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5th Data Centres Europe Conference Attracting Bumper Audience

April 21, 2009 by · Comments Off on 5th Data Centres Europe Conference Attracting Bumper Audience 

Webmaster ToolsLondon – The organisers of the 5th Data Centres Europe Conference and Awards have said that despite the downturn, attendance figures have been sustained from last year with more than 300 executives – some 25% of which are at CXO level – converging on the two-day event which begins tomorrow in London.

5th Data Centre Europe is the leading regional forum for data centre, managed services, outsourcing and cloud computing businesses. The conference brings together Data centre operators, service providers, telcos, network infrastructure providers, managed services specialists, systems integrators, enterprise and government IT directors, property and investment firms, law firms, professional intermediaries, consulting firms, regulatory bodies, and supplier organizations to inform and update, provide critical insight and offer top level networking opportunities. Read more

More than 2,500 Top Representatives from 21 Nations have Registered for the World’s Largest Hosting Event

March 10, 2009 by · Comments Off on More than 2,500 Top Representatives from 21 Nations have Registered for the World’s Largest Hosting Event 

Webmaster NewsHuerth/Cologne –  The web hosting sector is gathering in Germany from March 18 to 20, when intergenia AG together with about 50 high-class international partners invites to WebhostingDay 2009. The world’s largest hosting conference celebrates its fifth jubilee in 2009; and it beats all former records with this year’s event. The attendee limit for the event location – Phantasialand in Bruehl near Cologne – has been reached for the first time with over 2,500 registered visitors from 21 nations. In comparison to the previous year, this number signifies an increase of about 150 percent.

The organizers can also register a great success concerning the number of partners. While there have already been 40 companies last year, who contributed to WebhostingDay with talks and fair booths, this number could be enhanced to more than 50 in 2009. Among those companies, there are many well-known and internationally operating enterprises like Microsoft, Intel, AMD, Parallels, Interxion, HP or Fujitsu Siemens Computers.

With this figures, WebhostingDay defies the world-wide financial crisis as well as the regressive trend which becomes apparent at many trade fairs like CeBIT. “The reasons are probably that WebhostingDay, due to its numerous partner companies as well as the great professional quality of its visitors, forms an optimal platform to meet the top players of the industry”, explains intergenia’s president Thomas Strohe. “The who’s who of the European hosting sector is going to visit WebhostingDay or exhibit there.” Like in the year 2008, when more than 50 percent of the visitors came from the CEO/CTO level. Read more

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