This exciting one-day Summit will explore the next phase of data centre and public cloud development across the continent, current and future investment in Africa data centres, subsea cables, terrestrial fiber, cloud, IT investment and risk, the availability of funding and future plans.
For investors, the Summit will identify where are the next hotspots, how will infrastructure opportunities – fibre, network, cloud, data center – be valued and financed, the level of risk and ask what currently prevents the hyperscales from building infrastructure in Africa.
‘Africa is a growth story for the next decade,’ commented Philip Low, managing director, BroadGroup, the consulting company that researches and produces Datacloud. ‘Attendees will be able to hear from and meet the leadership of companies pioneering the evolution of digital networks and critical facilities across the continent.
For further information visit: www.datacloudcongress.com/africa