En 2016, DataCloud Europe s’étend jusqu’au continent africain!
Cette année, l’événement accueillera le premier sommet sur le déploiement d’infrastructures informatiques en Afrique, un continent plein d’opportunités pour les nouveaux investissements. En effet, l’industrie des data center en Afrique s’est progressivement développée ces dernières années, jusqu’à un tel point que beaucoup sont désormais prêts à y prendre part.
Senior Executives from Leading French Companies to Present at International Industry Conference in Monaco
London/Monaco, 9 May 2016 –Datacloud Europe 2016 (http://www.datacloudcongress.com/) which meets in June 7-9 in Monaco, will feature French companies and business leaders alongside international organisations presenting on issues around the critical eco system of cloud connectivity, fiber networks and data centers, as well as showcasing products and services.
Colocation Theme Of Schneider Electric Keynote At Datacloud Europe Will Underscore Opportunity For Data Center Expansion At The Edge
London/Monaco 12 May 2016 - Datacloud Europe, the region’s foremost networking and business deal making forum for data center and cloud players, their customers, investors and suppliers is delighted to announce the keynote opening by Schneider Electric, also patron of the event.
Mark Bidinger, President, Cloud and Service Provider Segment, Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, will present the opening keynote at the event which takes place in Monaco 8-9 June.
Luxembourg positioned as high specification stronghold for data intensive enterprises
A new report from BroadGroup suggests that Luxembourg, although holding just over 2% share by m2 space of EU-18 data centers, has nevertheless successfully positioned itself as a high specification data stronghold – with several Tier IV facilities – for data intensive enterprises demanding high levels of security and reliability.
Africa At Early Stages Of Significantly Sized Data Center Market Opportunity
A new report from international consultants BroadGroup, ahead of its Invest in Data Center Africa Summit on June 8th, suggests that although Africa has been originally cast as a mobile story, there are signs that the transition to digitalising economies is encouraging the development of carrier neutral facilities but warns that the journey will be challenging given the relatively low base from which demand in most countries is starting.