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Upcoming Technology Live! dates:
• Paris, France: TBC 2017
• Munich, Germany: TBC 2017
• London, UK: February 2018

     

Enabling the discussion between the industry and its influencers

Technology Live! is a one-day event where up to four vendors showcase their technologies in action to a group of technical journalists, bloggers and analysts. A combination of presentations and demos allows each company to present its solutions with a much higher level of detail than is usually possible in traditional briefings. A highly interactive day for all participants.

Delegates to date: Andrea Mauro, Andrew Buss, Antony Adshead, Ariane Rüdiger, Bertrand Garé, Bryan Betts, Chris Evans, Chris Mellor, Christophe Bardy, Clive Longbottom, Daniel Bizo, Engelbert Hörmannsdorfer, Enrico Signoretti, Greg Ferro, Hartmut Wiehr, Jacques Cheminat, Jakob Jung, John Abbott, Joscelyn Flores, Karl Fröhlich, Keith Humphreys, Mark Peters, Martin Glassborow, Martin Hingley, Michael Matzer, Mitul Metha, Nathaniel Martinez, Nick Sundby, Norbert Deuschle, Silvia Cosso, Solange Belkhayat Fuchs, Tony Lock & Yann Serra.

To sponsor the event or register as a delegate (press, bloggers and analysts only) please contact A3TechLive@a3communications.co.uk

To access video recordings of previous Technology Live! sessions please click here.

Latest editorial highlights:

Kaminario will seine All-Flash-Plattform mit Software allzwecktauglich machen
18th July 2017 - Storage Insider
Kaminario offloads compression to Intel's QAT engine
11th July 2017 - The Register
Symbolic IO stellt Serverplattform für Computational-defined Storage vor
13th April 2017 - Storage Insider
Virtual Instruments étend son champ d'opération
6rd March 2017 - linformaticien.com
Symbolic IO CEO insists the IRIS i1 is more than a bunch of pretty lights
3rd March 2017 - The Register
Virtual Instruments provide a full stack monitoring
3rd March 2017 - vinfrastructure.it
Scality guarantees 100 percent uptime for private cloud storage environments
2nd March 2017 - vinfrastructure.it
Quantum takes on GPFS and Lustre in commercial HPC market
1st March 2017 - The Register
Scality guarantees 100% availability
28th February 2017 - The Register
Symbolic IO reveals tech bound to give server old guard the willies
24th February 2017 - The Register
Symbolic IO: the wow effect
24th February 2017 - vinfrastructure.it
Technology Live! London 2017
23rd February 2017 - vinfrastructure.it
NVMe over Ethernet is the future. And that's how we roll- Tegile
10th July 2016 - The Register
You always hear about storage's big dogs. How about the little firms?
22nd March 2016 - The Register
Le upstart de la storage: OpenIO, ARM CPUs and Kinetic drives
11th March 2016 - The Register
Newbie startup Tarmin shines up trendy secondary storage grid
10th March 2016 - The Register
No Kinetic energy at DataDirect Networks: Ethernet drives snubbed
10th March 2016 - The Register
Scale Computing: Our hyper-converged gear will be worth the weight
10th March 2016 - The Register

Attendee reviews:

Chris Mellor, The Register
'Why was it such a good event? Good mix of companies; right number for length of day, mix of tech and sales/marketing, willing to answer toughest questions in straightforward way - much appreciated, good mix of journalist/analysts facilitated good range of questions and attendee-presenter conversations making for meaningful dialogue.'

Tony Lock, Freeform Dynamics
'A great chance to interact with the participants. A very well organised and run event.'

Martin Glassborow, Storagebod.com
'Good selection of vendors; pacing of presentations was good. [I wanted Technology Live! to give me] product information and context from various vendors along with a healthy dollop of cynicism from the journos/bloggers and analysts...and it delivered'

Enrico Signoretti, Juku.it/en
'I like the idea to spend a day with a selected number of vendors and few other bloggers/journalists to talk about technology and different PoVs. And this is exactly what happens.'