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Cloud Connect China 2014 announce Sponsors and Exhibitors

SHANGHAI, Aug. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2nd Cloud Connect China will be held on 16-18 September at Shanghai International Convention Center. The event brand was established in Silicon Valley (U.S.) in 2008, and was crowned as one of the Top 10 Global Cloud Computing Events. Last year, it was firstly introduced into China, providing all-dimensional cloud computing solutions through pay conferences and exhibition.

Cloud computing has been a hot issue since 2008. After years' development, the industry becomes more mature and rational. Multiple brands have established their status, while government affairs, finance, education, medicine, e-commerce and other user industries are also considerably promoted.

Preview of Partial Sponsors and Exhibitors

Cloud Connect China 2014 recently announced its partial sponsors and exhibitors, which indicates its brand value has been widely recognized despite the fact that this is only its second edition in China. Comparing with the previous one, this year, more Chinese companies participate actively. Almost half sponsors and exhibitors arefrom within the nation. Diamond Sponsors like Yovole Networks and Qing Cloud are both leading cloud companies in China, while HP, IBM, Open Compute Foundation, Openstack Foundation and other international companies keep investing. It is believed that the onsite performance of this year's event will be even better.

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Regarding the exhibitors, Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Ltd., VIVAVO, WizCloud, 99cloud, LoongTao, GOUKUAI, GDS, Azvic, SOFTLAYER, Ruijie, HP, Yovole, Cacbedu, Qing Cloud, Dr.Peng Group, GAINET, blisscloud, QINIU, Inspur, SurDoc, UnitedStack, Equinix have all prepared to showcase their most competitive products and solutions.

Register now to Enjoy Privileges

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Speakers of Cloud Connect China 2014 include not only leaders from main cloud computing companies like IBM, Intel, VMware, Yovole, Red Hat, Alibaba, but also senior managers from user companies like GE, CNPC, Haier e-commerce, Ctrip and etc.

People who intend to attend the conferences and expo can enjoy extra privileges by online registration.

Conference attendees: choose VIP Pass, All Access Pass, Main Conference Pass, Workshop Pass according to needs and hear domestic and overseas experts to share latest technology and cases. The online discount will be closed on 3 September. Check pricing information:
http://www.ubmconlinereg.com/CLOUD14/en/

Expo visitor: pre-register online to visit the expo for free on 17-18 September. Meet with cloud computing suppliers and explore products and solutions. More information:
http://www.ubmconlinereg.com/CLOUD14/exhibitionen/


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