Sneak Preview to the Universe

December 1, 2009
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We have set up a new site to help you find out early on what’s new at next year’s Teradata Universe Conference in Berlin. We hope this site proves to be a handy tool that suits your purposes. Conferences have densely filled schedules and we are aware that your time is precious during the event.

The site will allow you to spot the most interesting sessions and workshops in advance, take a look at the keynote speakers, and generally make plans for your stay in Berlin. Once you’re registered, you can also customize your own agenda and easily arrange 1:1 discussions with Teradata experts. The site will be continuously updated during the run-up to the conference so that you can complement your schedule to the very last minute and make sure you keep focused during the conference.

At the same time, we will try to provide some additional inspiration on this blog. Our general idea is to give you fresh thoughts and relate them to people that will be available in Berlin. For example, we intend to feature some of our new technology partners in the coming months. We also have a few videos planned that will outline what’s on the agenda for which industry. And we will report on the



We have set up a new site to help you find out early on what’s new at next year’s Teradata Universe Conference in Berlin. We hope this site proves to be a handy tool that suits your purposes. Conferences have densely filled schedules and we are aware that your time is precious during the event.

The site will allow you to spot the most interesting sessions and workshops in advance, take a look at the keynote speakers, and generally make plans for your stay in Berlin. Once you’re registered, you can also customize your own agenda and easily arrange 1:1 discussions with Teradata experts. The site will be continuously updated during the run-up to the conference so that you can complement your schedule to the very last minute and make sure you keep focused during the conference.

At the same time, we will try to provide some additional inspiration on this blog. Our general idea is to give you fresh thoughts and relate them to people that will be available in Berlin. For example, we intend to feature some of our new technology partners in the coming months. We also have a few videos planned that will outline what’s on the agenda for which industry. And we will report on the ongoing events, just as we have done during the last conference in Istanbul.

Berlin is definitely an exciting place. Set free from its mural chains, the city has developed a remarkable dynamic. Right after the fall of the wall, Berlin became a giant construction site where cranes popped up like mushrooms in autumn. There may be fewer cranes by now, and still a lot to do. Still, Berliners keep reinventing themselves in manifold, disparate ways. In all parts of the world, we have learned what a struggling economy feels like over the past 18 months or so. If you want to get an impression what it feels like to be on the meandering road to recovery, come to Berlin.

Mario Bonardo