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PHOTO GALLERY: Opening stages of one of EU’s biggest tech events

22 Mar 18

The two-day colossus of tech events opened today, held at ExCeL in London.

Cloud Expo Europe, Cloud Security Expo, Big Data World, Smart IoT, and Data Centre World are all being co-located together in the enormous venue – so big in fact that you need a map to get around.

Hundreds of exhibitors have gathered from all the industries mentioned above to display their wares and benefit from the shared insights in one of the biggest tech events in Europe.

Below are some shots from the opening stages, stay tuned for some more updates as the event progresses.

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