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DCD>Africa explores challenging data center build-outs
Pan-African data center operators and technology innovators reveal how to operate data centers in extreme conditions, in Johannesburg on 24 July 2018
DCD>Africa tracks exponential growth in cloud and data centers
DCD, with global content partner the Uptime Institute, will present DCD>Africa, the Pan-African data center and cloud infrastructure transformation event
DCD and Uptime Institute announce content partnership
will see the two organizations collaborate on more than two dozen data center infrastructure events worldwide.
About This Conference
DCD>Africa is a new event providing a much-needed forum for business, operations and technology executives from the region’s data center-scale organisations, to discuss cloud and data center infrastructure build-outs across Africa.
With exponential demand driven by IoT, Smart Cities and Big Data applications, there is a growing need for more localised, more agile and much more scalable IT infrastructure.
This event brings together the full ecosystem of operators, technology specialists and end-users, helping them make informed technology decisions in a dynamic digital infrastructure landscape.
Sponsors & Exhibitors
138 Rivonia Road, Sandton, South Africa
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HOW WE USE YOUR PERSONAL DATA TO IMPROVE THE EVENT EXPERIENCE
Networking is fundamental to getting the most out of your event experience. Your time is valuable and making sure that you meet the right people is vital, so we have developed new curated meeting features at our events that include speed networking, hosted roundtables and 1-2-1 meetings.
In the run-up to the event we may make 1-2-1 Introductions via email to carefully selected vendors for this event only, who match your buyer profile, as indicated in the registration process (these are technology areas you are investing in, new projects you are working on etc.....).
We take new data sovereignty laws very seriously, however do not want them to impact the quality of the events we are able to deliver, especially these networking features. We fund your free place at this event through the various sponsored networking functions, and are only able to do this if you are opted-in to receive communications from DCD and our sponsors.