DCD>Connect | Madrid returns to the Spanish capital, this time at the Eurostars Madrid Tower, for its 16th edition, bringing together more than 800 data center design and build supply chain executives from Spain and Southern Europe.
It's the Ultimate Discovery Experience for the Data Center Industry Supply Chain.
This was the DCD>Connect | Madrid 2022
Passes for DCD>Connect | Madrid
Available to representatives of Hyperscale, Cloud, Enterprise and Investment Fund companies, as well as Colocation and AEC/Consultancy professionals who are not part of the Business Development, Sales and Marketing teams. The VIP All Access pass includes:
- Access to all of the content and networking taking place on both days of the event
- A VIP Welcome Lunch (Day 1)
- Access to the Technology Exchanges on Day 1
- Access to Cocktails with open bar
- Participation in one of the Business Briefings on Day 2
- Interactive demonstrations and other activities in the Expo Zone
- Access to the VIP Lounge
*Please note that due to the capacity of the event, we have allocated a limited number of passes for AEC/Consultancy companies. There is no defined limit for Enterprise, Hyperscale, Cloud, Investment Funds or Colocation groups, however, Business Development, Sales and Marketing professionals must purchase a paid All Access pass to attend the event.Apply for a Pass
Paid All Access passes are available to anyone working in sales, marketing or business development at AEC/Consulting, Colocation or Cloud companies. However, professionals from Technology Vendor companies can only access the event as sponsors or with a Business Development pass.Apply for a Pass
Business Development paid passes are available for Technology Vendor professionals who want access to the event on an individual basis. For sponsorship opportunities, please contact [email protected].Apply for a Pass
Some of the experts joining us this year on the conference program
Confirmed buyers, specifiers and suppliers at this year's event
The DCD has always seemed to me to be a very interesting event. Dedicating a space and a moment to share the trends, problems and future of the Data Center is important, especially with the relevance they are gaining year after year in Spain, and particularly in Madrid, facing the Hub of Southern Europe.
I really enjoyed the round tables you organised in the last editions. They were very appropriate and it is a good meeting place to share experiences and points of view.Antonio Marcos García, Data Center Manager, IBM
We are constantly reviewing whitepapers. Attending webinars. Looking for success stories on how new technologies are being applied in data centres. But we need to meet vendors face-to-face because we always have more questions. And it's not just about understanding the nuances of the technology. It's also about building trust.David Hall, Senior Director Technology Innovation, Equinix