London/Monaco 25 January 2016 - Datacloud Europe has announced that it is expanding its service offering by co-locating the inaugural ‘Invest in Data Center Africa’ event at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco on 8th June 2016.
The first event of its kind, this exciting one-day Summit will explore the next phase of data center and public cloud development across the continent, current and future investment in Africa data centers, subsea cables, terrestrial fiber, cloud, IT investment and risk, the availability of funding and future plans.
For investors, the summit will identify where are the next hot spots, how will infrastructure opportunities - fiber, network, cloud, data center – be valued and financed, the level of risk and ask what currently prevents the hyperscales from building infrastructure in Africa?
“Africa is a growth story for the next decade,” commented Philip Low, managing director, BroadGroup, the consulting company who research and produce Datacloud. “Attendees will be able to hear from and meet the leadership of companies pioneering the evolution of digital networks and critical facilities across the continent.”
“No forum so far has focused on this tremendous opportunity to explain the much needed data center investment opportunity, galvanize interest and significantly impact the development of digital technologies across the continent. We hope that the Summit will better serve the unique needs of Africa’s developing and important market.”
Datacloud Europe taking place in Monaco has emerged as the EMEA region’s largest gathering of the leadership of data center and cloud. As the premier forum it attracts 1800+ executives from more than 60 countries as well as 90 + exhibiting companies, delivering the perfect platform to meet and discuss the latest developments in data center and cloud and to secure real-time deals.
Sponsor and exhibitor opportunities are now open. Take early action to assure your participation in what will be the EMEA’s largest infrastructure and IT event including this highly targeted summit for Africa.