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DC leaders gather to tackle architecture transformation at Datacentres Europe 2014


Europe’s largest global IT infrastructure event brings together industry thought-leaders to discuss migration towards a more flexible computing environment

Datacentres Europe (DCE), the continent’s largest IT infrastructure event, has today announced a speaker programme featuring DC leaders from the likes of Google, Cisco, IBM and Digital Realty dedicated to discussing the transition towards a more flexible computing environment.          

Now in its tenth year, DCE has evolved to become one of the most prestigious IT industry events on the continent. The event offers thought leadership on critical technical and commercial issues in IT infrastructure, cloud, big data, energy, reliability and software, and boasts a content-rich program with an unparalleled platform for debate.

The powerful three-day agenda which includes insight from end-users, analysts and vendors alike has been confirmed and featured keynote speakers in Monaco on 27-29 May include:

-          Joe Kava, Vice President of Data Center at Google

-          Dr. Joe Polastre, Presidential Innovation Fellow, US Government

-          William Barney, CEO,Global Cloud Xchange, a Reliance Company

-          Bernard Geoghegan, Senior Vice President, EMEA,Digital Realty

-          Michael Tobin, CEO, TelecityGroup

  1.  Featuring roundtables, practical workshops, on-site training, and a host of other educational features, DCE is the most informative event in the data centre calendar.

Philip Low, CEO at Broadgroup comments: “With a host of experts and enterprise infrastructure leaders attending, DCE 2014 will allow the biggest names in the industry to discover, connect and exchange insights with fellow professionals across the data center ecosystem.”

The three day conference, held at the impressive Grimaldi Forum, will bring 1500 attendees from more than 30 countries up to date with current technologies and trends. As well as the impressive speaker line-up, practical topics and takeaways, on-site training will also be available to support enterprises in their technology solution challenges.

Low continues: “As data centre, cloud and big data technologies play an increasingly strategic role for businesses in almost every industry vertical, keeping up with current technologies and trends is essential. The event is created to help attendees develop their skills and DC strategies, while the packed speaker agenda will ensure they leave with plenty of ideas for future innovations.”