Join us for IBM Power Days 2019

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Once again, we have the pleasure to invite you to IBM Power Days 2019 taking place September 3rd and 4th at Hotel Kellers Park near the city of Vejle.

We have gone through significant efforts to make this year’s agenda even more inspiring and powerful. With a keynote by Freddy Alves, VP, Cognitive Systems, you will get the latest state and future directions for Power Systems. Furthermore, there will be plenty of interesting sessions covering Hybrid Cloud integration, AI and Machine Learning, Power Architecture for SAP Hana, IBM i, AIX and Linux updates. Presentations will be done by both WW and local subject matter experts, as well as clients presenting their own use-cases and achievements using the Power platform.

Rounding off day one will be an entertaining and inspiring pitch by Nikolaj Sonne, known from the TV show ‘So ein Ding’. Nikolaj will provide us with his fast-paced view on the latest trends and developments within the AI and Machine Learning areas.

In the Partner Area, you will also be able to meet some of our key partners and view their solutions and offerings for the Power Ecosystem.

During the full two conference days, there will be plenty of time to engage, ask questions and network with peers and experts within the Power Ecosystem.

In short, this is an event you don’t want to miss – we look forward to seeing you there.

You can view the full agenda here.


EVENT DETAILS  – When, Where and Registration:

Date: Tuesday and Wednesday the 3rd and 4th of September 2019

Venue: Hotel Comwell Kellers Park, H.O. Wildenskovsvej 28, Brejning, Denmark

Register for the event: Sign up here!

We look forward to seeing you for an exciting and informative day.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at STEFANF@dk.ibm.com

Nordic Mainframe & Power Business Unit Executive IBM Global Markets - Systems HW Sales

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