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Innovation in Information Technology flourishes at Europe’s largest infrastructure event

Europe’s largest IT Infrastructure event will demonstrate notable examples of current global innovation in information technology


Europe’s largest IT Infrastructure event will demonstrate notable examples of current global innovation in information technology. The 2013 Datacentres Europe event taking place in Nice 29-30 May promises to reveal a range of gamechanger solutions that will innovate data center and cloud businesses across the region (
Speakers and experts from enterprises complement insights from world class organizations and join forces to present a powerful agenda dedicated to the transformative process that lies ahead towards a flexible computing environment.
In a packed programme attended by executives from across Europe and international, the conference will focus on how radical changes in the fabric of data centres, Cloud, modular, DCIM software, cooling and electrical power and much more will impact today’s critical infrastructure and the way in which services are procured. Finance, investment and the market landscape also feature as key topics.
Programme highlights include the first European preview of HP Moonshot, a powerful example of new technology as the world’s first software defined web server that will accelerate innovation while delivering breakthrough efficiency and scale; the groundbreaking Amazon Redshift, a fully managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse service costing a tenth of the cost of most traditional solutions; Teracool’s method that links a data center’s rejected heat with a Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) terminal’s surplus refrigeration; Schneider Electric’s innovative solutions for access to energy; and IO’s data center operating system (DCIM) that can manage both modular and raised floor facilities. More innovation will be found across all four theatres at the event including the Cloud theatre, Energy theatre and specialist workshops.
Drawing on innovative global developments inspiring speakers from Range International China to Kazakh Telekom will offer their interpretation of thinking differently about data centers.
“With more than 35 hours of content across 2 days, this intensive programme provides the most comprehensive vista of data center and IT infrastructure that enterprise managers attending will call upon for quite some time after the event,” commented Philip Low, managing director at BroadGroup.  “Knowledge share is augmented by the tremendous networking that takes place at this annual event, generating sometimes significant business opportunities.”
Attendees include executives in enterprises who are managing IT, data center infrastructure and facilities, telcos, data center operators, web 2.0 firms, cloud service providers, cooling specialists, solutions providers, equipment vendors and consultancies.
Key sponsors include Schneider Electric, Hewlett Packard, Intel, Panduit, Socomec, Stulz, CommScope, Bird and Bird, Anixter, Digiplex, Dataplex, Virtus, eco and Siemens.



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