London – 23 April 2013: BroadGroup estimates that by 2016, around 70% of Europe’s data centers will be operated by enterprises. Thinking differently about data centers provides the focus for this year’s Datacentres Europe, (www.datacentreseurope.com) now in its 9th year it is the largest regional event for the IT infrastructure and cloud sector.
In a packed programme attended by 1k executives from across Europe, the conference will focus on how radical changes in the fabric of data centres, Cloud, modular, DCIM gamechanger software, new innovations in cooling and electrical power and much more will impact today’s facilities and the way in which services are procured. Finance, investment and the market landscape also feature as key topics.
Speakers and experts from enterprises complement insights from world class organisations and join forces to present a powerful agenda dedicated to the transformative process that lies ahead towards a flexible computing environment.
Key representatives participating include Amazon Web Services, Bloom Energy, Google, DLB Associates, Morgan Stanley, AOL, Atos, SwitchNAP, TelecityGroup, Datacenterpulse, Godrich Consulting LLC, T-Systems, Telia Sonera International Carrier, Kazakh Telecom, Schneider Electric, HP, CommScope, I/O and many more will take part in facilitated panels and case studies and provide insight into the management of today’s IT infrastructure, data, energy and cloud.
“Datacentres Europe is a global meeting place and forum,” commented Warwick Dunkley, vice president at BroadGroup. “With the participation of executives from more than 30 countries, it will deliver a tremendous programme covering critical technical, commercial and operational topics aligned to the changing data center and cloud environment. In feedback, attendees tell us that Nice is the best event and location to meet and network.”
The conference taking place 29-30 May, hosts 4 conference theatres, accredited training each day, specialist security workshops, new product demos, masterclasses, user case studies, an industry exhibition and also the annual presentation of the European Code of Conduct Awards by the European Commission.
The event patron is Schneider Electric, and the global platinum sponsors are Hewlett Packard and Intel. It is supported by sponsors, including Panduit, Socomec, Stulz, CommScope, Digiplex, Dataplex, Bird and Bird LLP, eco, Siemens, APL, MigSolv, Cofely GDF Suez, Business Sweden, Caterpillar, Volta, Bouygues and Telia Sonera International Carrier plus a wide number of organisation, industry and media partners.