Data centre industry giants to debate at Datacloud Europe 2015

Leaders of the world's largest data centre providers will thrash out the future of the industry at a two-day event in Monaco on 3rd-4th June, in front of 2,000 delegates, covering everything from cooling and energy to the Internet of Things and smart cities.

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Datacloud Europe will return this year, featuring a panel discussion featuring industry leaders, alongside the publication of a data centre market review by research firm BroadGroup Consulting.

The two-day event is to be held in Monaco on 3rd-4th June, with up to 2,000 delegates expected to attend presentations centring around issues affecting the data centre industry – from cooling and energy to the Internet of Things and smart cities.

The event will feature a panel discussion chaired by Broadgroup managing director Steve Wallage which will include TelecityGroup chairman John Hughes, NTT Europe managing director, Masaaki Moribayashi , Equinix EMEA president Eric Schwartz and Digital Realty CEO and CFO, William Stein.

“Datacloud brings together the leadership of data centre businesses, this year is the first time such a distinguished panel of speakers has been assembled and I am looking forward to a lively session,” said Steve Wallage, managing director, BroadGroup Consulting. 

“The event not only provides an enterprise led programme with end user case studies, but it also offers a trading forum for buyers and sellers of services, products and even companies.

“Unparalleled anywhere in terms of the audience profile and mix, we also have the exceptional backdrop of Monaco as a place to do deals.”

BroadGroup’s Wallage will also present the analyst firm’s annual ‘Global Datacentre Market Review - The Next 12 Months?’ report which will assess key issues impacting development of the data centre market.

This will explore the potential opportunities open today, as well as warning of risks in current and future markets, models and forecasts growth for the next 12 months and who will be the winners and losers.

Advanced standard tickets are available on the Datacloud Congress website.

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