Data centres southern europe forum to meet in Athens


A new regional networking forum for data centre service
companies, enterprise IT leadership and fibre connectivity providers will take
place in Athens 19 September 2011.


The forum will include a special
focus on the regional market for data centres, enterprise and their evolving
outsourcing needs as emerging private clouds, new technologies and market
growth impact across the sector.


Studies by BroadGroup, the event researchers and
organizers have demonstrated the favourable economic impact of data centres,
and the investment opportunity they represent.


The programme includes a regional leadership panel, a
market perspective of Eastern Mediterranean and South Eastern Europe, with
current trends in demand in datacentre markets across the region and growth
forecasts, datacentre finance and investment, colocation business models,
sustainability and efficiency in datacentres, modular datacentres, fibre
connectivity and cloud evolution.


We are delighted to sponsor this first regional forum
for the southern Europe and eastern Mediterranean region,” said Apostolos
Kakkos, CEO of LAMBA Hellix Datacenters.


The forum recognizes the commercial and geographic
importance of the region as a growth market for the data centre sector.
Investment in infrastructure and in particular further deployment of data
centres regionally, in which LAMDA Hellix will take a significant role, will
help to drive economic activity and we look forward to discussing these issues
at the forum.


Sponsors and partners of the event include: APC by
Schneider Electric, LAMDA Hellix Datacenters SA, MedNautilus – a Telecom Italia
Sparkle Group company, OTEGLOBE, CE-Colo, and the EBRD. Media partners include Daily News, The Datacenter Journal, Bvent,,



We are especially delighted by the participation of
LAMDA Hellix Datacenters at this inaugural event,” said Philip Low, managing
director of BroadGroup.


Supported by regional players, and unique content, and an
exciting line-up of speakers, companies engaged in the data centre sector are
ensuring they secure presence at this forum.


By Team
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