Africa’s first Regional conference for Datacentres


Africa’s first Regional conference for Datacentres

Join Africa’s first Regional conference for Datacentres The CTO cordially invites you to join them at the inaugural Summit for datacentres in Africa With the evolution of subsea connectivity and investment in dark fibre, the reality of data centre development across the Continent is beginning to emerge. In this inaugural Summit, hosted in Johannesburg, owners, operators, investors and users of data centres will gather to understand what is happening now, the scale of the African opportunity, market and investment hurdles, and future prospects for data centres, fibre and connectivity.

Speakers include: Stuart Hardy, Managing Director, Africa-INX Kent Lupberger, Global Head, TMT, International Finance Corporation Justin Lord, General Manager, Managed Hosting, Continuity SA Stafford Masie, Entrepreneur, Ex-Google Africa CEO Shahab Meshki, CEO, Altech KDN Tim Parsonson, CEO and co founder, Teraco Alex Preston, Editor Finance and Investment for Data Centre News.

Highlights of the programme > Africa Investor Roundtable Lead investors discuss the opportunities and pitfalls of funding new data centre and fibre investments in Africa. Africa Data Centre Panel Leadership of data centres in Africa share case studies and viewpoints on growth and expansion. Fibre Connectivity in Africa Comprehensive insight into current availability and future deployment plans. As an educational opportunity alone, the event meets every expectation with an extensive programme of content ranging from DCIM through to cooling innovations, market demand sizing through to finance and investment. The range is the widest of any event and the only regional conference of size to attract global Speakers. Take advantage of this unique opportunity and join us in Jo’burg.

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