Consonus Preps Internet Summit 2010
Data center operator and placement provider Consonus (www.consonus.com) said Tuesday it will host the third annual summit of the Internet (www.internetsummit.com) on November 17 and 18 at the Raleigh Convention Center in Raleigh, North Carolina.
The event is designed to promote the “vision and leadership on matters related to the economics of the Internet and Web technologies,” says Consonus.
TechMedia and Partnerships Presented by South Capitol, the Summit of the Internet is compatible with Web-based business, innovation and economic development resulting from the Southeast.
Featured speakers include Go Daddy CEO and founder Bob Parsons, president and CEO Chip Perry of AutoTrader.com, director of Yahoo data views Ed Woo, CMO NewsForce Dana Todd, CEO of Lulu.com, Bob Young, president and SkyMall Christine A. Aguilera.
Consonus CTO Steve Bulmer will host a VIP panel to discuss the “future of cloud computing on November 18, 2010 from 11:10 to 24:20
Th panel will consist of Red Hat CIO Lee Congdon, Chief Technical Architect Salesforce.com Marc Ferrentino, Citrix director of business development and strategic alliances Roland Wartenberg, and rPath co-founder and CTO Erik Troan.
The presentation will focus on the latest innovations and trends of cloud computing.
“Attendees will enjoy a lively discussion of an exceptional group of industry experience, represented by the open source and commercial technology providers Cloud and some of the most emblematic SaaS / PaaS today / IaaS providers” says Bulmer. “We will discuss issues of convergence and commoditisation, as well as safety, technical innovation, and points of view regarding the future adoption of cloud technologies.”
Leaving the success of last year were sold out, even Internet Summit 2010 is expected to attract an attendance of over 1,200 Internet executives, other senior, entrepreneurs and investors.
Individuals and businesses can register for Internet Summit 2010 here.