Originally posted to TelecomNewsroom,
The use of cloud computing throughout Europe is rapidly growing, with estimates indicating market growth to €44.8 billion by 2020, five times that of 2013. In addition, to support this growth and provide the necessary space for enterprise functions, the European data center market is expected to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 14.1 percent from 2016 to 2022 according to Market Research & Statistics.
These forecasts set the stage for BroadGroup’s Datacloud Europe 2017 Global Congress & Exhibition, taking place at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco on June 6-8, 2017. As the premier networking and deal making event for data center and cloud leaders as well as their customers and investors, this forum brings together solutions providers, location agencies, power companies, infrastructure and connectivity leaders, data center service firms, cooling specialists, investors, data center audit firms, and government agencies.
For 13 years, Datacloud Europe, formerly known as Datacentres Europe, has served as a beacon for high quality content, offering thought-leadership across cloud markets and technologies while performing a critical role as an international networking opportunity for industry professionals. This year’s event will feature a compelling line-up of speaking sessions, including the featured Data Centre Forum panel presented by the Infrastructure Masons with participants Christian Belady, General Manager Data Center Services, Microsoft; Dean Nelson, Head of Compute, Uber: and Joe Kava, VP of Data Centers, Google.
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