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April 4, 2011

Top 10 reasons to get to DTS – Amsterdam 2011 with Tier1 Research

As media partners, CBR readers get 25% discount

By Cbr Rolling Blog

Tier1 Research is getting pretty excited about their upcoming Datacentre Transformation Summit (DTS) in Amsterdam on April 12. If you haven’t registered yet, it’s not too late! CBR readers are entitled to a 25% discount.

In their own words:

We think there’s something for everyone at this event, so in the spirit of ‘Late Night with David Letterman,’ here are our top 10 reasons you should be attending the Datacentre Transformation Summit at the NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam.

#10 – Amazing keynotes and presentations! We’ve pulled together a solid list of presenters and keynote speakers this year that you won’t want to miss.

#9 – Amazing panels! Get green with the Eco-Trends in Europe. Find out if the cloud is going to open the door to new opportunities for datacentre operators or will it begin to cannibalize colocation revenue? Learn more about not only datacentre construction and architectural considerations for the future, but operational best practices once a facility is up and running. Or, if numbers are your thing, we’ll be talking build vs. lease, and what we’re seeing in raising capital in the current market. There’s something for everyone.

#8 – Cocktails, starting at 5:30pm.

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#7 – Meet and greet! Rub elbows with some of the leading folks in the industry. CEOs, CTOs and COOs… technical architects, facilities directors, marketing VPs… and more!

#6 – Corner your favorite T1R analyst for some valuable question-and-answer time. Or if you don’t want to leave things up to chance, book an analyst one-on-one session in advance of the show (one-on-one sessions will be held on April 13).

#5 – Learn from three of the most trusted names in the datacentre industry – Tier 1 Research, The 451 Group and The Uptime Institute.

#4 – From datacentre providers to hosting providers, to capital investment firms, telecoms, power equipment providers, real estate firms, enterprises, customers and more, nobody covers a broader spectrum of the entire datacentre ecosystem than DTS.

#3 – Did we mention the cocktail reception starting at 5:30pm?

#2 – See if you can count how many times you hear t he word ‘cloud’ in a single day!

And the #1 reason you should be attending Datacentre Transformation Summit 2011…

#1 – Our fabulous sponsors and delegates, without whom an event like this wouldn’t be possible. Make sure to stop by sponsor booths, network with delegates and catch up with higher-ups from all corners of the datacentre industry!

We look forward to seeing everyone at the event!

There are still some slots available for delegates, but space is limited. For the full agenda and event registration, please see the official Datacentre Transformation Summit website. Readers of Computer Business Review are being offered a 25% discount: contact Marlon Wurmitzer, Tier1 Research (a division of The 451 Group) at or call +44 207 299 7753 .



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