The eighth edition of Data Centres Europe will be launched at the annual Datacloud Congress 2018, which takes place in Monaco from June 12-14.
The event is widely regarded in the industry as a definitive independent benchmark and will be fully updated with research undertaken in the spring and early summer of 2018, the organisers say. Additional new sections cover hyperscale cloud players and their strategies in Europe.
A comprehensive report researched by BroadGroup Consulting covers 19 Western European countries and will include forecasts through to 2022. It also provides a detailed analysis of ten major co-location players, an analysis of key technology, adoption and customer trends.
“The market has seen tremendous change in the last 12 months,” said Steve Wallage, managing director of BroadGroup Consulting. “It is being driven not just by hyperscale demand and M&A, but more fundamentally the way in which customers are now using co-location.”
Datacloud Congress is the premier networking and deal making event for data centre, cloud IaaS and Edge leaders, their customers, investors and senior executives, BroadGroup Consulting says.