The executive leadership of four of the most influential datacenter players will meet in what will be the first ever public conversation during a panel taking place at Datacloud Europe in Monaco 3-4 June.
Datacloud Europe is the region’s premier forum for IT and cloud Infrastructure executives. During a packed 2-day programme attended by 1.8k executives from more than 50 countries, the congress will focus on the radical impact of cloud on data centers, the continuing evolution of new innovations in cooling and energy and the way in which enterprise services are delivered and sourced. IoT, smart cities and data center investment also feature among many other topics in the content rich programme.
Steve Wallage, Managing Director, BroadGroup Consulting will present the annual Global Datacentre Market Review - The Next 12 Months Based on original research for the annual study by BroadGroup Consulting, the review assesses key issues impacting development of the data centre market. He explains the potential opportunities open today but also warns of risks in current and future markets, models and forecasts growth for the next 12 months and who will be the winners and losers.
This year the programme includes a unique panel discussion that will be chaired by Steve Wallage, and will include: John Hughes CBE, Executive Chairman, TelecityGroup, Masaaki Moribayashi, Managing Director, NTT Europe Ltd, Eric Schwartz, President EMEA, Equinix and William Stein, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer, Digital Realty.
“Datacloud brings together the leadership of data centre businesses,” commented Steve Wallage. “and this is the first time such a distinguished panel of speakers has been assembled. The event not only provides an enterprise led programme with end user case studies, but it also offers a trading forum for buyers and sellers of services, products and even companies. Unparalleled anywhere in terms of the audience profile and mix, we also have the exceptional backdrop of Monaco as a place to do deals.”
Internationally the event will see significant attendance this year in particular from Nordic countries, the Netherlands, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, CEE markets, in addition to traditional levels of attendance from France and the UK. Delegations will also be attending from Germany, China, South East Asia, the Middle East and North America.