- Christian Tshishiku, DC Byte
What’s new in this burgeoning data center market?
Over the past few years significant investment into the African continent from the connectivity side has been making headlines. As Africa continues to see fast population growth driving a need to create and consume higher numbers of data, could we see it become a key player in the data center space and what is needed for this to become a reality?
This broadcast will bring industry experts together to discuss key trends in the market from subsea investment to new edge projects on the continent could mean for Africa’s digital infrastructure. As well as discussions around challenges facing investments, key drivers and much more.
Episodes streaming live on the 13th July
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