An Impressive Lineup of Industry Leaders to Speak at the World’s Premier Datacentre and Cloud Conference
BroadGroup's premier European Datacentre and Cloud event will feature presentations from some of the industry's most respected experts and business leaders from top international corporations. The conference which will play host to over 1,800 senior executives and decision makers from around the world is to be held in Monte Carlo 3-4 June 2015
Speakers from a diverse range of international organisations will come together to share their experiences and vision.
Data Centre and Cloud Awards to be announced at ceremony in Monaco
London May 13, 2015: Datacloud Europe, Global Congress & Exhibition, June 3 -4th 2015, Monaco (www.datacloudcongress.com) will host to this year's most anticipated Datacentre & cloud awards on the eve of the two day conference which looks set to attract 1800 industry influences and senior executives.
Executive Speaker Line Up Continues to Grow for Datacloud Europe, the premier Datacenter & Cloud Conference
London 14th May, 2015– BroadGroup’s world respected European Data Center and Cloud event (www.datacloudcongress.com) continues to attract executive users of IT infrastructure, industry leaders and influencers from the most respected international corporations. The two-day conference held in Monte Carlo, 3 -4 June 2015 will play host to senior executives and decision makers from more than 50 countries.
Dark fibre value increases as investors perceive the pan european opportunity
London, 20 May 2015 - A new report by BroadGroup reveals new opportunities for dark fibre have increased significantly driven by new demand, relatively few pan European providers and regulatory pressure.
Reviewing the market, Dark Fibre Europe 3, reports on the dispersed nature of dark fibre networks across the region where traditional academic network usage has been overtaken by demand from new players such as data centre operators and mobile networks.
Competition in Colocation in Europe’s Data Centres steps up in Q1 2015
London, 25 May 2015 – The new Colocation Markets Quarterly (CMQ) study researched by BroadGroup covering Q1 of 2015 reveals that London has in contrast to the other three Tier 1 cities, bucked the trend in terms of supply of colocation by power and space.
Where Amsterdam and Frankfurt are experiencing strong demand and growth at present, over-capacity remains present in the London / M25 market. Paris is presently static although demand is evident at regional level.