London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) June 27, 2011 -- It can be confirmed that a record number of delegates were in attendance during the CDN World Forum in London last week, which was collocated with the largest Cloud Computing event in Europe, the 3rd annual Cloud Computing World Forum.
Held on 21st and 22nd June at Olympia, the forum hosted some of the biggest names and organisations from the IT industry, with over 70 global companies from both the cloud and CDN industries exhibiting, around 130 keynote presentations being delivered in four different theatres, and a host of vital topics being covered by an array of expert speakers.
Well-received by delegates throughout the two days, the show's organiser, Mark Johnstone was delighted by the success of this year's event:
"The attendance levels have been great, which I'm extremely pleased about.
"However, what was really superb about the show was the enthusiasm everyone had over the course of both days. The buzz around cloud computing and CDN has clearly gained momentum in the last 12 months, but from hearing the discussions held in both the packed-out theatres and around the exhibition stands, there's still a fair way to go with cloud and people are genuinely committed to working out how to get there.
"There's clearly plenty of expansion expected in both the cloud computing and CDN industries in the near future, and we're now looking forward to next year where both the Cloud Computing and CDN World Forum will be even bigger."
Because of the event's popularity, next year's CDN World Forum will be held at Earls Court, London on the 12th and 13th June 2012, collocating with the 4th annual Cloud Computing World Forum.
Next up for the Cloud Computing World Series is the Cloud Computing World Forum Latin America, taking place on the 28th September in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
For more information about both this year's event as well as speaking opportunities, sponsorship and exhibition options for other up-coming CDN World Forum and Cloud Computing World Series events in 2011 and 2012, please contact the Keynote team on +44 (0)845 519 1230 or email: