55 countries represented at Datacloud Europe for annual data centre and cloud leadership conference in Monaco

The annual Data Centre and Cloud event attracting the leadership of sector businesses worldwide takes place once again in Monaco this week.

Datacloud Europe promises one of the most extensive so far with 180 expert speakers addressing agenda setting issues across data centres, cloud, energy, construction, internet of things, cyber security, smart cities, innovations in cooling, connectivity and fibre, finance and investment.

This year marks the first time four of the leaders of Europe’s top data centre players – Eric Schwartz, president EMEA, Equinix; John Hughes CBE, executive chairman, TelecityGroup; Masaaki Moribayashi, managing director, NTT Europe Ltd, and Jarrett Appleby, chief operations officer, Digital Realty – have met publicly in a panel discussion chaired by Steve Wallage, managing director of commercial due diligence market leader BroadGroup Consulting.

The conference will also hear a much anticipated address from industry entrepreneur Michael Tobin OBE, on post-merger Europe.

Beginning on the evening of 2nd with the annual Awards ceremony, the event is characterised by an all embracing programme for learning and insight, wide range of networking activities and sponsor led events across the 2 days, on site product demonstrations, four theatres, cyber security summit with award-winning expert Graham Clulely discussing the chilling prospect of the next wave of cybercrime, dark fibre workshop based on new BroadGroup research, finance and investment forum, a tour de force covering data centre market opportunities in Turkey, Africa, Nordics, East Med, China, Ireland, Malaysia and Viborg Denmark (one of the two new Apple Data centre locations in Europe).

The importance of cloud and the revolution it is driving will be addressed in a keynote by Abhijit Dubey, Principal McKinsey & Company (San Francisco) and experts including Sam Johnston of Equinix, Joe Baguley of VMWare and Cole Crawford, ceo of Vapor.io will present a new keynote, “Why General George S Patton was right. How IOT is driving a shift in Cloud Computing.”

“Datacloud brings together the global leadership of data centre businesses with 55 countries represented this year,” commented Philip Low, managing director of BroadGroup,

“With a distinguished panel of speakers, relevant content, and an enterprise led programme with end user case studies, Datacloud also offers a great trading forum for buyers and sellers of services, products and even companies. Unparalleled anywhere in terms of the audience profile and mix, the event takes place against the exceptional backdrop of Monaco and the Mediterranean coast as a place to do deals.”

Download the FREE Datacloud Europe 2015 Mobile App

Key features:

  • View the full programme including speaker bio’s and personalise your schedule
  • See who’s exhibiting and find them using the interactive floor plan
  • Connect with other attendees by sharing messages and making appointments
  • Follow the conference Twitter & LinkedIn feeds and join the conversation
  • Swap and save contacts directly to your phone or tablet with the business card facility
  • Receive the latest news and updates throughout the conference
  • Customise and plan your time at the conference in advance
  • Keep up to date with real-time developments via the notifications
  • Leave valuable feedback for each session you participate in

Download Datacloud Europe 2015 app for Android.
Download Datacloud Europe 2015 app for iOS.

[signoff predefined=”Enjoy this?” icon=”users”][/signoff]

Rapid Mobile

Rapid Mobile uses cookies, tokens, and other third party scripts to recognise visitors of our sites and services, remember your settings and privacy choices, and - depending on your settings and privacy choices - enable us and some key partners to collect information about you so that we can improve our services and deliver relevant ads.

 

By continuing to use our site or clicking I Accept, you agree that Rapid Mobile and our key partners may collect data and use cookies for personalised ads and other purposes, as described more fully in our privacy policy.

 

You can change your settings at any time by clicking Manage Settings or by visiting our Privacy Centre for more detailed information.

 

Privacy Settings saved!
Cookie Services

When you visit any website, it may store or retrieve information on your browser, mostly in the form of cookies. Because we respect your right to privacy, you can choose not to allow some types of cookies. Click on the different category headings to find out more and change our default settings. However, blocking some types of cookies may impact your experience of the site and the services we are able to offer.

These cookies allow us to count visits and traffic sources, so we can measure and improve the performance of our site.

We track anonymized user information to improve our website.
  • _ga
  • _gid
  • _gat

Decline all Services
Accept all Services