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Rich Miller is a veteran analyst who has been tracking the data center for more than a decade, developing deep insights into the companies and business drivers in the market for Internet infrastructure, including cloud computing, colocation and web hosting sectors. Rich's insights on the data center industry have been cited in coverage by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal,.The Financial Times, Wired and the Washington Post, among others.
Andy Harless is an economist specializing in macroeconomics, with particular interests in labor and finance. Since finishing his doctorate at Harvard University in 1994, he has been involved in a number of projects related to economics, including writing econometric software, developing quantitative methods to forecast US Treasury yields, and co-authoring The Indebted Society with James Medoff. He also has experience trading several types of financial futures. His occasional writing has appeared in various publications such as Barron’s and Grant’s Interest Rate Observer. Currently he is Chief Economist at Atlantic Asset Management (http://www.atlanticasset.com/). Opinions expressed in his articles (as well as any errors or omissions) are entirely his own and do not necessarily reflect those of Atlantic Asset Management or its officers.
Visit his blog: Employment, Interest and Money (http://blog.andyharless.com)
I'm the Director of Research at Wonder. Come check it out (askwonder.com)
Previously, I worked for Seeking Alpha from 2008-2015. During that time, I was involved in building out the PRO and Marketplace subscription platforms, and also spent time writing 'Wall Street Breakfast' and writing for the Breaking News team.
Before joining Seeking Alpha, I co-founded a (short-lived) start-up for crowd-sourced angel investing and worked in the private banking division of a boutique bank. I've got an M.Sc. in applied economics from Georgia Southern University, and a B.A. in economics from Brandeis University.
My husband and I live in Israel with our two children.
Paolo Gorgo' founded Nortia Research to pursue his passion for equity research. Paolo is an Italy-based investor who mostly analyzes distressed debt and turnaround cases. On Seeking Alpha, he started covering the Telecommunications Infrastructure and Colocation Industry, whose turnaround has been impressive - see Paolo's article: "Equinix's Journey From IPO To The Nasdaq 100 Through Near Bankruptcy".
His commentary has been quoted both by news organizations like Reuters and listed companies like Equinix, Switch and Data, TelX (Digital Realty), etc.
Paolo can be reached at: admin [at] nortiaresearch [dot] com
R. Scott Raynovich is an internationally recognized expert in technology, telecom, and investment markets. He has been quoted in publications including Reuters, Dow Jones, Barron's, and the San Jose Mercury News. He has also been interviewed on CNN and National Public Radio.
From 2000 to 2008, Raynovich was the Editor in Chief, Editorial Director, and an equity partner at Light Reading, the leading online telecommunications news & analysis firm that grew from 0 to $20 million in revenues over the course of 8 years. It was acquired by United Business Media in 2005.
Prior to joining Light Reading, Raynovich was Investment Editor at Red Herring, where he also served as the New York Bureau Chief and helped build the original Redherring.com Website. Raynovich has also written for Wired.com and the Prague Post. In an unfortunate journalistic accident, he was once published in the German magazine Der Spiegel, without pay.
In his spare time, Raynovich raises a brood of three children (and a dog), strums a guitar, and searches for powder and trout in the backwoods of Southwestern Montana.
David Gross blogs about data center and cloud computing economics at DataCenterStocks.com.
He previously spent over four years at Salesforce.com, managing Capacity Planning, and worked in the telecommunications and data center industries prior to that.