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Large international events broadcast live and directly to your mobile device, interactive real-time voting for competitions, streaming high-quality footage, social media commentary. The infrastructure requirements are huge, as are the number of different players involved in the broadcasting of live international events. eco of Germany invites you to join them for the second meeting of the new eco Competence Group Networks.
The last of this year’s eco LocalTalk series took place in Frankfurt am Main under the motto “Data Center Life Savers – Networks”. Like the other LocalTalks in Hamburg and Munich a few weeks earlier, the after-work event combined keynote and lightning speeches with a podium discussion focusing on a key topic for data center operators and practitioners.
The second evening in the eco LocalTalk series Data Center Life Savers took place in Munich on 27 April 2016 in the centrally-located premises of ExperTeach. eco is Germany’s Association of the Internet Industry. The topic for the evening was “Power”, and the topical part of the event was filled with informative presentations and a lively panel discussion.
Germany’s Internet Industry Association (eco) is hosting a LocalTalks event in Munich on April 27th. The topic of this event is energy saving in data centers.
A data center is a complex entity which is meant to be safe, fail-proof and economical to run. These criteria are the subject of the new series of eco LocalTalks, organised by German Internet Industry Association eco. BusinessCriticalInfrastructures is a media partner of the upcoming series of LocalTalks. eco published on its website an interview with Dr. Béla Waldhauser, head of the eco Competence Group Data Center Infrastructure, about the status quo in German data centers.
The Internet industry will stay one of the fastest growing industries in Germany in the next few years – and is likely to surpass even the traditional giants, such as the engineering and automobile sectors. Good grounds for eco and Arthur D. Little to conduct their third comprehensive study on the promising industry.
Germany’s eco internet industry association reports: Germany’s Federal Government has drafted a law aimed at driving the growth of the country’s high-speed Internet connections. The law would require public service providers such as municipal utilities to open up their infrastructure for fibre optic cables.
Three data center providers had their data centers audited in the eco Datacenter Star Audit at the end of 2015, and all passed the certification process with flying colours, says eco, the German Internet industry association.
By 2019, the revenue of the German Internet industry will have increased by roughly 60 percent to 114 billion euros. This corresponds to average annual growth (2015- 2019) of twelve percent. The number of people employed in this sector will also dramatically increase. These figures are the findings of the soon-to-be-published study ‘The German Internet Industry 2016 – 2016’ by eco – Association of the Internet Industry and Arthur D. Little; the third study of its kind.