Interxion opens its third data center in the heart of London
1,800 square meters of white space up for grabs in Shoreditch
UK's Goonhilly Earth Station plans colocation data center
Plus work is underway on a deep space communications network
Ulster Bank triggers debt action against brothers in data center land row
The men are said to owe €22m
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DCD>London tackles Blockchain's impact on data center design
DCD’s European infrastructure event at Old Billingsgate in November will reveal how far blockchain and other technologies will transform the industry
DCD>Zettastructure: Microsoft continues to experiment with open source hardware
Project Olympus is over - it’s time for Project Cerberus, says Kushagra Vaid
DCD>Zettastructure: Microsoft plans just-in-time capacity
Edge will change everything, including how we bulid data centers, London event hears
DCD>Zettastructure: Geist reveals universal PDU for Project Olympus
American data center equipment specialist Geist has launched a universal PDU designed to support Project Olympus – an open source, hyperscale data center family originally envisioned by Microsoft.
DCD>Zettastructure: Cavium’s ARM-based motherboard is contributed to OCP
The open source design is based on ThunderX2 chip and compliant with Project Olympus
DCD>Zettastructure: Microsoft’s Project Olympus goes on sale
First open source servers are available from Wiwynn, Zt Systems
DCD>Zettastructure: Microsoft developing hardware security chip
Project Cerberus is an open source take on a Trusted Platform Module
DCD>Zettastructure: Saving costs on electrical infrastructure with OCP
Schneider wants to make open source hardware available to all, says Robert Bunger
DCD>Zettastructure: Tesla makes a pitch for the UPS market, announces customer
CallisonRTKL deploys Tesla Powerpacks to replace not just the UPS, but the generators too
DCD>Zettastructure: Finding energy solutions when faced with an antiquated grid
Relocating to the Nordics, installing emergency gas generators, or sitting tight and waiting for distribution network operators to build the infrastructure?
About This Conference
DCD>London 2018 (November 5-6), brings together 1,800+ delegates, 100+ sponsors and exhibitors and 100+ speakers.
DCD>London 2018 is the industry’s most renowned full-stack digital infrastructure conference dedicated to the European data center and cloud infrastructure community. The 2018 event explores the full on-premise and IT service ecosystem, from enterprise to hyperscale, and colocation to edge.
The two day conference and exhibition is for senior executives and technical teams responsible for the design, build, management and operation of data centers to deliver on the high-velocity business demands of the zettabyte era.
With 100+ hours of thought-leading presentations, panels, keynotes, lightning sessions, hosted roundtables, solutions briefings, ‘big discussions,’ and private, closed-door debates, DCD>London 2018 is the annual industry gathering not to be missed.
FREE PASSES AVAILABLE:
If your company is an IT enterprise end‐user and/or an owner operator of a:
a) Private, on‐premise data center
b) Multi‐tenant colocation data center
c) Internet host, telecom provider, carrier hotel
d) Cloud IaaS/PaaS
We also provide Consultants/Advisors/Contractors to the data center industry with two free consultant passes per company for qualifying individuals (see below) to attend the event.
Full qualifying information is available when registering here.
Sponsors & Exhibitors
Old Billingsgate, London, United Kingdom
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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 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.