LEADERS OF DATACENTRES IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE TO MEET IN WARSAW
Warsaw – 8 July 2013 – The leaders of datacentre businesses across central and eastern Europe will converge on Warsaw at the end of September for the third regional summit (www.datacentrescee.com).
Research by BroadGroup, the event researcher and organizer, suggests that the central and eastern European region is increasingly well positioned to exploit the next wave of datacentre development as international enterprises seek new markets, fibre deployment is sustained, outsourcing opportunities evolve, and investors monitor growth prospects across the key metropolitan areas.
Reflecting these opportunities, the conference will include a special focus on the CEE regional market for data centres, enterprises and their evolving outsourcing needs as emerging private clouds, new technologies and market growth impact across the sector.
The programme includes a regional leadership panel, a new and updated market perspective of CEE, with current trends in demand in datacentre markets across the region and growth forecasts, datacentre finance and investment, colocation and hosting, efficiency in datacentres, modular, fibre connectivity, DCIM and cloud service deployment and evolution.
“The third edition of Datacentres Central and Eastern Europe is one of the most important events for IT industry in our region,” commented Sebastian Chojnacki, Marcom Manager CEE, Schneider Electric Polska Sp. z o.o. “This year's meeting will include new trends in effective energy management, which is the most current subject that is very close to our company – that is why we cannot miss it. Participation in this event is a great opportunity for us to discuss, exchange experiences and present our solutions for more efficient and effective data centers management.”
“Datacentre outsourcing is competitive and increasing across CEE,” commented Gregory Gerot, project director at BroadGroup. “We are also seeing a great deal of innovation in cooling methodologies as well as commercial propositions that make the region very attractive to enterprises. The event has a stellar speaker academy, content of great value to all attendees and outstanding networking with peers across the region.”
Sponsors include Schneider Electric, Anixter, and Future Facilities. The event is supported by the EBRD and IDC-G.Datacentres.com News circulated daily to thousands of subscribers is the official publication for the event. @datacentresnews. Media partners include decyzje-IT.pl and CRN Patronat.
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