Data Center & Cloud

Sami Holopainen

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Sami Holopainen
Sami Holopainen, General Manager, Equinix Finland

Sami Holopainen is the General Manager with Equinix Finland. He was appointed General Manager, TelecityGroup Finland in early 2015. TelecityGroup was acquired by Equinix in January of 2016. Sami was the founder and CEO of Tenue for six years from 2006 through to its acquisition by TelecityGroup in 2012. He has over 20 years’ experience in ISP and data center businesses. Sami was involved in establishing a foothold for Tenue in the data exchange services in Finland and between Europe, Russia and the Baltic countries.

Sami holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Information Systems from the Satakunta University of Applied Sciences, Finland.

Driving Business Transformation And Enabling Digital Businesses Through Enhanced Connectivity

This presentation will highlight the importance of IOA (Interconnection Oriented Architecture) in enabling business transformation in a digitalized world.
Interconnection gives you the ability to integrate and connect key business stakeholders – customers, partners, vendors and employees, across multiple geographies – enhancing performance, reducing costs and generating new business opportunities. A key differentiator and a powerful competitive advantage IOA enables your business to rapidly connect, consume and deliver services, anywhere, everywhere, instantly.

In an interconnected world, your digital supply chain is as important as your physical supply chain, and interconnections play a pivotal role in connecting your business to the rest of the digital world. Vibrant business ecosystems create a platform for enterprises to connect in to – enhancing performance and creating new possibilities.

Colocation is a key component in an interconnected world. It is the foundation for business transformation and interconnection. It is around colocation that diverse business ecosystems are incubated and the possibilities of interconnections realized.

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