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In 2001, reputed to be VHS’ peak sales year, there was enough VHS tape stock manufactured to reach from the earth to the moon more than 987 times! In just 17 years, digital technology has delivered an almost unpredictable change in consumer behaviour and expectations. At Cloud Expo Europe we’ll be exploring the new age of storytelling and how technology is re-shaping the Media and Entertainment business.

We’ll be covering a range of key issues and topics including the new economics of media. The importance of interconnection and staying ahead of interconnection bandwith. Data regulations. The importance of data and how we leverage the data opportunity that connected viewing, sharing and listening brings? Linking science and art. The end of net neutrality. Re-architecting IT infrastructures. Responding to changing consumption models and building relationships with audiences. Reducing capital and operational expense. Developing reliable and secure digital supply chains.

Whatever your goals or challenges. If you are a business leader, technologist or part of the senior team responsible for the evolution of your Media and Entertainment business you’ll find plenty of solutions and expertise at Cloud Expo Europe.

We’re home to leading vendors, partners, consultants and service providers, experienced in helping some of the world’s biggest media companies remain at the top of their game through the integration of technology and solutions. Join us in March to get access to a wealth of solutions and services specifically crafted for your industry. 

Our speakers confirmed for 2019 included: 

  • Ian Thompson -  Head of BI - King
  • Sandy Ghuman - Audience Targeting Capabilities Consultant, Digital Decisioning - Sky
  • Riaz Ali - Head of BI - Giffgaff
  • Brian O'Halloran - Lead Data Scientist - The Telegraph
  • Mark Clarke - Cloud Architect - Royal Opera House
  • Chris O'Brien - Chief Information Officer - Royal Shakespeare Company
  • Ross Kemp - Head of Connectivity Architecture - BBC
  • Mikolaj Pawlikowski - Software Engineer Project Lead - Bloomberg LP
  • Ryan French - Senior Cloud Services Engineer - YouView TV
  • Stephen Owen - Data Protection Officer - National Lottery

Latest News

  • 05-Dec-2019
    10:26

    The NSPCC has warned Facebook that it risks becoming a “one-stop grooming shop” if it presses ahead with plans to encrypt across all its messaging services. Facebook is considering end-to-end encryption on Facebook Messenger and Instagram Direct – on top of WhatsApp, which is already encrypted – but there has been a deep concern that the move could prevent child abusers from being caught.

    The post Facebook to become a ‘one-stop grooming shop’ warns NSPCC ahead of proposed encryption plans appeared first on Techerati.

  • 03-Dec-2019
    12:09

    There is no doubt 5G has the potential to revolutionise the way we interact with the physical and virtual world. Yet, guesstimates of how much of a generational shift in technology it will become range from “super-fast internet at some point” to “minority report-like daily lives.” But for gaming technologies such as Virtual Reality (VR), it’s clear that 5G rollout will be a catalyst in mainstream adoption. 

    Starting with what is usually hyped, we can look at the speeds of 5G. We can probably expect somewhere around 300-1000 Mb/s in the beginning, but there have been tests showcasing speeds towards 25Gb/s in specific environments.  For example, in Mitsubishi Electric and NTT DOCOMO’s 5G Outdoor Trials. In these conditions, it would be about 250 times faster than the average speed of 4G. If we equate this to Usain Bolt’s top sprinting speed (about 44km/h), it means 5G would make a person run at 11,180 km/h, or as fast as the fastest unmanned plane in the world, the Hypersonic aircraft X-43A. 

    The post 5G and gaming: Spotlight on virtual reality appeared first on Techerati.

  • 03-Dec-2019
    11:26

    Lincoln-based startup uses groundbreaking cooling technology coolDC has opened its award-winning data centre in Boole Technology Centre at Lincoln Science and Innovation Park. Launched in 2017, coolDC designs hyper-efficient, environmentally-friendly data centres that use renewable energy and convert surplus heat into energy. In June, the company received a Gold-level Certified Energy Efficient Datacentre Award (CEEDA)... Read More

    The post coolDC opens first data centre in Lincoln appeared first on Techerati.

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