Bangalore, September 6, 2012: The world’s largest technical professional association IEEE, is host its first ever conference in India on the theme of Cloud Computing for Emerging Markets [CCEM], in Bangalore on October 11 and 12 2012. The two-day conference will bring together industry, government, and academic leaders in cloud computing from around the world.
Speakers at the conference include Policy Shaper Sam Pitroda, IEEE CIO Alexander Pasik, General manager, EMC Industry Standards Office Steve Diamond, HP Labs India Director Sudhir Dixit, IBM India”s Cloud Strategy Leader Vamsi Mudiam, Co-Founder & CEO, Zinnov Management Consulting Pari Natarajan etc.
Says Kathy L Grise, Future Directions Senior Program Director for the IEEE Cloud Computing Initiative: “The primary driver behind choosing India for the first ever conference from IEEE focused on cloud computing is the rapid and significant deployment of cloud computing products and services here. We also see India as a hotbed of innovation in this area. The conference, by facilitating knowledge exchange between stakeholders, is likely to further accelerate deployment of cloud products and services besides further encouraging current innovations and initiatives in the region."