Global Capacity hasannounced that its chief revenue officer, Ben Edmond, will present at the DatacenterDynamics Converged Dallas Conference, to be held December 9, 2014 in Dallas, TX. The DatacenterDynamics Converged Conference brings together the people, processes and technologies that enable key operations, network, IT application, and real estate influencers to develop world-class data center strategies. This year’s DatacenterDynamics Converged Dallas Conference will present the technological breakthroughs that are forming the backbone of the surge of mission-critical facilities sprouting up throughout the region.

The Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area is home to 18 of the Fortune 500 companies and over 3,000 medium-to-large businesses. As a major Internet and network peering exchange point connecting the East and West Coasts, Dallas also serves as a critical communications hub for the United States. Furthermore, the market’s robust network interconnectivity has made it a major gateway into Mexico, where there are over 125,000 branch offices of US companies. 

Focused on helping senior strategists understand the implications of networks on data center solutions, Edmond will give a presentation titled, “Integrating an Interconnection Platform in Your Data Center for Better Access to Fast-Growing Latin American Markets.” He will discuss how a marketplace of networks enables customers to build out their wide area network and accelerate application delivery with reliable connectivity; how it provides customers affordable, private and high-performance direct access to multiple clouds and multiple networks across the globe; and how customers can easily extend their network across the borders into Mexico, Central and South America.

“Dallas is a high-demand market for Global Capacity’s customers,” said Edmond. “Our points of presence at 1950 North Stemmons Freeway and 2323 Bryan Street enable us to efficiently connect customers to key aggregation points not only in Dallas, but throughout the US and across the borders into Mexico, Central and South America, delivering cost-effective access to application and content ecosystems.”