Datapipe is official sponsor of Robot Row at WIRED NextFest


Hoboken, NJ — September 26, 2006 — Datapipe, a global provider of managed hosting and security services, announced today the sponsorship of the Robot Row pavilion within the WIRED NextFest at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City.

“At NextFest you can see the technology of tomorrow, today. We’re pleased to be a part of an event that both inspires and challenges attendees to innovate,” said Robb Allen, Datapipe CEO.

Robot Row features HUBO, the first robot to move each finger individually, as well as Actroid, a Japanese robot capable of speaking four languages.

“We are proud to announce Datapipe’s alliance with WIRED NextFest as the official sponsor of Robot Row, one of the event’s most popular attractions.” said Jay Lauf, Publisher, WIRED Magazine.


About NextFest

Starting September 29th , New York City plays host to the 3rd annual WIRED NextFest, an exposition that brings together innovations from top scientists, researchers, and entrepreneurs from around the globe. Envisioned as a new kind of “world’s fair, ” WIRED NextFest 2006 offers more than 150 exhibits about the future of exploration, entertainment, robotics, transportation, health, communication, design, security, and imagination. You’ll be able to experience and interact with many of the exhibits yourself at WIRED NextFest.

To find out more about NextFest, please visit http://www.nextfest.net.