National Trade Association
Bitkom is Germany’s digital association and represents more than 2,700 companies of the digital economy, including 2,000 direct members. The members of Bitkom employ more than 2 million people in Germany. Among these members are 1,000 SMEs, over 500 startups and virtually all global players.
DDI provides an overview of the organisations who deliver cutting-edge solutions, products and services to the data center industry in Denmark and abroad. The primary role of our association is to make it easier for you to do business with us. We support the establishment of new business relationships nationally and internationally.
The Dutch Data Center Association (DDA) is the trade organization of data centers in the Netherlands, the bedrock of the Dutch economy.The DDA unites leading data centers in the Netherlands in a common mission: the strengthening of economic growth and the profiling of the data center sector to government, media and society.
ECO is a wider organisation that looks at all aspects of the digital economy but it does incorporate an area specifically focussed on data centres.
Finnish Data Center Forum (FDCF) provides the ecosystem for cloud and data center business in Finland. FDCF is an independent, non-profit association dedicated to drive data center and cloud business and to connect the data center field professionals together.
France Datacenter brings together all the actors of the data center ecosystem in France. It represents and promotes the industry as a base for the performance and reliability of the digital economy. Today the association is made up of around one hundred companies that design, build and operate data centers.
At the German Datacenter Association, we promote the interests and special needs of data centre operators to policy makers, the media and society at large.
Host in Ireland is an industry-led initiative specifically developed to generate awareness and recognition of Ireland’s benefits as an optimum location to host digital assets. By providing timely and accurate information regarding Ireland’s hosting landscape with the help of partner companies, Host in Ireland is redefining industry perceptions.
United Kingdom (UK)
Host in Scotland was created in 2017 and is an umbrella organisation to represent and promote the interests of the Scottish Datacentre sector industry. Host in Scotland is funded by Scottish Futures Trust and Scottish Government. Our aim is to promote new investment in the space, be it from existing operators seeking to expand or new entrants to Scotland.
Polish Data Centre Association’s mission is to take care of Polish data centres good business and to encourage Polish companies and institutions to use IT outsourcing in the data centre. This goal is achieved by building a positive image of the business services sector and by showing the benefits of solutions created on the basis of data centres.