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Hollywood Meets Silicon Valley at the Goya Theater and Dream Hotel
CoreSite Realty Corporation (NYSE:COR) (“CoreSite,” or the “Company”), a premier provider of secure, reliable, high-uptime data center campuses with high-performance cloud access and interconnection solutions across the U.S., announced they are the proud co-presenting sponsor of the upcoming Infinity Festival 2021 in Hollywood, CA November 2-4.
Now in its exciting fourth year, the forward-focused Infinity Festival is the place where Hollywood meets Silicon Valley. The multi-day annual event held in Los Angeles brings together Hollywood’s finest storytelling talent with the innovative creators of cutting-edge technology. For 2021, Infinity Festival will blend in-person and virtual events for a unique hybrid experience. The in-person portion will be held in several adjacent Hollywood locations with most events happening at Goya Studios and the Dream Hotel; the online component will be presented through the easy-to-use FNvirtual event platform. The festival will continue its theme of “Story Enabled by Technology” with an entirely new slate of innovative programming, including industry-leading speakers, panel discussions, an exhibit hall, innovation labs and a fine art gallery, each with an emerging-tech focus.
“We are excited to sponsor and attend this event in person,” stated Maile Kaiser, CoreSite’s Senior Vice President of Sales. “This immersive media event enables us to showcase how CoreSite uniquely enables our media and entertainment customers to innovate and monetize their business by interconnecting and interoperating with all the partners in their digital workflow. Our unique solutions provide direct, secure and virtual connections to transfer content and collaborate in real-time – providing a native digital supply chain to expedite time to market.”
Demand for hybrid IT solutions from the media and entertainment industry continues to increase as we move into the 5G era. Innovation in animation and visual effects production, streaming media platforms, augmented and virtual reality, gaming, in-car entertainment, digital classrooms and other immersive experiences require this next generation network – in addition to a collaboration between media and entertainment, network provider, technology and cloud providers.
“At CoreSite, our media and entertainment customers are constantly evaluating ways to improve performance to better their customers’ experience. That is why it is so critical to deploy a hybrid IT strategy from an interconnection hub like CoreSite. Our native cloud onramps to all the major cloud providers and an ecosystem of networks, service providers and enterprises enable our customers to optimize performance, lower latency and guarantee uptime,” said Brian Eichman, Senior Director, Solution Architecture and Product Development.
Eichman has unique experience in this space, developing interconnection solutions for communities of cloud, network, service provider and enterprises. He will bring this experience center stage as he presents 5G’s Starring Role in Immersive Media at the Infinity Festival on November 3rd at 2:30pm PT. There he will examine the critical role 5G plays in enabling innovation to deliver seamless, immersive customer experiences.
Eichman will be featured throughout the event, in this session and on two live panels; The Future of Work and The Democratization of Virtual Production, Thursday November 4th at 10:30am PT and 4:30pm PT respectively.
Interested in attending? Register with promo code CORE50DC and save 50% off admission. Be sure to stop by the CoreSite Hollywood Lounge, at the Infinity Festival, for your chance to win a Quest Oculus!
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