The second edition of the annual Datacloud Africa Leadership Summit is coming up and Ghana is going to be the host nation. The event will take place at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra.
The basic aim of this year’s datacloud forum is focused on Africa’s market and digital journey in the datacloud world.
BroadGroup, the organisers of the event says the 2019 edition of the datacloud summit will deliberate on the development of data centre infrastructure. The forum will also discuss plans for future innovations and the potential challenges they may come along with.
Philip Low, the Chairman of BroadGroup commented on the upcoming event. He said it was good to join both local and international delegates from the world of tech, to share opportunities and capabilities in Africa.
“We’re bringing the excitement of our Datacloud series to Accra, Ghana where we will share the tremendous opportunities and capabilities in the region. The demand is increasing and will enable infrastructure investors to develop facilities.”
The Datacloud Africa Leadership Summit is expected to bring professionals from the fields of data centre, cloud, fibre, suppliers, finance, and colocation providers. Premium end-users of services from these professionals are also expected to join.
Deliberations won’t be focused on only international investment and expansion opportunities. The most attractive investments, key markets and how these investments are different in different regions of the continent are also going to be discussed.
Philip Low added, “The annual forum is widely regarded as an opportunity for insight, networking and deal-making for current and new investors. It’s a great opportunity too for onsite visits, meeting with local officials, and players in Africa’s datacenter, cloud and Edge ecosystem”.
The datacloud summit is coming off on September 26, 2019, at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra. Exhibitors and sponsors are currently welcomed.
Datacloud Africa is an avenue to introduce your latest product to the data centre, cloud, fibre, and edge infrastructure markets in Africa.