Cloud Expo Europe returns to London’s ExceL on March 12 – 13 and for this year the organisers have included three new events - Blockchain Tech World, AI Tech World and DevOps Live - joining the lineup of technology events taking place in show week.
Colocated events at Excel that week include: Cloud & Cyber Security Expo, Big Data World, Smart IoT London and Data Centre World.
Blockchain technology is no stranger to controversy, but there is no denying that is has successfully cemented its place in the tech conversation and is slowly but surely establishing itself as the next big enterprise game-changer.
Blockchain Technology World will showcase ‘real-world’ blockchain applications and gather industry leaders to outline the practical path to integration across enterprise with a unique, no-nonsense, agenda.
It aims to become one of the largest UK events dedicated to fast-forwarding the adoption of blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT) across businesses of all sizes and in all industries. The event will host many of the most notable blockchain vendors, decision makers from some of the most innovative companies and leading blockchain experts in the conference programme.
In addition to Blockchain Technology World, AI Tech World has also been introduced at this year’s event with over 60 sessions from leading industry experts and the most innovative technologies in the artificial intelligence space.
Now in its 10th year and organised by CloserStill Media, Cloud Expo Europe will host over 600 of the world’s leading suppliers across the eight co-located shows including; China Telecom, Citrix, Docker, Gamma, IBM, iomart, Kubernetes, NTT Communications, Puppet, Samsung, T-Systems, UKFast and Veeam Software.
In addition, the two-day event will provide attendees the opportunity to hear from over 800 industry experts during a range of panel discussions, roundtable events, fireside chats and keynote speeches.
“The technology space is continuing to evolve at a breakneck speed with new advancements and trends emerging almost weekly,” said Sophie Baker-Davis, content & marketing director at CloserStill Media.
“The inclusion of these new events reflects these fast-moving currents and marks a shift within the industry, bringing new technologies and services from some leading suppliers in the sector whilst diversifying the event as a whole.”
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