The Distributed Computing Industry Association (DCIA) is organizing the first P2P & Cloud Market Conference in New York on March 9. Speakers will discuss market strategies, business models and issues surrounding the use of intellectual property over P2P networks and clouds.
The agenda is not yet complete but it appears to be aiming at business issues facing companies planning to deliver content over cloud platforms.
DCIA is a nonprofit trade organization focused on commercial development of peer-to-peer (P2P), cloud computing, file-sharing, and related technologies. Member companies include BitTorrent, Cisco, Digital River, GridNetworks, Joost, Skype, and VeriSign.
Speakers will include Mike Saxon, Harris Interactive; Nicholas Butterworth, HD Cloud; Zeeshan Zaidi, COO, LimeWire; Michael Papish, MediaUnbound and Robert Levitan, Pando Networks.
For more information, see the DCIA website.