The Free Conference Will Explain Why Leading Multinationals Choose Ireland, and How Your Business Can Benefit
Dublin: Demystify data centre strategy and operations, and network with over 1000 industry professional at Ireland’s longest-running event for anyone challenged with hosting digital assets, data centre and mission critical infrastructure.
Held at the RDS, Dublin from November 22-23rd, DataCentres Ireland will feature an exhibition and conference schedule, with opportunities to streamline your business, prepare for GDPR and Brexit, and meet a range of industry experts face-to-face.
Including a keynote speech by Pat Breen, Minister of State for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection, the programme will also feature panels and Q&A sessions with industry experts and those leading the carrier-neutral data centre market, including Tanya Duncan, MD of Interxion Ireland, Gary Watson, General Manager of Keppel DataCentres Ireland, Jerry Sweeney, CEO of Cork Internet Exchange and Barry Lowry, CIO of the Irish Government.
Event director Hugh Robinson said “This year’s event is our biggest yet. The multi-stream two day conference programme is packed with over 60 industry experts and international business leaders.”
Now in its 6th year, DataCentres Ireland 2017 will include:
- panels on GDPR and Brexit
- the 10th EURECA workshop on digital infrastructure
- networking opportunities with over 1000 industry professionals
- over 70 exhibitors presenting 1000s of products, services and solutions to streamline your business, reduce energy costs and improve efficiency and resilience.
About DataCentres Ireland: DataCentres Ireland was founded in 2012 by Stepex Ltd, a communications, publishing and exhibitions company based in the UK. Supported by the Data Centre Alliance, IDA Ireland, Host In Ireland, ASHRAE Ireland and the Irish Wind Energy Association, DataCentres Ireland is the largest and longest-running event of its kind. To view the programme and to register for free, visithttp://www.datacentres-ireland.com or call +44 1 892 518877.