26 Oct Datacentre & Cloud Infrastructure Summit 2023
The Saudi Vision 2030 initiative pushes businesses of all natures to advance their technologies, elevating the quality of life for those within the Kingdom. Part of this includes the expansion and streamlining of Saudi Arabia’s cloud data services – which has already been seen through the installation of a number of data centres.
To explore the innovative new pathways for data protection, management and the development of information security, the Datacentre & Cloud Infrastructure Summit is planting its roots in Saudi Arabia.
Unprecedented digitization efforts, deployment of 5G services, next-gen tech advancements with IoT & Big Data, new ICT investments and a favourable regulatory environment, are together flaring up KSA’s datacentre & cloud market. The Kingdom is giving the entire MENA region a run for their money as its data centre market is forecasted to cross $1.77 billion by 2027.
Further, the dawn of a Cloud-First Policy and consequent proliferation of cloud services are said to skyrocket its cloud services market to reach nearly $2.4 billion by 2026. To top it all, the introduction of the Personal Data Protection Law, MNCs expanding their cloud regions in the country and Kingdom’s MCIT collaborating with local players to erect a network of hyper-scale colocation datacentres, have set the entire nation ablaze with new investment and business opportunities.
In line with Saudi Vision 2030 and to give direct access to the country’s poised datacentre & cloud market, Datacentre & Cloud Infrastructure Summit (DCCI) is coming to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the first time on 29 -30 November in Riyadh at JW Marriott Hotel. The event will attract 300+ data centre & cloud professionals from 100+ leading public and private enterprises across KSA.