Brussels, Belgium, 19 September 2022 - For immediate release
Euclidia, the European Cloud Industry Alliance, is launching the first edition of Euclidia NOW! on 29 September in Brussels, a moment of exchange around future technological challenges, from sovereignty to artificial intelligence and competitiveness, with the presence of political representatives, opinion leaders and European technology creators.
This event aims to foster the adoption of European technologies on the political and economic scene. Jean-Paul Smets, co-president of Euclidia, recalls that "practically all web and cloud technologies were invented in Europe. Europe is also far ahead in next-generation cloud technologies."
Euclidia's initiative aims to create a stronger and truly independent European ecosystem of players addressing different market needs, developing an environment where technological and business innovation is supported and encouraged.
On the agenda: exciting exchanges around European technologies that have significant value in the areas of cloud, data spaces and industry 4.0: high-performance data storage, big data hub for AI, edge computing, 5G virtualisation, cybersecurity, reliable and reversible infrastructures compliant with European laws, private and public multi-clouds, interoperability, collaborative workspaces, e-office, compatibility with US and Chinese laws, etc.
Discover the full programme here
Participation is free, but prior registration is required
Event location: Comet Meetings, Place Stéphanie 20 1050 Brussels, Belgium
The European Cloud Industrial Alliance (EUCLIDIA) is an industry alliance of SMEs active in the cloud industry. Members are cloud SMEs that develop and supply hardware or software for IaaS, PaaS or SaaS, and are majority owned by European shareholders. EUCLIDIA's mission is to foster innovation in the European cloud space, in particular for the provision and operation of cloud infrastructure. The association is dedicated to promoting the opportunity to create a green and SME-friendly environment in the European cloud sector.