Cross River Fiber Announces its Participation in the 2012 NJTC Data Center Summit: Working in the Clouds

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Cross River Fiber Announces its Participation in the 2012 NJTC Data Center Summit: Working in the Clouds

Join Cross River Fiber’s Michael Sevret and Vincenzo ‘Enzo’ Clemente as They Explore The Latest Trends and Technologies Driving Next-Generation Data Centers

Iselin, NJ - November 14, 2012 - Cross River Fiber, a New Jersey-based, boutique dark fiber optic and telecommunications solutions provider, announces its participation at the 2012 New Jersey Tech Council (NJTC) Data Center Summit: Working in the Clouds. Vincenzo Clemente, Cross River Fiber’s President and CEO, and Michael Sevret, Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer, will be representing the organization at the event, taking place on Thursday, December 13th at the Eisenhower Corporate Campus in Livingston, New Jersey from 8:30am to 3:00pm.

Cross River Fiber encourages Data Center Managers, Engineers, IT and Infrastructure Managers, Directors, IT Consultants, Infrastructure Directors, as well as Business Analysts, Finance Directors, and Managers to attend this educational event. Executives will gain a firsthand insight into other c-level perspectives on the innovative trends and technologies associated with next-generation data centers. Sponsored and attended by some of the industry’s leading telecom companies and supported by iMiller Public Relations, the NJTC Data Center Summit also features several keynote speakers including Rich Miller, Editor and Chief of Data Center Knowledge and Joe Weinman, Author and Sr. VP, Cloud Services Strategy for Telx, to speak on its two ‘power’ panels.

The Summit’s first panel, entitled “DCIM Challenges and Opportunities,” examines the true value of Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) tools in the modern data center, as well as their role increasing energy efficiency and controlling underlying operating costs. The afternoon panel, “To Build or to Collocate: That Is the Question,” explores some of the biggest questions raised by today’s enterprises, including the advantages and disadvantages behind building data centers and colocation. Among the participants at this panel will be Pat Zinno, Director of IT, Operations-NJ, for Atlantic Health System, a loyal client of Cross River Fiber.

“As a fiber provider specializing in network design, management and construction, Cross River Fiber is interconnecting many of today’s next-generation data centers and colocation facilities in the New York/New Jersey metro area,” comments Vincenzo Clemente, CEO of Cross River Fiber. “In order to continue our success in providing reliable point-to-point connectivity amongst our clients, Cross River Fiber must uphold its commitment to remain on the cutting edge of data center technology. The NJTC Data Center Summit is one example of a highly informative, beneficial event that enables us to do so.”

Registration for the NJTC Data Center Summit: Working in the Clouds is $95.00 for members and $150.00 for non-members. For more information about the 2012 NJTC Data Center Summit: Working in the Clouds, visit www.njtc.org; to register for the event, click here. For more information about Cross River Fiber and its mission to design, construct and deliver the most innovative fiber optic network solutions, visit www.crossriverfiber.com or email info@crossriverfiber.com.

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About Cross River Fiber
Cross River Fiber, Inc. is a New Jersey-based CLEC (Competitive Local Exchange Carrier) and boutique dark fiber solutions provider that designs, constructs and maintains its own independent fiber-optic network infrastructure. Designed around a company’s unique requirements, Cross River Fiber provides the most effective and scalable high-speed fiber optic network to meet the stringent business requirements of today’s businesses.