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SNW EUROPE, VIRTUALIZATION WORLD AND DATACENTER TECHNOLOGIES GEAR UP TO TOP PREVIOUS SUCCESS

noname.jpgLondon, 29th September 2011 - SNW Europe, Datacenter Technologies and Virtualization Worlds return to Frankfurt in November promises another impressive trio of co-located conferences. The Powering the Cloud theme for 2011 reflects the current trend towards cloud computing in the industry. The new wave of IT architecture, a natural evolution of the widespread adoption of virtualization,service-oriented architectures and utility computing, will be the subject of many sessions, giving the conference a dynamic, exciting feel.

A new conference feature for 2011 is the "one-minute pitch" area, where short videos filmed on-site, will give sponsors the opportunity to promote their presence at the event. The chance to network with industry peers and experts, along with the outstanding quality of presentations, have been a magnet to the event since 2004 for Europes end user and channel companies. Based on last years record number of 1,700 people walking through the conference doors and encouraging year-on-year growth figures, the organisers are confident that 2011 will be the most successful year to date, attracting CIOs, IT managers and other decision makers from across EMEA.

Presentations will offer insights into all the hottest topics and will provide opportunities to learn how to address real-world issues. Examples will include:

  • My first cloud; tips and tricks on implementing a cloud infrastructure, by Tony Lucas, Founder, Flexiant

  • I/O virtualisation: the next virtualisation frontier, by Dennis Martin, President, Demartek

  • What are the ideal storage technologies for public and private clouds? By Jerome Lecat, CEO, Scality

"SNW Europe and its co-located conferences have come to represent a gold standard in the industry," said Paul Trowbridge, marketing director for the three events. "We expect this year to be bigger and better than ever and I am confident that what is seen by many as the highlight of the year, will not fail to deliver once again".

The 2011 program, produced once again by Angel Business Communications in collaboration with SNIA Europe, will feature over 120 educational sessions and presentations by subject experts covering subjects ranging from cloud computing to energy efficient data centres to virtualisation to storage, and much more. Over the two days keynote presentations will be delivered by speakers including:

  • Simon Robinson, research director storage, at The451

  • Ken Male, founder, TheInfoPro

  • Randy Kerns, senior strategy, at The Evaluator Group

  • ex IDC storage director Claus Egge now of Rainmaker Files

  • ex Gartner storage head Josh Krischer

  • Chris Johnson, EMEA VP, at hp storage

  • Dieter Münk, VP of storage, at IBM

  • John Manville, VP of IT network and datacentre services, Cisco

  • as well as Dell, Fujitsu, Huawei and Oracle.

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