical Facilities Engineering and Design Bob Woolley will speak on a panel titled “Critical Infrastructure from Edge to Core: How Will It Change in the Next Decade?” at the 451 Research Hosting and Cloud Transformation Summit at the Bellagio Resort in Las Vegas.

RagingWire executives are regularly invited to speak at industry events. Earlier in 2018, RagingWire presented at the CAPRE Data Center Forecast, the Utilities and Data Center Conference, the CAPRE Northern California Data Center Summit, AFCOM Data Center World, the CAPRE Greater Chicago & Midwest Data Center Summit, and Bisnow Data Center Investment Conference & Expo events in Ashburn, Va., Dallas, and Chicago.

Now part of the NTT Group, RagingWire is connected to NTT’s global network of 140 data centers with more than 4 million square feet of space, including data center campuses in the world’s top three data center markets (Ashburn, Va., Dallas, and Northern California).

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