Capacity Middle East 2024 unites key ICT players for future-proofing digital infrastructure

  • Capacity Middle East 2024 brings together over 2,600 industry leaders from various sectors, providing a platform for collaboration and networking.
  • Future-proofing businesses: Attendees have the opportunity to connect with decision-makers from new companies offering innovative solutions, enabling them to stay ahead in the rapidly evolving digital market.
  • Comprehensive insights: The event features a diverse range of speakers and experts covering topics relevant to data center infrastructure, cloud services, network transformation, regulatory bodies, and more, ensuring participants gain valuable industry insights.

The leading digital infrastructure event, Capacity Middle East 2024, takes place from February 6 to 8, with pre-event activities scheduled on February 5, at the Grand Hyatt Dubai Conference & Exhibition Centre in the UAE.

Capacity Middle East, the region’s premier gathering for digital infrastructure professionals, is set to bring together over 2,600 key ICT players from the Middle East and beyond. This event serves as a platform for industry leaders representing various sectors such as carriers, cloud services, peering, hyperscale, content providers, finance, software, equipment, data centers, and satellite industries. With an array of networking opportunities, insightful presentations, and an engaging social agenda, Capacity Middle East aims to foster collaboration and future-proof businesses in the rapidly evolving digital landscape.

Also read: Capacity Asia 2023: Who’s attending, and what can we expect?

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Networking opportunities

The event offers both public and private meeting spaces across exhibition show floors, ensuring ample opportunities for industry players to connect and explore collaborations. Dedicated meeting spaces and rooms will showcase solutions related to voice, data, messaging, and digital services. Attendees can take advantage of these spaces to engage with companies specializing in carrier and connectivity services. Additionally, the event features social engagements including evening cocktail receptions, Happy Hours, and the popular pre-event Golf Day, providing further networking opportunities in a relaxed setting.

Future-proofing your business

Over 2,300 professionals attended Capacity Middle East in 2023, with more than 50% holding Director-level positions or above. This year promises to bring decision-makers from new companies, offering innovative solutions that can propel businesses to new heights. By connecting with these industry leaders, attendees can discover cutting-edge technologies, strategies, and partnerships that will help them stay ahead in the dynamic digital market.

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Insights into the industry

Capacity Middle East 2024 boasts a diverse range of speakers and experts from across the global connectivity sphere. The event features representatives from the carrier community, influential figures in affiliated sectors such as data center infrastructure, subsea cable networks, network transformation, cloud services, government and regulatory bodies, content application providers, peering networks, messaging & SMS platforms, and mobile network operator (MNO)/mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) markets. The agenda covers a wide spectrum of topics, ensuring that participants gain insights relevant to their specific areas of interest.

Capacity Middle East 2024 is poised to be a pivotal event for the digital infrastructure industry. With its extensive networking opportunities, access to decision-makers, and comprehensive insights into the rapidly changing market, attendees can expect to forge new partnerships, explore innovative solutions, and future-proof their businesses. By bringing together key ICT players, this conference fosters collaboration and paves the way for the growth of the digital ecosystem in the Middle East and beyond.


Cassie Gong

Cassie is a news reporter at BTW media focusing on company profiles, interviews, podcasts, networking, sustainability, and AI. She graduated from Newcastle University, UK with a Master’s degree in Translating & Interpreting and now works in London and Hangzhou. Send tips to

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