Datacloud Global Congress to hold special China workshop

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A special China workshop will be held at the Datacloud Global Congress in June (Image Boarding1Now / iStockPhoto)

Data center, cloud and edge industry experts will discuss the opportunities for investors and enterprise customers available in the Chinese market at the Datacloud Global Congress in June.

The event in Monaco, organized by IT and professional services company BroadGroup, will take place during June 4-6.

The special China data center industry workshop will include presentations from data center representatives covering issues including the expected continuing expansion of the industry as a result of the explosion of data, ongoing enterprise digitalization and massive mobile adoption growth.

BroadGroup general manager for Asia Marcello Brescia said demand for enterprise secure data processing, storage, backhaul and cloud services from the market will continue to escalate as companies worldwide seek greater participation in the China market.

"Datacloud [Global Congress] presents a really unique opportunity for investors and enterprises to meet representatives from China,” he said.

“China represents enormous growth opportunities and the forum will provide fresh insight into the expansion in data centers across the country.”

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