Datacentres Central and Eastern Europe

Datacentres Central and Eastern Europe
Start: February 22, 2012
End: February 23, 2012
Address: Prague, Czech Republic
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Market and Technology Insight + Outstanding Networking with CEE region peers

The data centre market globally is forecast to experience substantial growth over the next 3-5 years due to the convergence of several factors including M-commerce and 4G, E-commerce and video usage, fibre deployment, data transfer, storage and the onset of costs and efficiency savings found in new technologies.

Central and eastern European region is increasingly well positioned to exploit the next wave of data centre development as international Enterprises seek new markets, fibre deployment is sustained, outsourcing opportunities evolve, and investors turn their attention to the growth prospects across the key metropolitan areas.

Attendees at the annual CEE summit will gain access to a unique package of benefits:

  • enterprises considering outsourcing or establishing their own data centres regionally
  • services and solution providers seeking new markets
  • investors assessing new opportunities
  • telcos and carriers assessing fibre availability or business partners
  • all users who require greater insight into the very latest technology from an expert academy of speakers

Highlights of the event features the conference, special sessions, and an industry exhibition Plus – all attendees benefit from the extensive content and insight provided, plus an unparalleled opportunity to network with peers from across the CEE region.

In 2012, the host city for the second regional conference for data centres in central and eastern Europe is Prague, Czech Republic.



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