WARSAW FORUM PREVIEWS DATACENTER AND CLOUD INNOVATION IN CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE
Warsaw – 9 September 2013 – The leaders of datacenter businesses across central and eastern Europe will converge on Warsaw 26 September for the third regional summit (www.datacentrescee.com).
Research by consulting firm BroadGroup, suggests that the Central and Eastern European region is increasingly well positioned to exploit the next wave of datacenter development as regional Enterprises outsourcing requirements increase, fibre deployment is sustained, and investors fund infrastructure growth across the key metropolitan cities.
Reflecting these opportunities, the conference will include a special focus on the CEE regional market for datacenters, enterprises and their evolving outsourcing needs, the deployment of private cloud, new technologies and market growth impact across the sector.
Sylwester Biernacki, CEO, Plix, Cristian Grigore, Managing Director, NxData, Andris Gailitis, CEO, DEAC and Jan Tomko, Managing Director, Datahouse a.s representing four CEE countries, will join the regional leadership panel at the annual forum
Ms Anna Anna Katarzyna Nietyksza, President and founder of EuroCloud Poland Association, CEO of the group EFICOM SA, Member of the European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels, and Member of the Digital Agenda Group and Group working on cloud computing opinion will present a keynote on Cloud in CEE markets.
The event will feature new research from BroadGroup with current trends in demand in datacentre markets across the region and growth forecasts, customer case studies, cloud panels, a critical focus on datacenter energy management and DCIM, finance and investment for datacenter and cloud business in CEE, colocation business models, sustainability and efficiency in datacentres, fibre and network connectivity.
“The CEE markets are increasingly important for datacentre and cloud service outsourcing,” commented Steve Wallage, managing director at BroadGroup Consulting. “We are seeing continued investment as well as commercial datacentre propositions that make the region very attractive to enterprises. The event has a stellar speaker academy, content of tremendous value to all attendees and outstanding networking opportunities with peers across the region.”
Sponsors include Schneider Electric, DEAC, Anixter, Atman, Future Facilities, CBRE, Bird & Bird and Invest Lithuania. Industry Partners include International Data Centre Group, EBRD, eco, EFICOM and Eurocloud Polska. The official media partner is datacentres.com.
Media partners include decyzje-IT.pl, CRN Patronat, PMR, Oasis, ECM Plus, Computerworld, eco, Datacenterjournal, Bvents, ECM Plus, BoogarLists, Haking, thedatachain, Balkans.com, businessvibes, TechWeek Europe, Conferencelocate.com, CRMxchange, Mind Commerce, eForensics Magazine, Asia Today, and InfoCom.