CMS CEE – Data Centres

17 May 2022

Dominic Carman, Editor of Reports Legal, recently chaired a CMS webinar on the development of data centres in CEE.


Participants: 

  • CMS CEE TMT, Real Estate and Energy experts –
    Eva Talmacsi
    Lukáš Hejduk
    Piotr Ciolkowski
  • Director of Turner & Townsend, Poland –
    Tomasz Łosek


Issues:

  • What are the key factors driving global demand for more data centres? 
  • Why is the CEE region so well-placed to meet the demand for regional data centre hubs in Europe? 
  • How are CEE governments accelerating the digital transformation that data centres need to flourish? 
  • How are data centres developing in CEE?

To watch the 60-minute webinar, please see link

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