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NETWORKS EUROPE Magazine is the leading technical journal for the data centre and network professionals. Published on a bi-monthly basis NETWORKS EUROPE reaches an audience of 35,000 qualified professional's throughout Europe, landing on the desks of Data Centre Managers, ICT Directors, Consultants, Network Managers, CIOs, CTO’s and many more besides.


NETWORKS EUROPE features news, legislation and training information from industry leading bodies, detailed case studies and the very latest information on cutting edge technology .


NETWORKS EUROPE by LGN Media. LGN Media is a leading business-to-business publisher and events organiser. Our aim has always been to create and provide highly targeted, focused international trade publications and exhibitions of the highest quality, to assist businesses in establishing and developing key relationships and new opportunities.


Our backgrounds lie in engineering, communications, science and philosophy and our numbers are growing every day. We are driven by our enthusiasm for what we do and our pride in being somewhat different from the mainstream.


Keep up to date with the latest issue of NETWORKS EUROPE. You can always find the the recent issue of NETWORKS EUROPE here along with a few of the most recent issues available.

Networks Europe May/June 2016
Networks Europe Issue 2 March/April 2016
Networks Europe January/February 2016


Please consider this as a rolling Editorial update and not necessarily specific to any one issue. Therefore don’t assume anything if you are interested: just contact me using the guidelines that follow.

New features:


  • European data | In or Out: With the EU referendum around the corner what impact is it having in the run up to the IN/Out vote taking place on 23rd June, and what impact could it have, either way, once the vote is cast?
    We are keen to offer our readers insight into the impact that this huge event could have: specifically what preparation they should consider, how to assess the risks and what, if any contingency they should prepare.
    If you have a point of view on the impact pertaining to Data Centres, Cloud Providers, Vendor selection and the safeguarding of privileged and business critical date, then please send a 100-word outline as soon as possible.


  • Agenda Europe: Starting in the May/June edition of Networks Europe, I want to start a regular series of interviews with the movers and shakers of the European Data Centre, Cloud and Data Centre Networking market.
    We are now inviting submission from interested parties, including but not limited to Senior Vendor Executives, Academics, Trade Associations and User organisation wishing to take a leadership role. 
    To register your interest, please send me a short email explaining the case for consideration. All interviews will take place by telephone with prior arrangement.


  • Cloud demystification: It all sounds so easy, moving your data, indeed your entire business to the cloud. But should it be private or public or even hybrid? With mounting pressure on organisations to ensure that their data is secure, underpinned by the real threat of significant fiscal penalties for breach, it must be planned, prepared, and carefully managed, all in the context of what the business actually requires.
    I want to commission a series of opinion articles that will shine light onto the considerations, their evaluation and as much wisdom as possible to help readers make the right decisions and manage it forward to business success.


Continuing features:


  • Feature Big Data: Big Data is all around us and some of its not new. However the explosion of data is challenging IT professionals on every front. I want to commission a series of articles that examine this in the context of the data centre, its management, its security and compliance and storage.


  • Feature – End to end Networking: Not many people will challenge the notion that whether we like or not, borderless networks are here and here to stay. What does this mean and how can control be established? What is the impact on the Data Centre infrastructure and how should capacity planning, management and security be approached?
  • Feature – DCIM and IIM: I invite submissions against two specific ideas. Firstly, regarding the best approach to the process of implementing a new system, how to be clear about what is required, how to evaluate it and of course, implementation. Secondly, article ideas regarding the use and management of a system at both the technical/professional level but also regarding the value it can add to the business and how to achieve this. It is after all a business asset and not a tech toy!


Permanent features:


  • General News/Product/Service News/Market News: please send me your press releases on all your news, including product announcements, standards, contract wins, people and anything that might be of interest to our readers.


  • Case Studies: The application of technology is linked to business objectives and strongly business focused. I am always looking for exclusive, mainstream and esoteric case studies that will help our readers to understand the art of the possible and inspire them to act.


  • Opinion articles: If you have an idea that you think our readers will find interesting and is not covered here, then please send me a 100 word story outline.


Guidance for submissions:

If you want to respond to any of these opportunities send me an email ( with no more than 100 words outlining your idea and I will respond and explain what we should do next.

Equally, if you have an idea that is not covered here, then outline it in no more than 100 words. Please limit each email to one idea…


I look forward to hearing from you.



Ray Smyth –



NETWORKS EUROPE reaches an audience of 35,000 decision makers on a bi-monthly basis right throughout Europe. These 35,000 individuals are comprised of Data Centre Managers, Facilities Managers, CIO's, CTO's, ICT Directors, Consultants, project managers and many more besides. This unique readership presents you with a unique opportunity to reach an audience that is not available through any other media. NETWORKS EUROPE also has a digital subscriber base of 10,000 readers and is available on all major mobile platforms.



NETWORKS EUROPE is distributed through the entirety of Europe, with its core circulation reaching The United Kingdom, Germany, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and many more besides.


Online is the world wide forum for industry professionals to find up to date information on all aspects of the industry. Updated with the very latest news on a daily basis to encourage regular visitors, and fiercely promoted within the magazine and other media the NETWORKS EUROPE website will offer advertisers immediate response and numerous other marketing opportunities.


Structured Cabling Professionals is the official LinkedIn group of NETWORKS EUROPE, and at 17,000 members is the biggest single group in the world for those involved in the specification of network and data centre infrastructures.


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