MORE-IP US 2015 Focuses on the Challenges of Growing a Business and Forecasting and Managing Infrastructure and Services Demands Within the Internet and IP Interconnection Vertical s
AMS-IX USA Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of AMS-IX (Amsterdam Internet Exchange), the world’s leading Internet Exchange, announces its one-day conference, MORE-IP US, taking place June 4, 2015, in San Francisco. The event will bring together peering, wholesale business and Internet engineering professionals interested in forecasting and managing Internet infrastructure and services demands and entrepreneurship experiences within the Internet industry and IP Interconnection verticals.
MORE-IP US includes discussions concerning the AMS-IX platforms, as well collaboration, content hosting, data centers, entrepreneurship, equipment, testing and transport in the exchange community. The event also offers the opportunity to network with participants during the event. A wide range of professionals from every Internet-related sector will be present and participating, including executives from data centers and transport providers to Internet applications, mobile, cloud, gaming and content networks organizations to the access, service and hosting providers that make up the AMS-IX community. Members of the media and industry analysts will also be present.
The theme of the event, “Getting Started,” which is based on the MORE-IP event in the Netherlands, will present the experience of AMS-IX in deploying Internet Exchange platforms in the U.S. and of esteemed entrepreneurs, including Daan Weddepohl, founder and CEO of successful start-up Peerby.com. The keynote speaker is Amir Amiri, Head of Technical Operations at Uber, the American international transportation company based in San Francisco. More information on who will be speaking can be found on the agenda.
“AMS-IX is pleased to announce our inaugural MORE-IP US event in San Francisco,” remarks Job Witteman, Chief Executive Officer at AMS-IX. “The conference will offer a valuable opportunity for peering, wholesale business and Internet engineering professionals to discuss the future of Internet and IP interconnection in the US as well as gain insight into new strategies for growing their business.”
The MORE-IP US event, which is free to attend with an invitation, will conclude with a social networking session. To RSVP, please review the registration policy found here.