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Datacenters for 2020 and Beyond
Software Driven and Lots of Data

Andy Lawrence, Research Vice President
Datacenter Technologies & Eco-Efficient IT
451 Research

Tuesday, October 7th at 3:25 – 4:25PM
This interactive and lively presentation and panel discussion will consider how datacenters of today, and those that are being planned for tomorrow, can be made more competitive in a very challenging environment. In particular, the panel discussion will focus on the use of technology and the development of good business processes that can be used to align the operations of the datacenter to the delivery of cloud and other services.

• Ciaran Flanagan, Head of Data Center Business, ABB

• Sean Nicholson, VP Data Center Solutions Technology, Emerson

• Sev Onyshkevych, Chief Marketing Officer, Fieldview Solutions

• Richard Jenkins, Vice President – Marketing & Strategic Partnerships, RF Code

• Khaled Nassoura, Senior Director – Intelligent Management Systems Group, Panduit

Khaled Nassoura is an entrepreneur, data center technology executive, an early pioneer in the DCIM space. Mr. Nassoura held a leadership position at Syska Hennessy as the Vice President of the IT practice division. He then founded Nassoura Technology Associates, LLC, a boutique IT infrastructure consulting firm that focused on data center design for Fortune 100 companies. He later spun off the software business at NTA and founded DCT Software, Inc. with its flagship product dcTrack, one of the early pioneers in the DCIM space which was later acquired by Raritan, Inc. where he formed and led their data center enterprise software business unit. Mr. Nassoura now leads Panduit’s Intelligent Management Systems business unit that is responsible for a comprehensive end-to-end suite of DCIM software, intelligent hardware, and services. Mr. Nassoura holds a BE in Electrical Engineering and a MS in Telecommunications Management from Stevens Institute of Technology. He is a licensed Professional Engineer.

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