Edge data centers are on the rise, driven by Industry 4.0 technology and Internet adoption. So, which edge data center solutions are right for your business? Register now to discover how your business can build new innovations with the help of edge data center technology on Thursday 19 November!
The advent of Industry 4.0 technologies like artificial intelligence, 5G and the Internet of Things is bringing increasing the number of connected devices and new innovations in autonomous vehicles, virtual and augmented reality in retail and entertainment, and robotics for manufacturing and healthcare to name a few.
However, vastly more connected devices require more data capacity and lower latency. That’s where edge data centers come on the scene to bring IT resources closer to the user and faster services.
The Asia Pacific edge data center market is predicted to expand at over 22% annually with enterprises investing heavily in Singapore, Malaysia, Japan and China.
But how can you select the best edge data center solutions for your business? And what cutting edge innovations are enabled by these solutions?
Join industry friends on Thursday 19 November to explore how we can work together to tap into the potential of edge data centers to transform your business.
Agenda - 19th November 2020
|10.35AM||[Case Study] Leading Edge Data Centers: Bridging the Gap between Urban and Regional Areas
Interviewee: Chris Thorpe, Leading Edge Data Centres
|10.45AM||Interview with SE
Interviewee: Steven Cheng, Schneider Electric
|10.50AM||[Thought Leadership Presentation] Edge Data Center Strategies and Solutions
The perfect definition of edge computing is constantly debated, but its function and importance are abundantly clear. The IoT effect has created the need for more compute, network and storage closer to the end user, to meet the demand for staggering bandwidth and allow critical decisions to be made at the source, while at the same time ensuring low latency. That criticality can only be served through edge computing. However, therein lie the challenges. How do you effectively deploy, manage, monitor, or administer an edge world?
Steven Cheng, Schneider Electric
|11.05AM||Interview with Power Partners
Interviewee: Paul Randall
|11.10AM||[Thought Leadership Presentation] On the edge carbon neutral solutions
As the demand of the population for digital applications grows exponentially, energy consumption will inevitably also steadily rise. One of the main topics in relation to edge computing and data centers is always sustainability. So just how can energy-efficiency oriented data centers respond to this apparent conundrum? Foresighted planning is required by turning the key to utilizing the waste and moving towards carbon neutral. Let’s join the webinar and find out what is the integrated solutions for our better future.
Beh Hui Ting, Power Partners
|11.25AM||[Presentation] How an airline industry prepare for the arrival of edge technologies in its operations
Christian Regnier, Air France
|11.35AM||[Panel Discussion]: Evaluating the Edge: What Edge Data Centers can Offer your Business
1. What edge data center solutions are available in Asia Pacific and what makes this region a particularly good market for the Edge?
2. What are the blindspots about Edge Computing from a personnel standpoint? How can data center operators and cloud providers better prepare themselves for the rapid expansion of the edge?
3. What are the challenges when it comes to implementing edge computing?
4. There is a growing demand for sustainability in the data center market; how are green power and similar innovations being enabled by edge data centers?
5. What does the future hold for edge data centers and Industry 4.0 technology?
Steven Cheng, Schneider Electric
Paul Randall, Power Partners
Moderator: Nishchal Khorana, Frost & Sullivan
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• Senior executives: Head of Business, Head of Finance, Head of IT, Head of Digital Transformation, Head of Human Resource, Head of Operations
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