While many investors cringe at the mention of real estate in this economy, data center real estate in the Southwest has seen consistent, positive growth over the past few years. With a near-perfect climate, limited risk of flooding, and low costs being just a handful of advantages peaking the interest of more and more national firms, the Southwest data center real estate market is heating up- both figuratively and literally.
As the nationâ€™s leading data center advisor, WiredRE is always at the forefront of the latest developments in the Southwest data center real estate market, as well as other markets across the country. To further expand this market knowledge, the company regularly sponsors and participates in related summits, panels and events across the country. Most recently, WiredRE announced it is both a sponsor and exhibitor at the Southwest Data Center Summit, which takes place at the Los Angeles Athletic Club on October 17th. WiredRE Founder and CEO, Everett Thompson, will also be speaking at one of the eventâ€™s panels entitled â€œCreating the Energy Efficient Data Center: Is there a â€œModelâ€ Data Center Design in 2012? Or, is the market still evolving too rapidly to establish a Model Design?â€
The panel focuses on a key area of expertise for WiredRE. The organization currently provides data center design services and project manages full-scale data center developments with integrated solutions for high-density and high-efficiency computing â€“ a growing area of interest for Southwest Data Center Summit attendees.
The networking and information conference has already attracted 300+ data center real estate and technology infrastructure executives from firms located in surrounding states as well as other major US hubs, offering firsthand access to competitive market knowledge and ample networking opportunities. This yearâ€™s event features eight panel discussions and more than 30 speakers discussing a broad range of data center-related topics.
To meet with Everett Thompson, Founder and CEO of WiredRE or John Perrings, VP of Data Centers, at the Southwest Data Center Summit, email firstname.lastname@example.org.