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Data 2.0

September 12, 2012 10:00 ET

Media Alert: Last Day to Register for DataWeek Press & Media Pass

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - Sep 12, 2012) -

WHAT: DataWeek today announced the final call for press and analysts to register for the upcoming conference. DataWeek 2012 Conference and Festival is one of the largest San Francisco-based data conferences, including over 200 speakers, 100 workshops and talks, an Angel Hack big data hackathon, SF Beta DataWeek Edition, and events throughout the week. Featured speakers include Jay Parikh, VP of Infrastructure at Facebook; Mike Olson, CEO of Cloudera; Ping Li, partner at Accel; and Rob High, CTO of IBM Watson, the machine learning solution that outcompeted the top two human players at Jeopardy.

WHEN: Sept. 22-27, 2012

WHY: DataWeek provides media a chance to participate in San Francisco's largest convergence of the Big Data, Social Data, and Cloud Data industries. Hear leaders from companies like Facebook, Pandora, GigaOM, Google, LinkedIn, IBM, VMware, Netflix, Aspera, Birst, 3VR, Inc., BlueKai, Amazon, and others. For complete list visit

WHERE: The SPUR Urban Center, 654 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (Near 3rd & Mission)

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For all DataWeek media registrations, queries and requests, contact Monika Raj -, 415-794-6592

About Data 2.0: Data 2.0 believes the data revolution is when business and society realize that data is not just how you analyze your business: data is your business. The opportunity to succeed in business, technology, and society happens when we join a new ecosystem of data feeds, data infrastructure, data technologies, and data markets. Corporations today are unlocking the value in their terabytes of data, city governments are opening up their city data for public use, and thousands of "data startups" are building on top of emerging social data feeds. Data 2.0 is at the epicenter of this paradigm shift and through its premier conferences and events, brings together data industry thought leaders, innovators and evangelists to address the new data economy and its impact on business, technology, and society.

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