• Awards Evening - 12th June 2018

  • Datacloud Awards 2018

    11th Datacloud Awards Dinner & Ceremony
    Location: Salles Des Etoiles, Monte Carlo, Monaco
    Open to Platinum and Gold Ticket holders – Black Tie

  • 18:30
  • Champagne drinks reception
  • 20:00
  • Dinner will be served
  • 21:30
  • Datacloud Europe Awards 2018
  • Ellie Taylor

    Host for evening: award winning comedian, Ellie Taylor

  • Huawei         Intel

    Accelerating Cloud DC Revolution with ISP

    Huawei Pan-European ISP Summit June 12th

    Grimaldi Forum, Monaco

    With the rapid development of cloud computing, big data, and artificial intelligence: the demand for distributed resources, backups, etc. has increased dramatically; and more and more enterprises have enabled cloud services. The traditional ISP (Internet Service Provider) was announced to fully enter the transition phase of cloudization: the service goes to the cloud side; and the architecture transferring from the traditional data center to the cloud data center. Huawei, as a provider and innovator of cloud services and infrastructure, is committed to helping ISPs transform rapidly; building unified cloud management, application acceleration, agile distribution, and green energy-saving cloud data centers.

    To help ISPs accelerate the cloud transformation and grasp the current development opportunities, Huawei will hold a pan-European ISP summit "Accelerating cloud DC Revolution with ISP" at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco on June 12th, 2018. In this summit, Huawei will work with customers and partners to discuss the technological evolution and new business opportunities in the ISP transition. Inviting industry-leading analysts, Internet service providers and cloud data center service providers to share their unique views. Here, you will get the latest industry trends, collide and communicate with internet solution providers from different countries, and also learn about and experience Huawei's solutions and business cases in the ISP field.

    Register here:

  • 09:00
  • Registration
  • 10:00
  • Opening Speech
  • 10:05
  • The Role of ISPs in a Cloud World
  • 10:20
  • Cloud Driven ISP: Technology for Next Step Evolution
  • 10:50
  • Transformation from hosting to Cloud service Provider
  • 11:10
  • Huawei Converged Cloud Data Centre Solution to Assist Expansion
  • 11:30
  • DC Hosting Case Sharing
  • 11:50
  • Huawei L1 solution of Data Center
  • 12:05
  • Lunch Break
  • 13:30
  • How to speed up DC connect in Cloud Era
  • 14:00
  • Huawei Network Solution for Cloud Fiber Transformation
  • 14:30
  • Afternoon Coffee/Tea Break
  • 14:45
  • Penetrate Poland Education Market
  • 15:15
  • Network extend to edge, service extend to vertical industries
  • 15:45
  • Building Strong Ecosystem for FTTH Business
  • 16:15
  • Close of Summit
  • Further information:

    Enterprise Cloud Forum
  • 12th June - Enterprise Cloud Forum

  • 09:00
  • Registration Opens
  • 10:00
  • Chairman’s Opening Remarks

    Ivo Brook, Head of Content, Broad Group

  • 10:10
  • Opening Keynote Presentation

    Uber serves over 600 cities world-wide completing billions of trips every year. At this year’s Enterprise Cloud Forum, Dean Nelson, Head of Uber Compute, will share Uber's reference architecture that aligns data center, hardware, and network elements to deliver on-prem, on-demand Metal as a Service in tandem with multiple cloud partners.
    Dean Nelson, Head of Compute, Uber

  • 10:40
  • The Path to Transformation with Hybrid Cloud

    Cloud-enabled transformation has evolved from cost saving measure to business innovation strategy -- one that combines the cloud with cognitive capabilities to drive market disruption. This session explores the insight and agility you need to gain a competitive advantage; The foundational principles for a single hybrid cloud architecture; The essential attributes to enable business growth and innovation on the cloud; How microservices and cloud-based APIs can accelerate your innovation; Why existing data sources are so critical to your success; How DevOps and Containers can deliver new services around cognitive, machine learning and IoT; Roadblocks to avoid on your path to transformation
    Shankar Kalyana, IBM Fellow, CTO for Cloud Consulting Services, IBM

  • 11:10
  • The New World of Enterprise Blockchain, Cloud and Cryptocurrencies in Our Data Centers

    Kelly LeValley Hunt, Global Vice President Sales at BlockApps, will discuss what is a blockchain, use cases for blockchains in the enterprise space, how are enterprises adopting private blockchains, what is the difference between cryptocurrency and blockchain, how our data centers power these “miners,” and what's next?
    Kelly LeValley Hunt, Global VP Sales, BlockApps

  • 11:40
  • Is The Enterprise Security Landscape Really Evolving?

    Top security vendors refine their security solutions incessantly. A wave of new security startups emerges every year. Venture capital firms and end-user organisations invest more money than ever on potential game-changing security players. Nonetheless, the CISOs capability to defend IT infrastructures keeps deteriorating. Why?
    In this presentation, Alessandro Perilli, GM Management Strategy, Red Hat, offers a possible explanation and a proposal for a better way forward.
    Alessandro Perilli, GM, Management Strategy, Red Hat Inc.

  • 12:10
  • Lunch
  • 13:30
  • What does it mean to be Cloud agnostic and what do you get?

    The objective of becoming Cloud agnostic raises specific challenges of security, maintaining your infrastructure principles and compliance according to regulation, i.e. GDPR. This triangle forces the establishment of proper deployment and configuration in in order to balance Cloud objectives with other imperatives.
    Mustafa Öztürk, CIO, Enovos, Luxembourg S.A.

  • 14:00
  • Vendor management and infrastructure in the video games industry

    Cheap to start, quick to build, easy to run, highly available, low latency, scalable in seconds, feature-rich and resilient under the highest of loads - many XaaS vendors promise you all of the above (and more). Online gaming platform operations are being transformed by IaaS, CaaS, PaaS and SaaS - or, are they? Emanuel Schleussinger shares his real-world views on the state of online game operations and gives insight into his strategy for picking best-possible solutions from a vast option space.
    Emanuel Schleussinger, Managing Director and Director of Technology, Smilegate Games GmbH

  • 14:30
  • Coffee Break
  • 14:50
  • The Enterprise Journey to the Cloud

    Chair: Vijay Mistry, Partner, VIPA DIGITAL
    Chris Edmonds, Strategy Director, Worldpay
    Des Burke, CEO, Prudential Global Data Services
    Seán Moloney, European Data Centre Manager, Great-West Lifeco
    Dean Nelson, Head of Compute, Uber

  • 15:20
  • The Open Compute Project Panel

    Chair: Michalis Grigoratos, Executive Director, Data Centre Solutions, CBRE
    Matthew Baynes, Colocation & Telco Segment Director, Global Solutions, Schneider Electric
    Paul Finch, COO and Board Director, Kao Data
    Steve Helvie, VP of Channel, Open Compute Project (OCP)

  • 15:50
  • Concluding Remarks and End of Forum
  • 13th June - Datacloud Europe - Central Theatre – Critical Infrastructure Strategy

  • Guest Host for Theatre
    Spencer Kelly

    Spencer Kelly

  • 08:00
  • Registration Opens
  • 09:10
  • Innovation for Impact: Driving the next 80% improvement in data center energy consumption

    Our research shows that today’s data centers are 80% more efficient than those built with technology from just 10 years ago. In the next decade, society will demand more computing power but will not tolerate an increased energy footprint. So, the strategies used in the past will no longer be adequate. The future will require data center disruption. We will examine technologies and bold ideas that may enable us to more fully utilize resources, improve resiliency, minimize energy consumption, and reduce carbon footprint to create the next 80 percent improvement.
    Kevin Brown, Senior Vice President of Innovation & CTO, Schneider Electric, IT Division

  • 09:30
  • Data Center Global Leadership Panel

    Introductory Presentation

    William Barney

    William Barney
    Chairman and CEO, Global Cloud Xchange

    Leaders from across the global data center and cloud industry discuss the latest trends, technologies and strategies for the region’s industry. Analysing the completive landscape, views on infrastructure trends, emerging technologies and key developments to watch to define future market strategy.

    Michael Tobin

    Chair: Michael Tobin
    OBE, Industry Entrepreneur

    William Barney

    William Barney
    Chairman and CEO, Global Cloud Xchange

    Jonathan Schildkraut

    Jonathan Schildkraut
    Chief Strategy Officer, CyrusOne

    Bruno Lopez

    Bruno Lopez
    Group CEO, ST Telemedia Global Data Centres

    Avner Papouchado

    Avner Papouchado
    CEO, Server Farm Realty

  • 10:20
  • The Infrastructure Masons Panel – The Impact of Digital Technologies on Society

    The iMasons lead a discussion of how the unprecedented growth in digital infrastructure has influenced society. Hear about the opportunities and threats as digital infrastructure continues to expand and underpin every aspect of human life
    Can the Center hold?
    Data Centers run counter to the decentralization trend – they are very centralized. Eventually everyone will be their own node in a peer to peer consensus based network. Can the Center hold in the context of the rising demand for a no latency life?
    Truth and lies in a connected world
    Centralized services have fallen short in terms of highly personalized relevancy and trust- we see this with Facebook’s algorithms that try to serve all users and their human clean-up efforts requiring an increase from 7500 to over 20000 hired content moderators. In the relentless march toward automation, is “human in the loop” still necessary as a check and balance to bad actors in the system?
    Dean Nelson, Founder and Chairman, iMasons
    Curt Belusar, iMasons Advisory Council
    Dr. Julie M. Albright, Digital Sociologist and iMasons Board Member

  • 11:10
  • The Cloud Has Four Walls

    Information Technology is in the middle of one the largest architecture shifts, transitioning from traditional legacy networks to public & private clouds. However, the road ahead is long and enterprise architectures are still adjusting their legacy architectures despite the simplicity and low capital expenditure intensity the new cloud architectures generally come with. This presentation will discuss the complexities, opportunities, and long-term view as it pertains to enterprise information technology in the next five years.
    Sami Badri, Senior Equity Analyst, Credit Suisse

  • 11:30
  • Achieve and Accelerate Digital Revolution with ISP

    Qiu Lei, Vice President of Marketing and Product Solution Sales Department, Huawei Enterprise Business Group

  • 11:50
  • Defining the Edge…From the Market’s Perspective

    Rob Johnson, CEO, Vertiv

  • 12:10
  • Visibility and Analytics empowers Predictive Colocation Services

    IoT and Artificial Intelligence are critical drivers of cloud and colocation business growth as well as data center performance. With incredible amounts of data processed, managed and analyzed within the data center and its supporting facility, cloud and service providers have an opportunity to deploy IoT solutions in their own data center architectures for competitive advantage. It’s not enough to put sensors on everything, but to be deliberate about what data to collect that will provide in-depth and actionable information for optimum data center operations to capture value.
    This session will look at the challenges faced by data center professionals and will explore how EcoStruxure IT, a vendor neutral cloud-based platform can : provide visibility, provide insights and facilitate an open platform
    Matthew Farnell, Regional Director Northern Europe, Data Center Software & Digital Services, Schneider Electric, IT Division

  • 12:30
  • When the clouds part: How to better manage mixed data center environments

    Does the shift from on-premise, private clouds to co-location and public/hybrid clouds demand more visibility and operational control than you think you can deliver? Fortunately, data center management tools keep a vigil on power, thermal consumption, server health, and utilization, allowing better control no matter your cloud’s shape. In this session, learn how DCM enables real-time monitoring and precise management to lower operational costs and optimize infrastructure for today even as you’re forecasting for tomorrow.
    Ofer Lior, Business Executive, Data center Management Solutions, Intel DCM

  • 12:50
  • European Data Center Leadership Panel

    Leaders from the coal-face of Europe’s data center and cloud infrastructure leadership analyse growth drivers in the region, the impact of new regulation and emerging technologies and sset their sights on the future of the European data center sector.
    Chair: Tim Anker, Founder and Director, Colo-X The Colocation Exchange
    Régis Castagné, Managing Director – Southern Europe, Equinix
    Rob Coupland, Managing Director, EMEA, Digital Realty
    Neil Cresswell, CEO, VIRTUS Data Centres
    Andrew Fray, Managing Director UK, Interxion
    Hans Lehmann, CFO, Zayo Europe
    Detlef Spang, CEO, Colt Data Centre Services

  • 13:20
  • Lunch
  • 14:00
  • Modules & Money – Predjudice in Adaptive Data Center Design

    'Modular Datacenter' is one of the industry's contemporary buzz topics. Not surprisingly of course, because in the rapidly maturing datacenter business, return on investment and pay as you grow are critical success factors. Adaptable designs – combining speed, minimum initial investment with maximum flexibility and growth – appear to be the Holy Grail of datacenter design.
    But what defines 'adaptable' and what is 'modular'? What approaches does the industry take and why? Are the goals achievable? How are traditional client-supplier relationships affected? Is the industry itself flexible enough to keep up with these new and demanding approaches?
    The Siemens Center of Competence Datacenters has a broad experience with adaptable datacenter designs, big and small. In their contribution to this Theme Day, they will share their experience and hopefully provide some sapience in the process.
    David Meulenbroeks, Principal Electrical Engineer, Siemens

  • 14:20
  • Why Nordic Data Centers will be at the Forefront for CIOs and Senior Management

    Gisle M. Eckhoff, CEO, DigiPlex

  • 14:40
  • China in Transformation – The Roadmap for Digitalisation and Mobile First

    Paul de Billy, Cloud Director, Alibaba Group

  • 15:00
  • Finding Your Edge – What is the Impact of Emergent IT Infrastructure and Technologies on Existing Compute Delivery Models?

    Edge computing is heralded as the next great step in digital innovation and consumption, bringing compute capacity closer to the point of the source, away from centralized nodes to the logical extremes of a network. Our panel will discuss what this means for data center and cloud infrastructure and how we must rethink existing paradigms of compute delivery and infrastructure ownership and responsibilities.
    Chair: Andrew Jay, Executive Director, CBRE
    Garry Connolly, Founder and President, Host In Ireland
    Rob Johnson, CEO, Vertiv
    Mervyn Kelly, Marketing Director, EMEA, Ciena
    Detlef Spang, CEO, Colt Data Centre Services
    Jason Rylands, Head of International Sales, iNNOVO Cloud
    Dick Theunissen, Managing Director EMEA, EdgeConneX

  • 15:30
  • Evolving Data Center to meet the needs of more demanding clients

    Join Schneider Electric and 4 leading colocation players to discuss how they are changing their approach to meet the needs of end users whose expectations are changing. Enhanced monitoring, new designs capable of supporting integrated racks, Internet of Things, Digital Services are just a few of the requirements that the industry is seeing. Which are real? Which are noise? How do you tell the difference?
    Chair: Greg Jones, VP Strategy & Offer Management – Cloud & Service Provider Segment, Schneider Electric
    Lex Coors, Chief Data Center Technology and Engineering Officer, Interxion
    Svein Alte Hagaseth, Chief Strategy Officier, Green Mountain
    Gérard Thibault, Chief Technical Officer, Kao Data

  • 16:00
  • Afternoon Networking Break
  • 16:20
  • Internet Exchange Panel – Exploring the Industry Trends and Strategies

    Bringing together representatives from some of Europe’s key IXPs, the panel will discuss the latest develops in the sector, the impact of new technologies and perspectives on the future development of the IXP market sector.
    Chair: Kurt-Erik Lindqvist, CMO, LINX; Chairman of the Board, Euro-IX
    Thomas King, Chief Innovation Officer, DE-CIX
    John Souter, CEO, LINX – The London Internet Exchange
    Jesse Robbers, CCO, AMS-IX

  • 16:50
  • The Future Data Center – How is The Data Center Ecosystem Evolving?

    Emergent technologies place and increasing burden on legacy data center and cloud infrastructure. AI, edge computing, IoT, crypto-mining, among others, have all appeared to place unique burdens on existing infrastructure. How have data center design and technologies evolved to account for new compute demands?
    Chair: Stéphane Piot, Head of Paris office, Analysys Mason
    Michael Akinla, Senior Manager, Technical Systems Engineering, EMEA, Panduit
    Mike Byrnes, Director - Cloud & Data Center Sales & Services, EMEA, Eaton Electrical
    Amy Daniell, Director – Mission Critical, EMEA&I Region, AECOM
    Henry Daunert, CCO, NxtVn
    Ed Galvin, CEO, DC Byte
    Kelly LeValley Hunt, Global VP Sales, BlockApps

  • 17:30
  • End of Day One
  • 13th June - Datacloud Europe - Theatre 2 – Finance, Investment and Regulation

  • Chair: Richard Hall, Chief Executive, Founder, CloudOrigin
  • 11:30
  • State of the Colocation Market Review

    An exploration of the key colocation markets and players in the past 12 months – key trends, developments, market drivers and predictions for the year ahead.
    Steve Wallage, Managing Director, BroadGroup Consulting

  • 11:50
  • Developing France as a Data Center Hub

    After London, Frankfurt and Amsterdam, can Paris become the new attractive hub for the cloud giants and their European strategies?
    Chair: Olivier Micheli, President of France Datacenter & General Manager, Data4 Group
    Alfonso Castro, Director of Cloud Strategy, Microsoft
    François Sterin, Chief Industrial Officer, OVH
    Fabrice Coquio, CEO, Interxion France

  • 12:30
  • Building the Edge: Convergence in TMT Infrastructure Investment

    The increasing deployment of IoT and ‘connected everything’ has seen the rise to prominence of edge computing to drive compute efficiency at all levels of the network. This increasingly necessitates a holistic view of data center, small cell, tower and fibre infrastructure to ensure the infrastructure is I place to meet the demands of big data in all its definitions.
    Jon Mauck, Managing Director and Head of Data Centers Investments, Digital Colony

  • 12:50
  • Investment and M&A Pt. I – Deals and Drivers in IT Infrastructure

    Recent years have seen unprecedented M&A activity in the data center infrastructure landscape. Our panel take a critical look at the emerging picture considering some of the key deals we have observed, market valuation and portfolio development. How do business models impact the attractiveness of a deal? Are we converging toward a tightly consolidated market? What is the future for independent or small data centers?
    Chair: Miles Loo, EVP, Newmark Knight Frank
    Hossein Fateh, Chairman & CEO, CloudHQ
    Jeff Ferry, VP, Goldman Sachs
    Byrne Murphy, Chairman, Digiplex Data Centers
    Jonathan Schildkraut, Chief Strategy Officer, CyrusOne
    Avner Papouchado, CEO, Server Farm Realty
    Madonna Park, Managing Director, Communications Infrastrucure, RBC Capital Markets

  • 13:20
  • Lunch
  • Section Chair: Richard Hall, Chief Executive, Founder, CloudOrigin
  • 14:00
  • Focus on Asia: Exploring Infrastructure Development and Investment

    Asia stands as the world’s economic powerhouse, and the fastest growing data center market globally. Booming economies are driving industry and consumer demand for data center and cloud infrastructure. Our panel discusses some of the key market characteristics, opportunities and share their experiences of operating in the region.
    Chair: Michael Tobin, OBE, Industry Entrepreneur
    Narendra Sen, Founder & CEO, RackBank Datacenters
    Oliver Jones, CEO, Chayora
    Guy Willner, Founder and CEO, IXcellerate

  • 14:20
  • Investment and M&A Pt. II – Appetite and Market Security

    In the second part of our focus on M&A and investment trends in IT infrastructure we will hear more from the funds and investors behind the deals. What are financial partners looking for in deal opportunities? What are their perspectives on market consolidation? And in what investment opportunities and geographies do they see the most opportunity going forward?
    Chair: Richard Hall, Chief Executive, Founder, CloudOrigin
    Ralph Choufani, Principal, Abry Partners
    Christian Mouchbahani, Managing Partner, M Capital Group
    Robin Brown, Head of TMT M&A, BDO Corporate Finance
    Sicco Boomsma, Director SF Telecom Media Technology, ING
    David Dederick, Partner, Bird & Bird LLP

  • 14:50
  • Data Center Location Strategy and Support

    The decision behind where to deploy data center assets is critical to the success of any project. Questions of land cost, power availability, access, latency, security all immediately spring to mind. Add to this the increasing interest of regional governments to develop themselves as IT hubs and the requirement to be seen to be a ‘good neighbour’ – the considerations are enormous. Our experts explore these factors and more.
    Chair: Donough Roche, Owner/Principal, Datacentrs Inc.
    Eric Boonstra, Vice President, Iron Mountain
    Steen Hommel, Director, Invest in Denmark
    Alexander Hauser, Managing Director, ttsp hwp seidel Planungsgesellschaft mbH
    Khaled Sedrak, NxtVn Founder & CEO, NxtVn
    Adam Tamburini, SVP, International, e-shelter services

  • 15:40
  • Investing In Emerging Markets

    The spread of connectivity across the globe has seen an increasing appetite for and requirement of data center and cloud services. Our panel will explore emerging markets, such as Africa, China and India, among others at various stages of maturity, analysing the nuances of each market, capacity, investment potential and risk.
    Chair: Michael Tobin, OBE, Industry Entrepreneur
    Eric Crabtree. Chief Investment Officer, IFC – International Finance Corporation
    Guy Willner, Founder and CEO, IXcellerate
    Funke Opeke, CEO, MainOne

  • 16:10
  • Afternoon Networking Break
  • Section Chair: Marion Howard-Haly, Senior Consultant, BroadGroup
  • 16:30
  • Data Regulation Focus: GDPR – How did we do and what is to come?

    With GDPR now fully in effect, we assess the results and lessons learned from implementation and what is next on the regulatory horizon for the IT infrastructure and service delivery. Has the manner in which infrastructure services are sourced and deployed changed? Has this ushered in an era of greater oversight and security? Or is it business as usual?
    Chair: Roberto Camilli, Partner, Bird & Bird
    Jack Bedell-Pearce, Managing Director, 4D Data Centres
    Olivier Labbe, Deputy Managing Director, Cap Ingelec
    Alex Rabbetts, Managing Director, EUDCA

  • 17:00
  • Workforce Focus - Diversity and Inclusion

    Engineering industries are facing a global workforce crisis. Competition between high-tech industries and a limited qualified quality talent pool have though perhaps come at a fortuitous moment, forcing the industry to consider what is traditionally a male dominated industry. How can stakeholders best demonstrate their commitment to workforce development? What are the evolving skills requirements? How best to approach recruitment, training and retention of a modern workforce?
    Chair: Peter Hannaford, Founder and CEO, Datacenter People
    Mark Acton, Head of Data Centre Technical Consulting, CBRE Data Centre Solutions
    Giordano Albertazzi, President, EMEA, Vertiv
    Emma Fryer, Associate Director, TechUK
    Olivier Labbe, Deputy Managing Director, Cap Ingelec
    Dr Theresa Simpkin, Higher and Further Education Principal, CNet Training

  • 17:30
  • End of Day One
  • 14th June - Datacloud Europe - Central Theatre – The Edge Forum

  • Chair: Dean Bubley, Founder and Director, Disruptive Analysis
  • 10:00
  • Introduction to the Edge Forum – Defining the Layers of the Edge

    Dean Bubley, Founder and Director, Disruptive Analysis

  • 10:20
  • The Ubiquitous Edge and the 4th Industrial Revolution

    The importance of the Ubiquitous Edge is how and where you need to build critical infrastructure to position content and services as close as possible to the consumers and devices that need to reach them.
    Phill Lawson-Shanks, Chief Innovation Officer, EdgeConneX

  • 10:40
  • The Rise of Edge and Utilisation of Immersed Technology

    David Keegan, CEO DCi2, Director of Technology, RISE Management Consulting; President, 7x24 EMEA

  • 11:00
  • IoT – Current trends, Enterprise Adoption and Potential Challenges

    IoT (industrial and commercial) will be the key driver in edge computing. As IoT devices proliferate, so to will demands on edge networks as they are pushed to adapt to unique data, latency and connectivity compute requirements. Here we will explore current IoT deployments, their characteristics and the underlying infrastructure to support these.
    Teresa Tung, Managing Director, Accenture Labs

  • 11:20
  • Blockchain in Fog/Edge Computing

    There has been a lot talk about applying Blockchain in Fog/Edge computing, mostly focusing on the features directly brought by Blockchain, such as secure identification, immutability, data traceability, authentication and verifiability.
    This presentation will explore a new model of Blockchain in Fog as well as its involved technologies.
    This Blockchain based solution brings a novel business model and allows dynamically adjusting and optimizing the relationship between clients and fog service providers.
    Lei Zhang, Leader of Security R&D, iExec Blockchain Tech

  • 11:40
  • Seizing the Edge Data Center Opportunity

    There is a shift from big centralized data centers towards edge data centers, driven by the need to deliver content and services close to the end user. The edge sets new requirements on the data center because of the more distributed nature of the architecture. Which services does the data center need to provide to fulfill the connectivity and agility requirements set by the continuously evolving edge? Which locations can thrive as regional and local edges in the competition for global corporates and why?
    Seppo Ihalainen, CEO and Co-Founder, Ficolo

  • 12:00
  • Insights from the Edge – Understanding Ecosystems and Use Cases

    Josh Snowhorn, Founder & Chief Strategy Officer, EdgeMicro

  • 12:20
  • 5G and the Next wave of Mobile Connectivity

    Martin J Levy, Network Strategy, Cloudflare

  • 12:40
  • How important to Edge is an interconnection oriented architecture?

    As edge computing pushes compute capacity to the logical extremes of the network, connectivity between different devices, applications and ecosystems will become vital and with it a sustainable application performance interface strategy. The panel will explore the issue of connectivity and interconnectivity standards at the edge and back to central infrastructure hubs
    Chair: Dean Bubley, Founder and Director, Disruptive Analysis
    Flavio Bonomi, Founder and CEO, Nebbiolo Technologies
    David Keegan, CEO DCi2, Director of Technology, RISE Management Consulting; President, 7x24 EMEA
    Martin J Levy, Network Strategy, Cloudflare
    Josh Snowhorn, Founder & Chief Strategy Officer, EdgeMicro
    Colin Wallace, VP Submnarine, ICP & IXP Sales EMEA, Ciena
    John Wilson, COO, Stellium DataCenters

  • 13:20
  • Close of Conference and Networking Lunch
  • 14th June - Datacloud Europe - Theatre 2 – Critical Infrastructure Strategy

  • Chair: Gerd Simon, Independent Management Consultant
  • 10:00
  • Data Center technologies for the data explosion in traditional industries

    Data processing is growing around the globe due to increased use of digitalization in products, services and business processes. The use of 5G, IoT, machine learning and automation in the traditional industry will lead to a network of distributed compute power. Industries and society will accelerate offerings and services with AI, Artificial Intelligence. It requires data collection, aggregation, real-time analytics, control loops and background batch processing. It will be a competitive advantage to excel in machine learning for products and services. Centrally in the network the mega-size datacenters will be placed close to inexpensive renewable power production. In society centers there will be mid-sized datacenters and on the edge of the network in malls, in arenas, by highways, on city streets and at industry plants it will be small sized compute containers. All of them need to be well integrated in the electrical and thermal grids and optimized for low overhead maximizing compute per kWh. This leads to a diverse set of requirements on design and operations. Autonomous operation, software resiliency, liquid cooling, heat re-use applications and datacenter micro grid integration are key areas.
    Tor Björn Minde, CEO RISE SICS North and Head of Research Strategy, Ericsson

  • 10:20
  • Successful Datacentre Cooling Design - “How to win an Award“

    The Isando Data Centre 7 is based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Each floor has a net cooling capacity of 2 MW, supplied by a chilled water system which is concurrently maintainable, with three CyberCool 2 chillers (N+1) and 14 CyberAir 3 chilled water units from STULZ GmbH. Due to extremely hot summers, the ambient temperature reaches up to 40°C.
    Maximum levels of guaranteed uptime, stringent security and optimal operating conditions must be in place at all times. In order to achieve this, the cooling infrastructure must ensure the highest levels of reliability, often in high temperatures, but without compromising on energy efficiency. This case study is basically about, what and how we did it.
    Karim Ait-Younes, Senior Regional Sales Manager, Head of Sales EMEA, STULZ GmbH
    Brendan Dysel, Head of Infrastructure Management, Teraco Data Environments

  • 10:40
  • Data Center Design and Operation - Cooling And Energy Efficiency Strategy Management

    Power consumption and management is a perennial issue for the data center sector. Architectures of increasingly dense capability are putting pressure on power and cooling infrastructure, while energy regulation and oversight have cast the public eye on the sector’s consumption and continue to place pressure on energy strategy. Our panel explores latest developments and technologies impacting and enabling the efficient operation of power infrastructure through data center lifecycle.
    Chair: Ed Galvin, CEO, DC Byte
    Dana Adams, VP & GM, Data Centers, Iron Mountain
    Tobias Bertler, Sales Manager Onsite Energy, MTU Friedrichshafen
    Baptiste Benezet, MD,Data Center Maintenance, Engie Axima
    Markus Ehrström, Business Development Manager, Wärtsilä Energy Solutions
    Pär Johansson, Business Development Director, Data Center Cooling, Systemair
    Jon Pettitt, VP, Munters

  • 11:10
  • Energy Sourcing for the Future Data Center – Are Current Strategies Sustainable?

    As large and increasingly scrutinised consumers of energy, data centers are under great pressure to improve their sustainability credentials. What is the current best practice in sourcing and managing energy consumption? What is the impact of integrating renewable energy on pricing and operational cost? What options are available to hyperscales vs enterprise operators and those deploying infrastructure at smaller scale? How can heat recovery improve the energy efficiency of data centers? What innovations should we look towards to drive long-term sustainability for the data center sector globally?
    Chair: Tom Glover, Director, Data Centre Solutions, CBRE
    Gisle M. Eckhoff, CEO, DigiPlex
    Patrik Öhlund, CEO, Node Pole
    Fredrik Rosenqvist, Director of Business Innovation, E.ON
    Erik Rylander, Head of Open District Heating and Stockholm Data Parks, Stockholm Exergi
    Michael Winterson, Board Member, EUDCA

  • 11:40
  • Results and Success of 10 Years of the European Data Centre Code of Conduct

    Bernard Lecanu, Managing Director, BL International Consultant

  • 12:00
  • Disentangling the data centre ‘skills shortage’ conundrum

    Is it a capability issue, is it a diversity issue or is it an sector ‘brand’ issue? Or all three?
    Everyone’s talking about the ‘skills shortage’ throughout the sector but what does that actually mean? Dr Terri Simpkin will conduct a walk-through of what she thinks the skills shortage issues are, and using her research and industry based experience she will pull these issues apart with some compelling facts. With Terri’s help everyone can start to see the wood for the trees as she highlights positive steps that should be taken now to get the results that we all need to protect the future of the sector.
    Dr Theresa Simpkin, Higher and Further Education Principal, CNet Training

  • 12:30
  • Intelligent data needs intelligent power

    We know you need secure power to keep your data driven business running 24 hours a day. ABB’s data center solutions and integrated systems are designed for heavy-duty applications and the world’s ever-increasing data demands. We offer technologies for cloud, colocation, edge computing, telecommunications and financial services. Our solutions provide elastic infrastructure that can grow or shrink with your demand, deep visibility into your infrastructure to make automation easier, and intelligent grid connections to give you more choices on how you manage your energy.
    Welcome to join the session to learn more about ABB´s Data Center offering and also more in depth about or latest partnership with HPE around Edge Computing.
    Pascal Lecoq, Worldwide Director, Datacenter Services Portfolio, HPE
    Henrik Palmgren, Head of Data Center Segment Europe, ABB

  • 12:50
  • Data Centers Talk – We Translate What They Say

    In data centers, power and HVAC data are heterogeneous, complex, generated continuously and scattered everywhere: from individual sensors and meters to PDUs, from management stations to endless spreadsheets. How to focus attention to only what is essential, how to predict potential failures, how to save time and money through data transparency and analytics? By simply monitoring it all on your smartphone or PC!
    Dr. Irina Koitz, Application Manager, Siemens

  • 13:10
  • Close of Conference and Networking Lunch

Please note the programme is subject to further updates. Thank you.