Involta, an industry-leading hybrid IT, cloud computing and data center services company, has announced its Enterprise Edge Broadcast in partnership with Datacenter Dynamics.
The broadcast, airing live on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, at noon EST, explores the 52,000+ square feet of Involta’s purpose-built facilities in Akron, Ohio, located at the epicenter of the regional enterprise Edge.
In addition, the program takes a closer look at the Edge through panel discussions and an interactive Q&A featuring key thought leaders from Involta, DatacenterDynamics, Banner Health and the IoT Consortium.
Broadcast sessions, topics and speakers include:
Panel: The race to build the enterprise Edge - What will it look like, and who will house it? Speakers include Chuck Byers, associate chief technology officer of Industry IoT Consortium; Peter Judge, global editor, DatacenterDynamics; Ryan Gruver, IT director, Banner Health; and Jim Buie, president and CEO of Involta.
Facility tour and Live Q&A: Speakers include Michelle Moran, SVP of Sales, Product and Marketing, Involta, and Kisandka Moses, senior channel manager, Datacenter Dynamics.
Roundtable: Growing the North American Edge - What opportunities exist for expansion? Speakers include Jim Buie, Involta; Michelle Moran, Involta; and Lucas Mistelske, vice president of Client Experience, Involta.
“As the enterprise Edge market continues to expand rapidly across the US, this broadcast allows us to examine the latest trends through a unique lens with other industry leaders while honing in on the explosive growth across the Midwest, home to our Akron I and II data centers,” said Michelle Moran, SVP of Sales, Product and Marketing, Involta.
“The digital economy across the Midwest is growing at a rapid clip, and we are heavily invested in supporting this region with the Edge solutions needed to stay competitive in an ever-evolving, complex enterprise environment.”
This broadcast comes on the heels of Involta’s recent Cleveland market expansion, bringing the company’s total capacity across Ohio to 10MW.
Involta’s footprint delivers mission-critical infrastructure and services to healthcare, financial services, and manufacturing enterprises – along with the ever-evolving technology sector.
For more information and to register for this exclusive future of Edge data center broadcast, click here. All episodes are available on demand.
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