Sunday, 14 January 2018

Digital Gateway Event

Digital Gateway to Europe Accelerates Knowledge Sharing Across Global Data Center Industry with

Kickoff partnership at KickStart Europe 2018 Industry Event on 24 Jan in Amsterdam

Digital Gateway to Europe (DG), a government and industry-backed initiative based in the Netherlands, today announces a cooperation agreement with - the global cloud, hosting and data center industry news portal. Together, DG and plan to accelerate knowledge sharing across the international data center industry through online exposure and at industry events.

Digital Gateway to Europe will share its English language market reports through’s new to establish Knowledge Center on Here, visitors globally will get free access to an ever-expanding amount of reports including: European Data Hub Comparison; State of The Dutch Data Centers; Fact Sheet Value Proposition of NL and EU Data Protection Legislation (GDPR); and much more. Another example of mutual knowledge sharing efforts includes the deployment of a news feed on the online platform.

The Knowledge Center is expected to go live before DG’s KickStart Europe 2018 event taking place on 24 January 2018 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. More than 250 mainly C-level visitors (investors and executives within cloud, hosting, connectivity and data center services) have signed up to join this KickStart Europe 2018 summit next week in Amsterdam. As a global cloud, hosting and data center industry news portal, has committed itself to provide coverage of the event.

Keynote speakers, experts and panel session participants at KickStart Europe 2018 in RAI Amsterdam convention center include: Alfonso Aranda Arias, Head of Global Data Center Operations, IBM; Gary Niederpruem, Chief Strategy and Development Officer, Vertiv; Thomas Kind, CIO of DE-CIX; Alex Goldblum, CEO of Eurofiber; Rutger Bevaart, CTO of Custom Connect; and Onno Bos, Director of Sales, AMS-IX.

For the full list of speakers at the summit and the complete KickStart Europe 2018 program, visit: