April 24, 2013
LONDON, England & SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., April 24 — GigaOM, a global technology media company, has announced the initial speaker lineup for its second annual Structure:Europe conference. The conference will be held 18-19 September in London, and is an extension of GigaOM’s flagship event focused on the future of cloud computing and internet infrastructure. Over two days, leading cloud visionaries will convene to analyse the most promising cloud technologies, products and services emerging in Europe.
“This is an exciting time to be a cloud practitioner in Europe with the market and investment expanding quickly,” said Barb Darrow, senior writer for GigaOM and chair of Structure 2013. “Many of the Structure:Europe speakers are already seeing success and setting the pace for cloud computing over the next few years.”
Topics to be covered include:
Confirmed Structure:Europe speakers are:
Speaker proposals are being accepted through June 19.
Event attendees will also receive a complimentary GigaOM Research Sector RoadMap report and will have access to exclusive mapping sessions led by GigaOM Research analysts. Discounted early bird tickets are available through July 19.
Cloud and big data startups that have launched in the past two years are invited to apply for the Structure:Europe Startup Zone. Participating companies will have demo tables in the conference exhibition hall, will be part of an on-stage pitch session, and will have their pitches rated by press and investors. The closing date for entries is July 10 at 11:59 PM PT. Selected startups will be notified July 17 and announced publicly on July 24.
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