Mark Cooper of AtlasEdge to attend Data Centre LIVE

Mark Cooper, VP Edge Strategy for AtlasEdge Data Centres is part of an esteemed panel of speakers taking to the Data Centre LIVE Virtual stage this May

Mark Cooper of AtlasEdge Data Centres is set to join the speaking panel at Data Centre LIVE on 17th May 2023. Cooper has spent the last 20 years in the Internet networking business working at data centres, Internet Exchange providers, and network service providers. His career started in network engineering and he has also held roles in network architecture, product management and marketing, business development and corporate strategy. He has worked with AtlasEdge for just under 2 years since its conception and as part of his role, he oversees GTM strategy and engagement with customers to drive product innovation and the development of new strategic partnerships and initiatives. 

AtlasEdge is a European data centre operator and provider with more than 100 sites across the continent. Their facilities are physically located on the ‘edge’ of the network – creating a bold new market for customers across all sectors. Their belief as a company is that edge is where the next wave of innovation resides and it will ultimately empower a more sustainable and digital society. As a result, AtlasEdge Data Centres have developed a suite of industry leading products and services across Europe to meet both present and future customer requirements.

They are working to embrace a society that is growing increasingly more digital and part of Mark Cooper’s work is to deliver Europe’s next generation Edge platform. Priding themselves on their fast connectivity and low transit costs, AtlasEdge is also dedicated to environmental protection across all of their networks to ensure both sustainability and efficiency. 

Most recently, in March 2023, AtlasEdge announced a partnership with PacketFabric to provide customers with cloud connectivity. This ultimately aims to ensure that AtlasEdge customers benefit from on-demand and secure cloud access, as well as greater flexibility across the platforms. It is a partnership-led focus like this that is exciting to consider for the future of data centre networks.

Mark Cooper has previously spoken at Cloud & 5G LIVE, where he led a presentation into the myths of edge computing. Edge computing continues to be a hotly debated topic with plenty of misconceptions over what it is and what it has the potential to become. It is an exciting prospect for him to speak at Data Centre LIVE about the changing climate of technology and where the future of data centre innovation and digital transformation may lie.

Data Centre LIVE London is a virtual conference, taking place on the 17th of May 2023. Taking to the virtual stage, some of the world’s leaders in data centre technologies, security and sustainability will share their insights, in exclusive keynote speeches and dynamic fireside discussions.

We are thrilled to have Mark Cooper take to the stage to discuss new innovation within the data centre industry. He will be joined by Susanna Kass, Nina Jane Petal, David Watkins, and many more esteemed speakers from across the industry.

This exclusive 1-day event is not to be missed, and will be live streamed to a global audience from 10:25am - 2pm BST.

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