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Networks & Infrastructure Europe
POWERING THE DATA CENTRE
Networks & Infrastructure Europe at IP EXPO Europe showcases solutions and strategies for building efficient, future-proof infrastructures. Heads of IT and infrastructure managers can explore all the latest, value-added data centre technologies from software, equipment and hosting.
Corp. VP, Enterprise Mobility
Brad Anderson is the Corporate Vice President of the Enterprise Mobility team at Microsoft. This organization is focused on supporting a modern workforce that operates in a world of continuously connected devices. The Enterprise Mobility team is a key pillar of Microsoft’s Mobile-First, Cloud-First focus.
As a part of this organization’s ambitious charter, Brad leads the effort to enable enterprises to be productive on the devices they love, while keeping the company secure. A major part of the organization’s function is to innovate and create the solutions that deliver a rich and consistent set of experience for users across all the devices they use.
The Enterprise Mobility team incorporates a broad range of assets and products from across Microsoft, including Windows Server, System Center, Microsoft Azure, Office 365, Active Directory, Azure Active Directory, and many more. His team is a major driver of Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility + Security.
Brad’s organization prides itself on being customer focused, data-driven, and constantly improving its agility and velocity.
Since joining Microsoft in 2003, Anderson has worked as the Corporate Vice President of Program Management for the Windows Server & System Center business, as well as leading the System Center product team.
Prior to Microsoft, Anderson spent 12 years at Novell, most recently serving as Vice President and General Manager of the ZENWorks product line.
Anderson graduated Magna Cum Laude in Design Engineering Technology, and graduated with honors with an MBA – both from Brigham Young University. Outside of work, Anderson enjoys spending time with his wife Kim and their five children.
Worldwide Lead, AWS Technical & Developer Evangelism
Amazon Web Services
Ian Massingham leads Technical and Developer Evangelism at Amazon Web Services and has been working with cloud computing technologies since 2008. He and his team around the world work with developers and technical end-users within AWS customers of all sizes, from start-ups to large enterprises, to increase awareness and adoption of AWS cloud services amongst developers.
Ian and his team team are prolific conference speakers and participate in a wide variety of developer confernces, meetups and other developer communities in order to connect with developers and inform, inspire and educate them about AWS. As an individual technologist, Ian has a special interest in the development of Connected Device and IoT applications, and in serverless architecture patterns for the deployment of applications in the AWS Cloud.
Ian has over 20 years’ experience in the IT industry, covering operations and engineering within internet hosting, internet access, telecommunications and cloud service providers. Prior to joining AWS, he led a systems engineering team for an integrated software and hardware company that focused on the creation of cloud computing services with telecommunications and IT service providers across Europe, the Middle East and Africa region.
CTO for Global Delivery Organisation
Chris Swan is CTO for the Global Delivery Organisation at DXC Technology, where he leads the shift towards design for operations across the offerings families, and the use of data to drive optimisation of customer transformation and service fulfilment. He was previously CTO for Global Infrastructure Services and General Manager for x86 and Distributed Compute at CSC. Before that he held CTO and Director of R&D roles at Cohesive Networks, UBS, Capital SCF and Credit Suisse, where he worked on app servers, compute grids, security, mobile, cloud, networking and containers.
CEO, UK & Ireland
Cormac is currently the CEO for the UK & Ireland at Nokia, having taken up this role in January 2016. In this role he leads all operations for the UK & Ireland markets including sales, business management, delivery and operations.
As a senior executive over more than two decades in a number of global blue-chip organisations, Cormac has extensive experience is sales, marketing and business development.
In addition he has proven expertise in strategic planning and driving transformation and change management in large scale businesses.
Prior to his current position Cormac led the Alcatel-Lucent business in the UK & Ireland. Earlier positions included senior roles at BT, the largest telecommunications operator in the UK, and international roles at UUNET and Motorola.
Cormac is originally from Dublin in Ireland where he obtained his degree from Trinity College before moving to the UK in 1987. Throughout his career he has travelled extensively and has worked in the USA, France, Belgium and the Czech Republic.
He is a former advisory board member of the South East Area Board of the Teenage Cancer Trust, and lives in Sussex, UK with his wife and daughter, where he tries to indulge his passion for golf.
A server-side software engineer, Hilary is currently writing and updating TUNE’s advertising analytics tracking platform. She is passionate about architecting clean and simple software systems, while tenaciously trying to bring more empathy to the tech world. A fervent education advocate, Hilary partners with tech education and diversity initiatives like TUNE Cares, Washington State Opportunities Scholarship, and IGNITE Worldwide. She is a world traveller, an avid (though amateur) cook and baker, and a weird workout enthusiast.
Vice President Product Strategy
Len has experience in a wide range of areas from scientific super-computing to shared and dedicated hosting to cloud computing. He has worked at all technical and management levels of IT: academic research, financial systems programming, administration of large server and content delivery networks, PCI-DSS certification, management of international operations teams as well as product engineering and strategy. He likes the technology, but thinks that the users are more important. Len’s heart is in California, where he grew up with computing and the internet. He’s been living in Europe for the past 18 years, with 14 of those working with NTT.
Welcome to Networks & Infrastructure Europe
At Networks & Infrastructure Europe, infrastructure decision makers can learn from the experts how to build leaner, more cost-effective, lower-carbon data centres. The event showcases all the latest data centre solutions from software, equipment, high-efficiency hardware to hosting.
In the data centre, even a 1% efficiency improvement means big cost savings.
Design, Power and Cooling
Even a 1% power saving in your data centre could deliver major cost savings, as well as reducing your carbon emissions. At Networks & Infrastructure Europe, you can explore all the latest solutions for building a leaner, greener datacentre, from building design solutions, to the latest green power and cooling systems.
Co-location and Hosting
For many organisations, outsourcing data centre infrastructure is a way to reduce costs and increase focus on core tasks. If that’s the case in your organisation, Networks & Infrastructure Europe can help, whether you want to locate your own equipment at a third-party data centre, or rent your entire data centre as a fully managed service.
Data Centre Infrastructure Manager (DCIM)
We are entering a new, more efficient age for datacentre management. At Networks & Infrastructure Europe, you can check out all the latest Data Centre Infrastructure Manager (DCIM) solutions. These deliver major efficiency savings, making it possible to allocate resources efficiently, turn off equipment that isn’t being used and distribute workloads to maximise server and storage utilisation.
Software Defined X (SDX)
In a software-defined world, a myriad of common management tasks can be automated, delivering major time and cost savings. Visit us to find out how software defined processes can help your own organisation to maximise efficiency and streamline your data centre operations.
Here at IP EXPO Europe, we want to deliver an event that is tailored to your needs. Be sure to take advantage of our Tech Point, an area dedicated to:
Something you can't find or need help with? Speak to one of the guys at Tech Point. Here to help you find your way, advise you on seminars and direct you across the show floor.
Unsure which vendors to talk to? Be sure to ask our team and pick up an exhibitor list based on our six tech areas.
Have a specific tech requirement? Partnering with us are the IG Group who will be offering all registered visitors free personalised consultancy, tailored to the explicit requirements of your business and IT environment.