European Space Agency’s Director General features in Data Economy’s 10th magazine edition alongside the world’s first Power 200 for data centres, cloud and edge computing
The latest edition of the Data Economy Magazine looks into the future of not just the sector but of humankind, without forgetting its usual focus on M&A, start-ups, millennials and much more.
The latest edition continues to prime for its high-level interviewees and focusing on exclusive content to the data centre sector.
In this edition, the Data Economy team has spoken to the European Space Agency Director General Johann-Dietrich Wörner, who talks all things space from borderless cooperation to computing, not forgetting some of the challenges we face on Earth.
On the storage front, the newsroom spoke to Western Digital’s CTO Martin Fink to really understand what is coming to the market in this space and what to watch out for.
Executives from SoftwareAG, Veritas, OVH, Colt, and others, talk everything from the future of telecommunications to security in what is the market’s first big look at the next decade.
In this edition, the Data Economy Newsroom is also pleased to release the world’s first top 200 leaders in data centres, cloud and data, with lots of new faces.
The Data Economy Magazine was originally launched in Monte Carlo, Monaco, in June 2017, and has since featured several leading names including Denmark’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Anders Samuelsen, Prime Minister of Luxembourg, Xavier Bettel, the Director General of the European Space Agency Johann-Dietrich Wörner, Yang Yuanqing, Lenovo’s chairman and CEO, and several other international CEOs, Presidents, Chairmen, Investors and Entrepreneurs from across the globe.
João Marques Lima, founder and editor-in-chief of Data Economy, said: “As we fast approach our third anniversary in the second half of the year, we are working extremely hard in cementing the leadership position Data Economy holds in the media space for our industry.
“This 10th magazine is just the latest example of the commitment the newsroom has to its readers and it showcases a consistent delivery model to the strategy we adopted for Data Economy since day one. This is an edition not only for the sector we report on, but to the general public as it really delves into what the next decade has in store for all of us.”
The 10th magazine is also available online. To read it, visit here. If you wish to receive a print copy of a future edition of the Data Economy magazine, subscribe here.
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