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“The event brings together some of the top thought leaders in our industry,” said Holloway. “This region is one of the largest data center markets in the nation. I’m looking forward to connecting to our peers and discussing the latest IT trends and how they will affect the data center industry.”
The Mid-Atlantic region is one of the most vibrant data center markets in the nation, with an estimated three million square feet of space. The summit features expert speakers discussing the region’s most important trends, opportunities, and challenges, including federal and state regulations, new tax incentives, capital sources, and cloud offerings.
For more information or to register, visit http://cre-events.com/dcdc2014/.
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