Middle East Cloud & Datacenter Market Insights 2021

Event Summary

The Middle East region is strongly preparing itself for the post oil era and most importantly it’s going full throttle to unlock its full potential of becoming a technology ready region and here are some points to prove that: –

1) Countries in the Middle East are looking to improve their digital economies through smart city projects, which is fueling the demand for edge computing and data center deployment. The IoT revenue in the Middle East is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 15% by 2025. Also, the adoption of 5G networks has commenced in the region. The Middle East Data center market is expected to cross 3% in revenue by 2025. 

 

2) Demand for Data Centres has been underpinned by technological advances and an increasing adoption of cloud-based services. As AI, ML & 5G trends play out, the levels of data produced, stored and analysed will grow exponentially, which will drive significant demand for Data Centres.

 

3) The Middle East Cloud application market is expected to grow by USD 4.5 Billion by 2024 at a CAGR of 17.5%. Localisation of Data Centres will be required going forward for the Middle East thus it will become a key market for cloud based on-demand computing service providers.

 

The above points prove that yes, the middle east region is adopting fact to tech and adoption is high but there are still challenges as well as opportunities on the road to become a technology leader like: –

1) Many organizations in the Middle East believe that their digitization process is taking much longer and many feel that their organizations would benefit from hybrid cloud adoption to overcome operational  & talent challenges.

2) The Middle Eastern region in general has ambient conditions which can take a major toll on the efficiency of data centres. Two of the main factors include temperature and dust which has a negative effect of efficiency. Building of Operationally efficient and localized hyperscale & sustainable data centers is an urgent need for the Middle East region.

3) There is a huge skills gap for IT personnel in the region. More often these roles are outsourced and at times may not be available locally. The region has to make some concerted efforts in ensuring that these technical skills are nurtured and in turn work towards a stronger industry.

4) Security practitioners in the Middle East are concerned with data privacy and security, ITO practitioners are interested in operational efficiency, and CEOs and CFOs promote cost savings. So how can these key stakeholders meet half-way – that’s the question of the hour.

As a tech enthusiast In order to make sure you are well versed with these updates W.media has created the largest platform for Middle East tech enthusiasts to join together and get insights from the top experts of the world.

 

Welcome to W.Media’s Middle East Cloud and Data Center Market Insights on the 31st of May, 2021.

Agenda

Time Slot (GMT+4) Topic
10:00AM W.Media Opening Address
10.05AM Keynote: – Need of the hour – Building Edge Data Centers in the Middle East.

The edge data center market in the Middle East will observe lucrative growth on account of the rapid industrialization and digitalization in the region. The governments in the region are emphasizing on establishing a globally integrated market environment and building modern economies by initiating several programs. The surging number of businesses incorporating advanced digital techniques will boost the demand for edge data centers. This session will take you through the journey of why Edge Data Centers are key to Middle East economies as well as enterprises and why the need is growing day by day.

10.20AM Panel: –  The Middle East Market in the Middle East – Investment trends and outlook 2025

The data center growth in the Middle East is currently growing by 15%.Despite these developments there are yet many cloud computing & DC companies who have not yet made their entry in the Middle East , so this says that the data center market in the Middle East is bright. However the question is how do we reach there by overcoming challenges and what would the data center market in the Middle East look like by 2025.

11.05AM Keynote: – Green DC – A Sustainable strategy for Data Center Pioneers in the Middle East 

The Middle East region faces some of the most unfavorable climate conditions in the world which takes a huge toll on the operation efficiency due to temperature and dust, a recurring factor. The Middle East, which produces a fifth of the world’s oil, leaders are faced with green-minded consumers and enterprises thus it is in the need for a green DC strategy which needs to cover the procurement, investment, cooling + energy efficient tech and architecture. This session will discuss the major strategies and challenges on the way of making DC’s green in the Middle East.

11.20AM Panel: – How to close the skill gap for IT and DC Personnel in the Middle East region
There is a huge skills gap for IT personnel in the Middle East region. More often these roles are outsourced and at times may not be available locally while the majority of the IT talent in the Middle East comes from South Asia and other parts of the world. The Middle East region has to make some concerted efforts in ensuring that these technical skills are nurtured and in turn work towards a stronger industry and these panel session will discuss about the challenges and opportunities to create a sustainable IT workforce in the region.
12.05PM Keynote: – Overcoming hybrid cloud & it’s security concerns in the Middle East 

A recent survey with 200+ IT Decision makers in the Middle East have stated that a multiple cloud approach would be beneficial for their organization. As Businesses in the Middle East adapt to new demand, one thing is becoming clear that flexibility is crucial for their Business. The other major issue for Business decision makers is also on how to overcome cloud security challenges so as not to expose their Business to unpredictable challenges. This keynote session will therefore help IT Decision makers to analyze the benefits and challenges of a hybrid cloud adoption strategy and how to address key cloud security challenges for enterprises in the Middle East.

12.20PM Closing Remarks

Who Should attend?

  • C-level
  • Procurement & Sourcing
  • Head of IT / Data Centers / Networks
  • IT / M&E Consultants & Engineers
  • System Integrators
  • Data Center Commissioners

Event Speakers

Digital Week 2021: South Asia – Sri Lanka Edition

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DIGITAL WEEK SOUTH ASIA: SRI LANKA EVENT BRIEF

The developments happening in Sri Lanka. 

  • Research and Markets forecast that Sri Lanka’s IT market will be back to growth in 2021. In 2020 Sri Lanka telecom opened up the National Data Center a purpose built tier 3 data center with a capacity of 500 racks located near the capital city Colombo. 
  • Sri Lanka Government has implemented the National Cloud and Data Centre infrastructure to accelerate the digital transformation, established Local Government Network (LGN) project which integrates all the government establishments in the country for effective communications.
  • Sri Lanka is located in an advanced strategic location compared to other countries and is also the gateway to communications and submarine networks for the Asia region. Sri Lankan enterprises are also going forward for adoption of best in break cloud technology for their business needs. 

However although there are great developments happening in the tech space there are still challenges that enterprises are facing in Sri Lanka including

  •   Lack of Cyber tech Adaptation & tech know how shortage
  • Lack of knowledge on cloud concepts and benefits  vs trade offs
  •   Infrastructure & investment issues for development, Sri Lanka is expected to receive significant investments of Data center and cloud security

As a tech enthusiast In order to make sure you are well versed with these updates & challenges W.media has created the largest platform for Sri Lanka’s tech enthusiasts to join together and get insights from the top experts from across the world.

Welcome to W.Media’s Digital Week South Asia – Sri Lanka edition starting from the 29th of April.

This session is part of our larger, virtual conference: Digital Week South Asia. To see the complete speaker and sponsor details, click below:

Event Speakers

Agenda for South Asia Digital Week - Sri Lanka Edition

Time Slot (GMT+5:30) Topic
10:00 AM Keynote Address from the Gov of Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka as the Asian Digital Tiger – Key cloud & data center trends

Learn about the new policies and initiatives for fast forwarding Digital Transformation and taking Sri Lanka to the forefront as we see growth in data center Government Digital initiatives and Digital Payments. We have seen an increase in demand for multi-tenant data centers and also with captive data data centers in the banking sector.

Speaker: –

Mahindra B Herath, CEO, ICTA

10:20 AM Power Panel Session

Making Data Center’s the focus for Sri Lanka – Key needs of the hour

Sri Lanka is strategically located and has the resources to be the leader in tech from Asia. However it’s not yet at the top and the million dollar question is how do we take Sri Lanka to the top of Cloud, Data Center and Cyber security market?

A) What does Sri Lanka need to leapfrog in the Digital Economy?
B) With such a strategic location why has it not already been at the forefront?
C) What is missing?
D) The type of Infra and Investment it needs to advance further?
E) Are modular data centers the need of the hour in Sri Lanka?

Moderator: –

Savithri Rodrigo, Founder, Stratyx Promotions & Media Concepts (Pvt) Limited & Stratyx Write (Pvt) Limited

Panelists: –

Rajendra Theagarajah, Non Executive Chairman, Digital Reality ( A Dialog Axiata & Orion Smart City JV)

Marco Brandstaetter, Regional Director Middle East and South Asia, DE-CIX

11:00 AM Presentation Session

Role of automation in prevention and corrective role of Data Center

Sri Lanka got its first Tier 3 certified data center 2 years back. However the big question is what’s next? Learn through this session on What is the role you see for Data Center automation which will prevent abnormal incidents in the Data center and drive efficiency?

11:10 AM Power Panel Session

How to overcome the absence of benchmarks and business need to go with green data centers in Sri Lanka

Green data centers is not just a buzzword in developing countries like Sri Lanka anymore. It’s a priority as Sri Lanka is located in a highly strategic area it already has the tolls but lacks the expertise, an example to follow and most importantly CEO’s still do not feel the business need for investing in green data centers while data center managers have been urging for this change since long.

Panelists: –

Hessam Saifi, Managing Director, DC PRO BV

Dinesh Wickremanayake, MD & Sri Lanka Location Head, WNS Global Services

Dr. Harshana Jayashantha De Silva, Manager – Data Center, KBSL information technologies ltd

11:50 AM Power Panel Session

Unbolting Sri Lanka’s Digital transformation opportunity

There are real growth opportunities for organizations in Sri Lanka who are ready to follow a digital transformation process.  Despite the blistering pace of global technological change, many emerging economies such as Sri Lanka and it’s enterprises have not yet started their digital revolution. If this continues then it will ramp up competition, disrupt industries and will force companies out of business. So in order to fast track the digital transformation process enterprises in Sri Lanka will have to look at the opportunities, challenges and technological resources available to save their business.

Moderator: – 

Rohan Mahakelam, Program Manager, Virtusa

Panelists: –

Eranga Perera, Head of IT, Jubilant food works Lanka Pvt Ltd

Zaheer Meeran, Head of Information Technology, Habib Bank Limited

Dr. Samila Fernando, Managing Director, Fastrupee Pvt Ltd

12:30 PM Power Panel Session

Why the importance of Enterprise cybersecurity should never be misjudged in Sri Lanka

In Sri Lanka 53% tech leaders say it is likely their enterprise will experience a cyberattack in the next 12 months and 62% say their cybersecurity teams are understaffed. In the midst of COVID-19—in which 92 percent of IT audit and security professionals say cybercrime is increasing—data and information are critical, including data about cybersecurity performance: This panel session will help you learn on what does and does not work, how and where improvements can be made, and what peers are doing in their enterprises.

Moderator: – 

Sujit Christy, Group CISO, John Keells Holdings PLC, Sri Lanka

Panelists: –

Roshan Razik, Head of Technology Ops and IT Security, Pearson Lanka

Commander (Rtd.) WASN Ananda, Chief Information Security Engineer, CERT – Sri Lanka

PS Reddy, EVP & Group CTO, Startek

01:10 PM Closing Remarks

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China Datacenter Market Insights 2021

Event Summary

The Asia-Pacific region is leading the global datacenter industry with a Compound Annual Growth Rate (“CAGR”) of 12% and is expected to reach US$28 billion in 2021, becoming the world’s largest datacenter market. At the top of this wave is the two largest economies of China and Southeast Asia.

In China, the industry is developing rapidly, owning the second-largest number of datacenters in the world, after the United States, with an annual growth rate of more than 20% both in terms of quantity and scale. At an industry level, 5G, IoT, the industrial Internet and digital transformation abounds with waves of good news, propelled by the “new infrastructure” policy. From 2021 to 2022, China’s datacenter industry will usher in an outbreak period of landing and production.

In the Southeast Asia (“SEA”), market growth is expected to hit CAGR of 13% from 2019 to 2024. Amongst SEA, Singapore ranks third in the global datacentre market of 38 countries and is the only mature market. Vietnam, on the other hand, recently announced its 2025 National Digital Transformation Plan and 2030 Development Direction, whereas Malaysia has developed a “dual-core” datacenter deployment plan. Meanwhile, the Thailand government is strengthening domestic communication and network infrastructure to support the construction of hyper-large datacenters.

Such rapid growth and expansion of the Asian datacenter industry has increased competition amongst new entrants. However, whilst many will be enticed by the huge market potential and opportunities, whether it is the Chinese companies expanding to SEA or others looking to enter the Chinese market, they are set to face steep challenges in the various countries. To name a few; geographic landscape, imperfect infrastructure, policy constraints, business culture differences, and geopolitical instability all pose significant risks. 

Hence, W.Media is convening datacenter experts to offer an insider peek into the world’s two fastest-growing markets. Join us as we hear from industry leaders on the current situation, opportunities and challenges of the China and SEA market, and what you can expect in 2021 and beyond.

It will be an insightful dual-language event (English/Chinese), where you can gather cutting-edge industry information and in-depth market understanding from our experts.

 

亚太地区正在以12%的年复合增长率引领全球数据中心行业的发展的浪潮。在2021年,亚太地区的数据中心市场规模预计将达到280亿美元,有望成为全球最大的数据中心市场。在浪潮之巅,最引人瞩目的莫过于中国和东南亚两大经济体。

在中国,数据中心行业发展迅猛,无论在数量还是规模上,都保持了20%以上的年增长率,数据中心数量仅次于美国,位于世界第二。行业层面,5G、物联网、工业互联网和传统企业上云,持续释放利好。政策层面,“新基建”政策的出台,又助之一臂之力。2021至2022年,中国数据中心行业将迎来落地投产的爆发期。

 在东南亚,2019年至2024年,数据中心市场的复合年增长率预计将达到13%。其中,新加坡在全球38个国家的数据中心市场中排名第三,是东南亚唯一一个成熟的数据中心市场。越南在2020 年公布了《至2025年国家数字化转型计划及2030年发展方向》,马来西亚制定了“双核心“数据中心部署计划,泰国政府也在加强国内通信和网络基础设施,支持建设超大型数据中心。

数据中心行业在亚洲的迅速发展,为新进入者打开了竞争的大门。然而,无论是中国企业出海东南亚,还是海外企业进军中国市场,在看到巨大的市场潜力和机会的同时,在不同国家也会面临种种挑战:地理环境的差异、基础设施的不完善、政策的特殊性和不确定性、商业文化的差异、地缘政治风险等等。

W.Media将聚焦中国和东南亚两个市场,邀请不同市场的专家和玩家汇聚一堂,分享中国和东南亚数据中心市场投资与布局的现状、政策、特点、机会与挑战。

这将是一个令人兴奋的聚会,你将会在这里获得最前沿的行业信息和最深刻的市场洞察!现在注册,了解更多详情!

Agenda

Time Slot (GMT+8) Topic
9:55AM W.Media Introduction Video
10.00AM Chairman’s Opening Address
主持人致辞
10.05AM [Keynote] State of China Data Center Industry
中国数据中心行业的现状、机遇与挑战
Danny Cheng, LEED Data Centers Advisory (China) Committee; Banyano Data Center Consulting Inc
10.20AM [Keynote] Interpretation of China Data Center Industrial Policy
中国数据中心行业政策解读
Luo Zhigang, China Digital Smart Information Research Institute
10.35AM [Keynote] State of SEA Cloud & Datacenter Industry
东南亚云计算与数据中心行业的现状、机遇与挑战
Darren Yong, KPMG Asia Pacific
10.50AM [Panel] China Market Growth Outlook 2030
中国市场发展展望2030
Panelist: Li Wei, Sinnet
Edward Tay, Sistema Asia Capital
Yonghai Zhang, PDG
Moderator: Eric Liu, DCMap
11.20AM Closing Remarks

Location

W.Media Pte. Ltd.
c/o Justco,
176 Orchard Rd, Centrepoint,
Level 5, Singapore 238843

Date
5 March 2021
Time
10.00am -11.05am (GMT+8)

Who Should attend?

  • C-level
  • Procurement & Sourcing
  • Head of IT / Data Centers / Networks
  • IT / M&E Consultants & Engineers
  • System Integrators
  • Data Center Commissioners

Event Speakers

Strategic Partners

Media Partners

Supporting Partners

Technology Showcase

Cloud Computing

Data Center Outsourcing

Data Center
Design &
Operations

Connectivity

Investment

Demographics

Who You Will Meet

74% Senior Management

19% Middle Management

7% Specialist

Projects

Key Industries

  • 5% Healthcare, Medical
    Tehnology & Pharma
  • 3% Logistics & Supply
    Chain Management
  • 3% Consumer Business &
    Professional Services
  • 2% Marine & Offshore
    Engineering
  • 2% Chemicals &
    Biotechnology

IT Products?
& Services
32%

Finance
& Banking
25%

  • 6% Emerging Business
  • 8% OTT Content, Media
  • 10% Gov, Cities,
    Infrastructure &
    Industrial Solutions
  • 2% Environment, Water,
    Energy & Clean Energy
  • 2% Aerospace & Precision
    Engineering & Electronics

Interest In

76%
Cloud

68%
Co-location

32%
Storage

48%
IT Strategy
& Leadership

38%
DC
Investment

India Cloud & Datacenter Convention (Mumbai) 2021

Event Summary

The need for powerful cloud services and resilient data centers in India is growing exponentially. Data consumption and generation has reached the unprecedented level of half, and country’s need for reliable data infrastructure accelerates every day.
This demand has caught the ear of global tech giants; India’s directive for data localisation has influenced expansion plans by the likes of AWS, Airtel, Oracle, Google and Jio in partnership with Microsoft Azure.
It is with no doubt this demand will continue to increase, driven by surges in cloud adoption, digital transformation and social media usage, as well as new Industry 4.0 technologies like 5G, AI and the Internet of Things. As a result, the India data center market has a forecasted value of US$3.2 billion by 2024.
Want to know what the future of the cloud will be in India? We’ll bring you expert insight on how these industries can maximise efficiencies without sacrificing on reliability. Join more that 750+ IT professionals at W.Media’s Cloud & Data Center Convention to be part of the conversation.

Exhibitors

Agenda

Coming up soon ……

Location

Mumbai

Date
November 2021

Who Should attend?

  • C-level
  • Procurement & Sourcing
  • Head of IT / Data Centers / Networks
  • IT / M&E Consultants & Engineers
  • System Integrators
  • Data Center Commissioners

Technology Showcase

Cloud Computing

Data Center Outsourcing

Data Center
Design &
Operations

Connectivity

Investment

Demographics

Who You Will Meet

74% Senior Management

19% Middle Management

7% Specialist

Projects

Key Industries

  • 5% Healthcare, Medical
    Tehnology & Pharma
  • 3% Logistics & Supply
    Chain Management
  • 3% Consumer Business &
    Professional Services
  • 2% Marine & Offshore
    Engineering
  • 2% Chemicals &
    Biotechnology

IT Products?
& Services
32%

Finance
& Banking
25%

  • 6% Emerging Business
  • 8% OTT Content, Media
  • 10% Gov, Cities,
    Infrastructure &
    Industrial Solutions
  • 2% Environment, Water,
    Energy & Clean Energy
  • 2% Aerospace & Precision
    Engineering & Electronics

Interest In

76%
Cloud

68%
Co-location

32%
Storage

48%
IT Strategy
& Leadership

38%
DC
Investment

India Cloud & Datacenter Convention (Chennai) 2021

Event Summary

The need for powerful cloud services and resilient data centers in India is growing exponentially. Data consumption and generation has reached the unprecedented level of half, and country’s need for reliable data infrastructure accelerates every day.
This demand has caught the ear of global tech giants; India’s directive for data localisation has influenced expansion plans by the likes of AWS, Airtel, Oracle, Google and Jio in partnership with Microsoft Azure.
It is with no doubt this demand will continue to increase, driven by surges in cloud adoption, digital transformation and social media usage, as well as new Industry 4.0 technologies like 5G, AI and the Internet of Things. As a result, the India data center market has a forecasted value of US$3.2 billion by 2024.
Want to know what the future of the cloud will be in India? We’ll bring you expert insight on how these industries can maximise efficiencies without sacrificing on reliability. Join more that 750+ IT professionals at W.Media’s Cloud & Data Center Convention to be part of the conversation.

Agenda

Coming up soon ……

Location

Chennai

Date
September 2021

Who Should attend?

  • C-level
  • Procurement & Sourcing
  • Head of IT / Data Centers / Networks
  • IT / M&E Consultants & Engineers
  • System Integrators
  • Data Center Commissioners

Technology Showcase

Cloud Computing

Data Center Outsourcing

Data Center
Design &
Operations

Connectivity

Investment

Demographics

Who You Will Meet

74% Senior Management

19% Middle Management

7% Specialist

Projects

Key Industries

  • 5% Healthcare, Medical
    Tehnology & Pharma
  • 3% Logistics & Supply
    Chain Management
  • 3% Consumer Business &
    Professional Services
  • 2% Marine & Offshore
    Engineering
  • 2% Chemicals &
    Biotechnology

IT Products?
& Services
32%

Finance
& Banking
25%

  • 6% Emerging Business
  • 8% OTT Content, Media
  • 10% Gov, Cities,
    Infrastructure &
    Industrial Solutions
  • 2% Environment, Water,
    Energy & Clean Energy
  • 2% Aerospace & Precision
    Engineering & Electronics

Interest In

76%
Cloud

68%
Co-location

32%
Storage

48%
IT Strategy
& Leadership

38%
DC
Investment

Digital Week 2021: South Asia – India Edition

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DIGITAL WEEK SOUTH ASIA INDIA

EVENT BRIEF

The tech developments happening in India: –

  • Research and Markets forecast that India’s data center market would achieve a value of $4billion by 2024.
  • Research studies done during the last 5 years indicate that Indian businesses are willing to spend over 36% of their IT costs on public cloud services due to its business flexibility and low costs
  • Researches have further predicted that by 2027, over 900 million Indians will have a digital presence and coupling it with the unscrupulous use of personal data and information by service providers, it is vital to implement stringent cybersecurity laws and technology.

The combined compounding rate of the digital market in India is higher than that of the Asia Pacific region. With this we can say that India is the future for Data Center & Cloud for Asia & for tech organizations who have or are yet to enter this diversified market.

As a tech enthusiast In order to make sure you are well versed with these updates W.media has created the largest platform for South Asian tech enthusiasts to join together and get insights from the top experts from across the world.

Welcome to W.Media’s Digital Week South Asia – India edition starting from the 28th of April covering India & also other countries like Bangladesh and Sri Lanka from 29th April.

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Digital Week India Edition Agenda

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Time Slot (GMT+5:30) Topic
10:00 AM Welcome Address By W.Media
10:05 AM Power Panel Session

How the Indian Data Center market will look by 2025 – Challenges & Outlook 

The data center growth in India is currently exceeding the annual growth rate of American and European data center market. There are yet many cloud computing companies who have not yet made their entry in India, so this says that the data center market in India is bright. However the question is how do we reach there and what would the data center market in India by 2025 look like.

Moderator: –

Jabez Tan, Head of Research, Structure Research

Panelists: –

Pankaj Agrawal, Partner, Capitel

Nigel Clarkson, Co – Founder and Head of Property, Stratus DC

Sumit Mukhija, CEO, STT GDC India

Kamal Nath, CEO, Sify Technologies

Darren Hawkins, CEO & Founder, SPACE DC

10:45 AM Keynote Address from the Gov of India

5G and Edge – India’s next trillion dollar opportunity

India’s next trillion dollar digital opportunity is 5G and Edge computing.  Currently 5G & Edge are thought to be trends to benefit connectivity for mobile technologies. However it is more than that, 5G and Edge is the technology that can change the way enterprises in India can operate mission critical functions with zero latency data processing, efficiency and computing power. This keynote will deliver insights on how 5G and Edge can affect technology investments as well  industry  infrastructure, manufacturing units, smart cities and harbors, automation, government and public infrastructure.

11:00 AM Power Panel Session

What is driving demand of data centers in India – Internal or outsourcing

The data center growth in India is expected to grow by 4% during the 2019- 2015 cycle. While business in India is adopting hybrid cloud systems at a growing rate. The main question is whether internal growth in business or outsourcing of IT systems in India is growing the demand for data centers.

Moderator: –

NK Singh, Founder & CEO, Data Center Guru

Panelists: –

Vinod Nair, Service Head of Data Centre Ops, HDFC Ergo

Dhaval Pandya, Head IT – CIO & CDO, JSW Paints Pvt Ltd

Suppan SaraSaravanamuthu, Director of Operations – APAC, Iron Mountain Data Centers

11:40 AM Presentation Session

Data Center Of The Future

Today’s world are complex, uncertain and data center is the heard to drive all the digitation across the world. This need a holistic approach when we look out for Data Center Design not only looking at our current requirement but how it will be sustainable in the future. Schneider Electric’s Data center of the future vision has four vectors: Sustainability to meet business needs responsibly;  Efficiency to optimize cost, speed, space, and capital; Adaptability to be designed for new technologies; and Resiliency to reduce vulnerability to unplanned downtime. Please attend our session to know more about it.

Speaker: –

Ankesh Kumar, GM – Marketing, Schneider Electric 

11:50 AM Presentation Session

Ask the expert: – Managing Data Center Infrastructure Challenges

This session will discuss data center infrastructure management trends from the field based on the trends and ongoing challenges that enterprise data centers around the world incur on a daily basis.

Topics for this session will include:

  • What really makes a well-run data center
  • The changes we are seeing in the industry
  • What Tier level do I need for my data centers?
  • What can you tell us about the typical issues we see?
  • What are the challenges ahead for data centers?
12:00 PM Power Panel Session

Cloud Computing priorities & outlook for new decade

The IT environments for organizations in India are becoming more complex with multiple public clouds, private clouds, and traditional systems needing to be interconnected, integrated, and collectively managed. Most of Indian organizations are clustered around early stages of cloud maturity and find it challenging to move ahead in the adoption curve. As Indian organizations move towards a cloud-first strategy, enterprises will now have to decide on the cloud priorities and how they see the use of cloud for challenges of the next decade.

Moderator: –

Gaurav Khera, Director – Digital and Technology Advisor, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu

Panelists: –

Mohit Kapoor, Group CTO, Mahindra Group

Mayuresh Purandare, Head – IT Infra & Cyber Sec, Marico Ltd


Rohit Chatter, CTO, Inmobi


Dave McCrory, VP of Growth, Global Head of Insights & Analytics, Digital Realty

Manish Gaur, PS to MD & Head of IT India, Patanjali and Thyssenkrupp

12:40 PM Presentation Session

Why hyperscale data center are here to stay in India

India’s Data Centre market has a significant headroom for growth compared to other mature markets. A key driver is consumer demand for app-based and OTT services running on the cloud. These specialized data centers are different from the regular data centers and more challenging to build, especially in areas where real estate and power are scarce or expensive. This session will take you through the essential, challenges and benefits of hyperscale data center establishment in India.

12:50 PM Power Panel Session

Accelerating Data Center sustainability to the forefront with new age power & cooling Technologies

In the dynamic, fast-paced data center industry, a passion for change is essential. Enhanced data center cooling system reliability, with best-in-class cooling control technology is now demand of the hour and this session will share insights on recent trends, mechanisms and how to overcome challenges.

Moderator: –

Venkatesh G, Deputy Editor, W.media

Panelists: –

Kevin Kant, CEO, Critical Facilities Efficiency Solutions

Marcel Jacobs, Managing Director, Circl8


N.K.Jain, Founder, N.K. Jain Consulting Engineers


Sudhanshu Datt, Sector Lead – DC & Mission Critical Infra, AECOM

Venkataraman Swaminathan, VP & Country GM Secure Power Division INDIA & SAARC, Schneider Electric

01:30 PM Networking Break
02:00 PM Power Panel Session

How digital transformation in the right way can refresh your business

If your organization is busier than ever “digitizing,” you’re not alone. Digital efforts have been proliferating for years as companies strive to catch up with technological innovation. However, this accelerated wave must not be confused with the real business transformation needed for success in the digital age. The former is mostly about enabling business as usual and “staying in the game,” while the latter is about building real, long-term competitive advantage to succeed and that’s what this session is all about.

Moderator: –

Shalil Gupta, Chief Business Officer, Mosaic Digital

Panelists: –

Eric Vas, President – Electric Vehicles, Bajaj Auto Ltd

Anindya Karmakar, Head – Digital Transformation, Aditya Birla Capital

Rajat Teotia, CTO, Junglee Games

Ankur Arora, Director & Head – Digital Transformation, Sodexo India

02:40 PM Power Panel Session

Creating a highly efficient Data center for the future with 5G, Edge Computing and Next gen Infrastructure Management

In a hyper connected world no enterprise would like to use a Data Center with efficiency & infrastructure issues. The demand is growing for an enterprise Data Center which can push network and data center processing to the edge. This session will discuss how organizations can overcome Data Center Infrastructure, efficiency issues in a hyper connected world where speed is the new demand with the help of next gen Infrastructure & technology so that Data Center & Operation heads can stay ahead in the race.

Panelists: –

Kamlesh Harchandani, Head – DC Designs and Development, CapitaLand

Vikram Tiwathia, Deputy Director General, COAI

03:20 PM Power Panel Session

Dealing with cloud migration challenges

Cloud migration can be an extremely daunting task for enterprises especially with vendor lock – in issues, migration of critical workloads or legacy applications. This session will bring together experts to discuss their experiences and how they went about successfully migrating their business applications from on-prem to cloud, the challenges they faced and how they overcame them.

Moderator: –

Revanur Harikrishna, Delivery Leader & Portfolio Manager (EAST & ROW) – Cloud Migration & Modernization Practice, IBM

Panelists: –

Shobhana Lele, CIO, The Bombay Dyeing Manufacturing Company Limited

Arun Gupta, Technology Advisor, Shelby Hospitals

Atanu Pramanic, CIO, Hindalco Industries

Arivuvel Ramu, CTO, Tonik Bank

04:00 PM Dialogue Session

How cloud will decide the future of India’s banking & financial sector for 2021

The earlier reluctance to move core activities to the cloud has softened. Many banks are putting strategies in place to migrate their core services such as consumer payments, credit scoring, wealth management, and risk analysis to the cloud. However the role of cloud in enhancing the financial services sector is not over yet. Join us for our dialogue session and learn the future of cloud for India’s BFSI sector.

Moderator: –

Sanjeev Assudani, Head – Delivery and Practice Lead – Cloud, Wipro Limited

Panelists: –

Anil Sinha, CTO, Early Salary

Pinkes Ambvat, CIO & IT Director, CRIF India

04:30 PM Closing Remarks
Time Slot (GMT+5:30) Topic
10:00 AM Welcome Address By W.Media
10:05 AM Power panel session

Assessing enterprise cyber resilience – Why cyber security matters?

Enterprise cybersecurity is not only the biggest elephant in the room, It’s the biggest elephant in the digital world. In 2020 the losses due to cybersecurity have been in trillions which is more than the GDP of half of the countries in the world. Data and technology is exploding in India. This session will focus on why endpoint security becomes absolutely essential for your enterprise. What are the advanced endpoint security tools that can enable enterprises to prevent and manage security threats?

Moderator: –

Dr. Burzin Bharucha, Advisor, EY

Panelists: –

Bharat Panchal, CRO – India, Middle East & Africa, FIS

Gary Brantley, CTO, Beazer Homes


Naseem Halder, CISO, ACKO General Insurance


Deepak Talwar, National Security Officer, Microsoft

Pawan Chawla, CISO, Future Generali Life Insurance

10:45 AM Keynote Address from the Gov of India

The current cyber security policy in India and what needs to change to manage the decade’s security challenges? 

The current cybersecurity policy was established in 2013 with a vision to build secure and resilient cyberspace for citizens, businesses and the government. Anticipating the boom in the IT industry and the resulting need of a cyberspace policy, the document was published with a mission to protect information and information structures, prevent and respond to cyber threats, and minimize the damage from cyber incidents. However with recent years going away the threats have multiplied. This discussion will share insights on the new requirements for cyber tech space in India.

11:00 AM Power Panel session

How Digitization is affecting the flow of opportunities & Funding in India

The digital market in India is going to grow by more than 30% by 2025.Foreign entities are now investing in India as the country rises to the forefront of the technology landscape in Asia. However these figures are possible to reach only through help from internal and external investments. Learn from top experts on how the favorable digital climate in India is attracting investments from within and outside India.

Moderator: – 

Vikram Upadhyaya, Founder, GHV Accelerator

Panelists: –

Alok Kumar, CEO, OLX Autos India

Vineeta Hariharan, Chief – External Projects, Ministry of Small, Micro and Medium Industries – Gov India


Deepak Sharma, President and Chief Digital Officer, Kotak Mahindra Bank

Shweta Rajpal Kohli, Director and Head of Public Policy – India and SEA, Sequoia India

11:40 AM Presentation Session

Enhancing Security and Optimizing Your Cloud Infrastructure

As technology and business success grow more embraced, IT leaders must strive to address issues including the complexity of hybrid environments, cybersecurity threats, increasing availability and performance while managing support and cost. Join us to learn how to enhance the security and optimize your cloud infrastructure using the same Linux to power your “on-prem cloud” or “public cloud”.

Speaker: –

Deepak Singh, Principal Sales Consultant, Oracle

11:50 AM Power Panel Session

Talent, Skills & Next gen technologies – Is your workforce ready to manage the threats & create resilience


Although technology has advanced. Upskilling the workforce with essential skills is a major challenge. Learn more about how technology leaders can work together on filling this gap.

Moderator: – 

Khushbu Jain. Advocate Supreme Court of India

Panelists: –

Vinit Sinha, Director – Cybersecurity SME, Mastercard

Ajay Bakshi, Global Transformation Head, Xerox


Samir Khare, CIO & CDO, FMB Capital Holdings PLC


Sharad Kumar Agarwal, CDIO, JK Tyre & Industries Ltd


R. Ramamoorthy, Head – IT & IS, TTK Prestige

12:30 PM Power Panel Session

Securing your cloud environment – What are the challenges and how to overcome them. 

With cloud computing becoming a necessary business strategy for enterprises today, cloud security has become indispensable. However, having the same approach that we have towards cybersecurity for an on-prem facility cannot be lifted and shifted to a cloud environment. So what are the different challenges and approaches to ensuring cyber security in the cloud environment.

Moderator: – 

Sujit Christy, Group CISO, John Keells Holdings PLC, Sri Lanka

Panelists: –

Jayram Ramesh, Head – Cyber Security, AIA

Sakshi Vidur, Head – Cyber Security, Yum Brands


Dr. Yask, CISO, Indian Oil Corporation


Shashank Bajpai, CISO, ECGC India


Deepak Singh, Principal Sales Consultant, Oracle

01:10 PM Closing Remarks
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The rise of Singapore in the Cloud Computing, and Datacenter sphere is remarkable, and startlingly impressive for a nation with limited space. Its position as a mature datacenter hub both lends it industry credibility, but at the same time motivates regional counterparts to emerge as market contenders. To that end, Indonesia, and Malaysia have emerged as the most formidable Cloud Computing and Datacenter competitors. Having led the industry in APAC for over a decade, the market is pivoting towards efficiency and sustainability. Its reliable power grid, coupled with skilled personnel have proved to be overwhelmingly attractive against space scarcity concerns.

As new entrants establish their presence in Singapore, they have innovated to adapt to the unique features of the market landscape. The tight regulatory structure in Singapore is fueled in part by the design inefficiencies inherent to the architecture. But these restrictions have bread ingenuity, and Singapore’s seen a massive leap in sustainable design among key industry players. Singapore’s immense amount of digital infrastructure and economic position in the region has also created an ecosystem for Fintech companies to flourish, along with other industries working to pioneer cloud technologies.

This session will highlight the remarkable innovation taking place in the Lion City, along with all the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead in 2021 and beyond.

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Power and Cooling Data Center in South Asia – Digital Event

Event Summary

The power & cooling segment of the Indian datacenter market is expected to reach $1,065.5 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 9.4% during the forecast period 2019-2025 as per Research and Markets.

As a result of the increased energy demand in data centers, power and cooling solutions are more critical than ever in keeping these facilities up and running. Also, the cost of powering Indian data centers is expected to top $1 billion by 2025, as the country’s need for reliable data infrastructure accelerates every day. For these power – hungry data centers, the only long term sustainable option is to go green.

This digital event delves into analysing robust cooling technologies, regional challenges around power distribution, latest innovations that enable data center industry maximise efficiencies without compromising on reliability.

Register for free and join your industry peers to put these innovations under the microscope, as we strive for an efficient and environmentally friendly data center future.

Agenda - 18th November 2020

2:00PM Chairperson Opening Address
Ramya Nair, W.Media
2:05PM Thought Leadership Session: Powering and Cooling Data Center keeping efficiency at the center
Rakesh Singh, Schneider Electric
2:15PM Thought Leadership Session: On-site power generation with gas turbines for reliable clean power in the region’s data centers

Power availability, emission reduction, and efficiency are some of the main areas of concern for data center operators across the region. Concentrated data center parks overloading substations, unreliable grids and tropical storms have recently led to power outages and subsequent downtime. Is implementing on-site power generation a realistic answer to these problems? This presentation will explore the benefits of converting gas into power, heating, and cooling for the data centers, improving reliability, efficiency, and sustainability, including future proof hydrogen capabilities.
Emilio Rigamonti, Solar Turbines
2:25PM [Panel] Accelerating energy efficiencies in data centers through robust power and cooling technologies
This session will primarily focus on power and cooling challenges faced by data centers operators in South Asia. What modern green technologies can be deployed for energy smart datacenters? What are the regional opportunities and challenges of harnessing renewables for data center? How can improvements in designs keep data center energy usage at check? Join key industry experts, as they discuss efficient designs, new robust technologies, automation/intelligence, cooling for high density servers and legacy data centers X refurbishments that aid efficient data center operations.
Khan Muhammad Fuad Bin Enayet, Felicity IDC Limited
Prakash Chandra Lohia, Reliance Industries,
Manish Gokhale, Schneider Electric
N.K. Jain, N.K. Jain Consulting Engineers
Emilio Rigamonti, Solar Turbines
Moderator: Ashish Dandekar, Gerson Lehrman Group
2:55PM Q&A Session
3:05PM Chairperson Closing Address
Ramya Nair, W.Media

Qualified Audience
These events are open to any strategic or business person whose function interacts with the enterprise or service provider and that comprise the increasingly complex technology purchaser/decision-maker chain, to include:

  • C-level management: CEO, CIO, CTO, CFO, COO, CSO, CISO
  • Senior Executives: Heads of Datacenter & Cloud Operations, Head Procurement, Head of Cloud Function, Head of Datacenter Facilities, Head of Infrastructure 
  • End-users

Get in Touch
If you are a Technology Service Provider and will like to explore opportunities to get infront of our audience, do reach out to us at partner@w.media

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Data Center Power & Cooling – Sustainable Design & Innovations

Event Summary

Curious about how to sustainably power and cool data centers? Register for free to discover new data center innovations that could save you energy costs and the environment.

Did you know the data center power market is set to exceed ~US$27 billion by 2024?

This is because the increasing demand for data centers has led to energy consumption of around 3% of the total energy generated globally, costing billions of dollars per year. 

And that’s not to mention the staggering 200 million metric tons of carbon emissions and wasted energy produced by inefficient and unsustainable data centers.

With a social responsibility to protect the environment and reduce energy costs, operators in Southeast Asia are exploring power and cooling solutions, including floating data centers, solar power and hybrid cooling.

Join your industry peers on Thursday 27 August to put these innovations under the microscope, as we strive for an efficient and environmentally friendly data center future.

Agenda - 27th August 2020

SGT/HKT Agenda
1045 [Pre-Show] Introduction
1050 [Pre-show] Interview with Legrand
1100 [Show-Time] Chairman Welcome Address
1105 Keynote: Data Center, Edge and Lab Environments: How to manage IT Infrastructure without monitoring or measurement tools
Clinton Marshall, Dy. Director – Solutions & Channel Development, Legrand Data Center Solutions – ASIA Pacific
1115 Sustainable DC: Best practices and strategy
1.How to best run a datacenter without wastage?
2.Quick peek on the cost of an inefficient datacenter
3.The ROI of a sustainable datacenter
Joshua Au, Head (Data Centre),Information Technology Shared Services, Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
Tamas Balogh, Director, H1 Systems
Moderator: James Rix, Associate Director, Arcadis UK
1135 Power and Cooling Technologies for Sustainable DCs
1.Cooling for high density
2.Sustainability in Power: Renewables, Automation / Intelligence
Clinton Marshall, Dy. Director – Solutions & Channel Development, Legrand Data Center Solutions – ASIA Pacific
Wong Ka Vin, Managing Director, DC1st
Moderator: James Rix, Associate Director, Arcadis UK
1155 Q&A and Chairman Summary
1200 Session Adjourned

Registration for qualified participants is free in support of COVID-19 Work From Home.

Qualified Audience
These events are open to any strategic or business person whose function interacts with the enterprise or service provider and that comprise the increasingly complex technology purchaser/decision-maker chain, to include:

• Cloud Service Providers, Telcos, Public Sector, Gaming Companies, Web Companies,
• Head of Infrastructure, CTO, CIO, Architects, Hardware engineers, DC Operators

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India Cloud & Datacenter Market Brief

Event Summary

In this Market Briefing, join us as we take a deep dive into one of the most exciting countries for the data center and cloud industries.

The need for data centers in India is growing exponentially, as data consumption and generation by half a billion digital users is reaching unprecedented levels.

India’s directive for data localisation has influenced expansion plans by the likes of AWSAirtel, Oracle, Google and Jio in partnership with Microsoft Azure.

It is with no doubt this demand will continue to increase, driven by surges in cloud adoption, digital transformation and social media usage, as well as new Industry 4.0 technologies like 5G, AI and the Internet of Things.

As a result, the India data center market has a forecasted value of US$3.2 billion by 2024.

Register for free to discover how you can tap into India’s bright future at our next Market Briefing on Tuesday 18th August.

Agenda - 18th August 2020

IST Agenda
1400 [Showtime] Chairman Welcome Address
 Stuart Crowley, Editor, W.Media
1405 [Fireside Chat] Market Analysis on the Digital Economy of India
1. State of digital transformation of enterprises in India
2. Key drivers & Impact of government policies and regulations
Sreejith G., Associate Vice President, STT GDC INDIA
Interviewer: Stuart Crowley, Editor, W.Media
1415 [Panel Discussion] Does India have a reliable infrastructure to support their fast-growing digital economy?
1. Internet and data centers reliability
2. Enterprises and their IT infrastructure – looking into business continuity and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
Dr. Sayed Peerzade, Group Chief Information Officer, Reliance Entertainment
Shankar Jadhav, Managing Director, BSE Investments
Moderator: Bhushan Akerkar, Chief Information Officer, Hindalco Industries
1445  Chairman Closing Address
 Stuart Crowley, Editor, W.Media

Qualified Audience
These events are open to any strategic or business person whose function interacts with the enterprise or service provider and that comprise the increasingly complex technology purchaser/decision-maker chain, to include:

  • C-level management: CEO, CIO, CTO, CFO, COO, CSO, CISO
  • Senior Executives: Heads of Datacenter & Cloud Operations, Head Procurement, Head of Cloud Function, Head of Datacenter Facilities, Head of Infrastructure 
  • End-users

Get in Touch
If you are a Technology Service Provider and will like to explore opportunities to get infront of our audience, do reach out to us at partner@w.media

Event Speakers:

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Inside Asia – Data Center Technology & Market Next Move

Event Summary

In a world where change is the only constant. One of the fundamental change drivers is the realisation of how important digital transformation is to work and life. At its core, digital transformation isn’t about the big multinational companies. It’s about using the latest technology to do what you already do – but more efficiently, remotely and securely. 5G, Cloud, Datacenters and Cybersecurity are the essentials of a Digital Economy and any organisation considering digital transformation.

Inside Asia – Technology & Market Next Moves will discuss the current and future outlook of 5G, Cloud, Datacenters and Cybersecurity in Asia. How can businesses still be in control when they embrace the cloud? Why many are aware about cyber-security threats, but not adopting defensive practices? Will edge computing be fast tracked? How will data centers and telco operators adapt to a volatile and heightened network load? Will data center investments and 5G roll-outs resume as aggressively pre-crisis.

Are cloud services and data centers prepared?

With this increased traffic comes additional expectations and pressure on cloud services and data centers.

In recent days, some cloud services have gone down following an increase in usage caused by more companies enforcing work from home policies. Microsoft Teams, the collaboration platform experienced an outage lasting over two hours. While the video conferencing service Zoom also suffered delays in their service due to higher demand this week.

The need for these services is apparent when operators in data centers have been named as essential staff in the Philippines, UK and California, which begs the question whether infrastructures across Asia are prepared for the potential of more lockdowns and greater remote working.

Is your business safe from cyberattacks?

The threat of global cyberattacks is also rising, as online criminals take advantage of the fear and unrest caused by the coronavirus outbreak. This week, news spread that the World Health Organisation was the target of elite hackers DarkHotel whose operations were traced to East Asia.

This cyberattack comes after a warning from the WHO of criminals disguising themselves as officials to steal money or sensitive information.

Join the conversation with the Technology Market Power Talk webcast

In these unprecedented times, this is an opportunity to pull together and find solutions to the challenges we are facing. Connect with your peers online for one hour of in-depth, social distancing-friendly conversation tackling the pressing issues affecting the technology market and our post-coronavirus future.

Agenda - 30th April 2020

SGT/HKT Agenda
1045 [Pre-show] Introduction
1050 [Pre-show] Guest Interview with CEO of Cyber Youth Singapore
1100 Chairman Welcome Address
1105 A new hope: The digital economy and tech spending post-pandemic
Varoon Raghavan, Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer, Princeton Digital Group
Jason Frisch, CEO, Tsukaeru Group
Anthony Lim, Regional Principal Consultant, Fortinet
Lead Moderator: Wong Ka Vin, Managing Director, DC1st
Supporting Moderator: Stuart Crowley, Editor, W.Media
1130 [Investment] How 5G, Cloud and Datacenter Outlook have been shaped by recent events
Ajay Sunder, Deputy Director Strategy, SC-Nex
Ong Kok Chye, Head of Global Strategy and Investments, Keppel Data Centres
Sachin Mittal, Senior Vice President, DBS Bank
Lead Moderator: Wong Ka Vin, Managing Director, DC1st
Supporting Moderator: Stuart Crowley, Editor, W.Media
1155 Chairman Summary
1200 Session Adjourned

Registration for qualified participants is free in support of COVID-19 Work From Home.

Qualified Audience
These events are open to any strategic or business person whose function interacts with the enterprise or service provider and that comprise the increasingly complex technology purchaser/decision-maker chain, to include:

• C-level management: CEO, CIO, CTO, CFO, COO, CSO, CISO, CCO
• Senior executives: Head of Business, Head of Finance, Head of IT, Head of Digital Transformation, Head of Human Resource, Head of Operations, Head of Engineering, Head of Architecture
• Web Developers, App Developers, Cloud Engineers
• Business Owners, Market Analyst, Private Equity

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Ajay Kumar
Director, Solutions Engineering – APJ
BeyondTrust


Alvin Rodrigues
Field Chief Security Officer
InfoBlox


Leonard Ong
Region Information Security Officer, APAC
GE Healthcare


Raju Chellam
Hon Vice Chair of the Cloud & Data Chapter
SGTech

India Cloud & Datacenter Convention (Bangalore) 2021

Event Summary

The need for powerful cloud services and resilient data centers in India is growing exponentially. Data consumption and generation has reached the unprecedented level of half, and country’s need for reliable data infrastructure accelerates every day.

This demand has caught the ear of global tech giants; India’s directive for data localisation has influenced expansion plans by the likes of AWS, Airtel, Oracle, Google and Jio in partnership with Microsoft Azure. 

It is with no doubt this demand will continue to increase, driven by surges in cloud adoption, digital transformation and social media usage, as well as new Industry 4.0 technologies like 5G, AI and the Internet of Things. As a result, the India data center market has a forecasted value of US$3.2 billion by 2024.

Want to know what the future of the cloud will be in India? We’ll bring you expert insight on how these industries can maximise efficiencies without sacrificing on reliability. Join more that 750+ IT professionals at W.Media’s Cloud & Data Center Convention to be part of the conversation.

Agenda

Coming up soon….

Location

Bangalore

Who Should attend?

  • C-level – CIO, CTO, CISO & CDO
  • Procurement & Sourcing
  • Head of IT / Data Centers / Networks
  • IT / M&E Consultants & Engineers
  • System Integrators
  • Data Center Commissioners
  • Head of Cloud Technologies
  • Vice President – Information Technology
  • Data Architect

Technology Showcase

Cloud Computing

Data Center Outsourcing

Data Center
Design &
Operations

Connectivity

Investment

Demographics

Who You Will Meet

74% Senior Management

19% Middle Management

7% Specialist

Projects

Key Industries

  • 5% Healthcare, Medical
    Tehnology & Pharma
  • 3% Logistics & Supply
    Chain Management
  • 3% Consumer Business &
    Professional Services
  • 2% Marine & Offshore
    Engineering
  • 2% Chemicals &
    Biotechnology

IT Products?
& Services
32%

Finance
& Banking
25%

  • 6% Emerging Business
  • 8% OTT Content, Media
  • 10% Gov, Cities,
    Infrastructure &
    Industrial Solutions
  • 2% Environment, Water,
    Energy & Clean Energy
  • 2% Aerospace & Precision
    Engineering & Electronics

Interest In

76%
Cloud

68%
Co-location

32%
Storage

48%
IT Strategy
& Leadership

38%
DC
Investment

Japan Datacenters: Market Insights 2021

Event Summary

With a sustained CAGR of 3.7% between now and 2025, Japan’s Data Center Market is poised to reshape the nation’s entire economy. Increased speculation from foreign companies and accelerated adoption of digital technologies across public and private sectors are the underlying driving factors to this rapid evolution.

This data gold rush is taking place mainly around the Tokyo metropolitan area, with Osaka close behind. Local systems integrators like Fujitsu, Hitachi and Mitsubishi have been integral in making ICT the largest industry in the Japanese economy, and now global players like Equinix are moving into Japan’s data center sphere to meet the correlating surge in demand for cloud services. 

The Japanese government signed a deal with AWS to migrate all HR systems to the cloud by 2025, a sign of the cross-industry embrace of cloud technologies currently transforming the country.  But while the data center market is experiencing this unprecedented investment, there is simultaneously a growing call for such investment to be sustainable. Japanese Data Centers are pioneering renewable energy and energy-efficient power and cooling solutions 

The growth of IoT and remote work is driving the cloud services market to an incredible 15% CAGR, but in order to properly capitalise on this explosion of data it’s important to scrutanise where the data is being held: the data centers themselves.

Our second show in our “Japan Market Insights Series”, this event will focus on the Japanese data center market: its business prospects, technological breakthroughs, and future trends to be aware of.

日本のデータセンター市場は、現在から2025年の間に持続的に3.7%のCAGRを達成し、日本の経済全体を再形成する構えです。こうした急速な進化の背景には、増加している外資系企業の数及びデジタル技術の官民に普及の加速があります。

このデータゴールドラッシュは、主に首都圏周辺及び大阪中心の関西の地域で行われており、富士通、日立、三菱電気などの国内システム統合会社は、日本国内の経済を最大の成長する役割をしてあり、エクイニクスのようなグローバル企業も日本のデータセンター市場に進出してクラウドサービスの需要の相互増加に対応しています。

日本政府はAWSと共に2025年までにすべてのHRシステムをクラウドに移転する契約を締結しましたが、これは現在日本を変化させているクラウド技術の産業間の包容のシグナルと判断するのができます。 しかし、データセンター市場が前例がない投資を経験している中、投資が持続可能であるべきだというニーズが同時に増えています。 日本データセンターは再生可能エネルギー及び冷却ソリューションを積極的にリードしています。

IoTと遠隔作業の成長はクラウドサービス市場を驚くべき数値である15%CAGRに導いていますが、このような爆発的なデータを適切に活用するためには、データが保管される空間、すなわち、データセンター自体を具体化することが重要であります。

日本市場における今後の展望」の2回目であるこのイベントは、日本のデータセンター市場、すなわち、ビジネスの展望、技術革新及び今後の動向に焦点を合わせて進行する予定です。

W.Mediaはこの全てのテーマについて、より一層の情報を得るため全ての専門家をここに集めました。 皆さんが日本市場への新たな参入を考える専門家、または現在の立場を広げようとする専門家であれば、急速に発展するデニターセンター産業に対する新たな洞察力を提供する意義深いイベントになると思います。

バイリンガルで行われるイベント、この機会を ぜひ見逃さなく

Agenda

Time (GMT+9) Topic
10.20AM Pre-Show Interview
Japan’s Place in the APAC Market
開会前インタビュー
APAC市場における日本の位置
Koji Kano, Sevensix Inc.
10.30AM Chairman Opening Address
議長より歓迎のご挨拶
10.35AM [Keynote] Coexistence with Mega Cloud – Accelerating Cloud Shift
メガクラウドとの共存 -クラウドシフトの加速ー
Takayuki Ishihara, NEC Corporation
10.50AM [Keynote] How to Grow & Sustain the Engineering Talent Pool?
[キーノート·スピーチ] エンジニアリング人材プールの成長及び維持方法
Rui Takei, RCDD, DCDC, BICSI Japan
11.05AM [Fireside Chat] Data Center Market Outlook: What makes Japan such a Lucrative Market?
[パンネールディスカッション ] データセンター市場の展望: なぜ日本は儲かる市場なのか
Guest Speaker: Paul Dwyer, Equinix
Moderator: Wong Ka Vin, DC1st
11.30AM [Keynote]  Navigating Local Regulations: Best Practices in Japan’s Data Protection Landscape
[キーノート·スピーチ]  地域の規制の移動: 日本のデータ保護環境における最善の戦略
Tsutomu Yoneyama, PTS Consulting
11.45AM [Keynote] Data Center Design and Management: Case Studies
[キーノート·スピーチ] データセンターの設計及び管理: 導入事例
Takuya Yusa, NTT Facilities
12.00PM Closing Remarks
議長より閉会のご挨拶

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W.Media Pte. Ltd.
c/o Justco,
176 Orchard Rd, Centrepoint,
Level 5, Singapore 238843

Date
20 January 2021
Time
10.20am-12.00pm GMT+9

Who Should attend?

  • C-level
  • Procurement & Sourcing
  • Head of IT / Data Centers / Networks
  • IT / M&E Consultants & Engineers
  • System Integrators
  • Data Center Commissioners

Event Speakers

Strategic Partners

Supporting Partners

Media Partners

Technology Showcase

Cloud Computing

Data Center Outsourcing

Data Center
Design &
Operations

Connectivity

Investment

Demographics

Who You Will Meet

74% Senior Management

19% Middle Management

7% Specialist

Projects

Key Industries

  • 5% Healthcare, Medical
    Tehnology & Pharma
  • 3% Logistics & Supply
    Chain Management
  • 3% Consumer Business &
    Professional Services
  • 2% Marine & Offshore
    Engineering
  • 2% Chemicals &
    Biotechnology

IT Products?
& Services
32%

Finance
& Banking
25%

  • 6% Emerging Business
  • 8% OTT Content, Media
  • 10% Gov, Cities,
    Infrastructure &
    Industrial Solutions
  • 2% Environment, Water,
    Energy & Clean Energy
  • 2% Aerospace & Precision
    Engineering & Electronics

Interest In

76%
Cloud

68%
Co-location

32%
Storage

48%
IT Strategy
& Leadership

38%
DC
Investment

Smart Connectivity for Data Centers

Event Summary

Technological advancements such as AI, edge, IoT and increased adoption of cloud based applications have resulted in exponential surge in data consumption. As a result of this, existing data center networks are experiencing a huge increase in network traffic posing challenges to existing data storage and processing capabilities. As traffic between the servers increase dramatically, the data center industry has witnessed a huge demand for a whole new class of smart connectivity.

During Covid – 19 pandemic phase, the pace of digital adoption and cloud services accelerated significantly as businesses took to working from anywhere, anytime. With this approach, users expected better connectivity, faster speed, lower latency, zero bottlenecks despite a spike in data traffic.

Factors like these are changing the data center landscape in India. Need for better bandwidth drives demand for efficient data centers. While India prepares for 5G roll outs, scalable and agile data center infrastructure along with automated network infrastructure will be the new norm.

W.Media’s Smart Connectivity for Data centers will discuss the trends that are shaping the data center industry and how a hyper connected infrastructure enables building the data centers of tomorrow.

Agenda - 4th December 2020

IST TOPIC
2:00PM [Showtime] Chairman Welcome Address
Ramya Nair, Senior Conference Producer, W.Media
2:05PM [Thought Leadership] 400G is here, is your data center ready?
Data centers are doing more than ever, from ever-expanding storage management to bandwidth-intensive virtualized and cloud applications. With CommScope infrastructure solutions, your data center is ready for all this and more.
As more data centers migrate to 50G, 100G and 400G leaf-spine architectures, A simpler, more reliable and more adaptable data center is the key to your business and its long-term success—and CommScope can deliver the foundation you need to compete and win.
Priyesh Sankaran, Manager – Field Application Engineering, CommScope
2:15PM Panel Session: Designing and building future – ready data centers
Relentless growth in demand for capacity and adoption of cloud technologies has changed the data center landscape today. Dynamic technology and business environments leading to adoption of new approaches like hybrid IT, edge computing and micro data centers are constantly challenging the traditional ways of designing and building data centers. To keep pace with these changes, enterprises are either opting to modernise their existing data center infrastructure or looking at leveraging colocation facilities. Irrespective of what the choice is, enterprises are bound to face daunting challenges. In this session, experts will navigate through the increasing challenges faced by data center managers with respect to network infrastructure. In an era where high bandwidth and low latency connections are key, how can enterprises approach scalability without disruption? How can a robust network infrastructure meet the data center needs of tomorrow?
Priyesh Sankaran, Manager – Field Application Engineering, CommScope
Manish Irani, Executive Vice President & CIO, Yotta Infrastructure Solutions
Dr. Mukesh Mehta, CTO, Batlivala and Karani Securities India Ltd
Moderator: Sanjay Mann, President, Reliance Communications Ltd.
2:40PM Q&A Session
2:45PM Closing Remarks

Host: W.Media

Registration for qualified participants is free in support of COVID-19 Work From Home.

Qualified Audience
These events are open to any strategic or business person whose function interacts with the enterprise or service provider and that comprise the increasingly complex technology purchaser/decision-maker chain, to include:

• C-level management: CEO, CIO, CTO, CFO, COO, CSO, CISO
• Senior executives: Head of Business, Head of Finance, Head of IT, Head of Digital Transformation, Head of Human Resource, Head of Operations
• End-users

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Get in Touch
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Japan Cloud & Datacenter Convention 2021

Event Summary

Japan was an early adopter of digital infrastructure and has been a leading voice in discussions championing digital transformation in circles as high up as the UN G20. But what does the state of their digital economy look like on the ground?

By many accounts, Japan performs well above its APAC neighbors–it has the second highest region share in fibre connections and currently half of all businesses use cloud computing. But,

as was the case with many countries, the pandemic revealed weaknesses in their connectivity that they’re being quick to address.

Japan’s digitalisation is decidedly uneven. Transmission speeds are high but so are costs. Sectors like eCommerce have been able to thrive due to the quick adoption of cloud technology, and yet only 7.5% of government administrative procedures can be done entirely online.

In the last few months, Japan announced a “Digital New Deal” to upgrade the capabilities of their governmental agencies and public services. This initiative would increase investment in the pillars of fintech, AI, infrastructure, logistics, and healthcare, providing an economic stimulus domestically while setting out a blueprint for digital transformation that countries around the world could follow.

On the data center front, however, the country continues to attract investment from big names in colocation, such as Equinix, MC Digital Realty, NEC, NTT, and AT TOKYO, thanks in part to the Internet Initiative Japan instated last year. Japan is expected to see 11% year on year revenue growth in their data center market. Submarine connectivity between Japan-Guam-Australia, and the addition of another cable running throughout South-East Asia, demonstrate Japan’s commitment to and sophistication of its connectivity initiatives.

What work is there still to be done to realise Japan’s full digital potential? Join us at W.Media’s Cloud & Data Center Convention to find out!

Agenda

Full Agenda & Speaker Details Coming Soon.

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Location

Japan
Location: TBC

Date
September / October 2021
Time
8am – 5pm

Who Should attend?

  • C-level
  • Procurement & Sourcing
  • Head of IT / Data Centers / Networks
  • IT / M&E Consultants & Engineers
  • System Integrators
  • Data Center Commissioners

Vietnam Cloud & Datacenter Convention (Hanoi) 2021

Event Summary

Vietnam is the fastest-growing digital economy in Asia Pacific at a rate of 38% per year. The country is making efforts to push up digital transformation as a key strategy to boost the national economy. As a result, its digital sector is expected to contribute 30% to Vietnam’s economy by 2030. 

Vietnam’s digital economy in 2019 was valued at $12 billion, making up 5% of the nation’s GDP, or four times higher than 2015. The figure is predicted to reach $43 billion by 2025, with the fields of e-commerce, e-tourism, e-communication and e-hailing leading the way. Will Vietnam’s economy speed up to rank 1st in Southeast Asia?

How can Government and businesses drive this digital evolution? What are the challenges and how can we overcome these? Will the Vietnam dragons be unleashed after this pandemic?

Register now for Our Hanoi Cloud & Data Center Convention coming December 2021 to join 500+ IT professionals and find out what’s in store for Vietnam’s digital future.

Agenda

Full Agenda & Speaker Details Coming Soon.

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Location

Hanoi, Vietnam
Location: TBC

Date
September 2021
Time
8am to 5pm

Who Should attend?

  • C-level
  • Procurement & Sourcing
  • Head of IT / Data Centers / Networks
  • IT / M&E Consultants & Engineers
  • System Integrators
  • Data Center Commissioners

Event Speakers:

Sponsors

Supporting Partners

Taiwan Cloud & Datacenter Convention 2021

Event Summary

The explosive momentum that the Taiwanese cloud market saw up in 2021 is expected to continue well into 2022, spurred on by the digitalisation demands of COVID-19. 

Taipei has emerged as the epicenter of this rapid digital expansion–implementing plans to construct  a 5G network and additional data centers within city limits. But the nation is also looking elsewhere, pursuing both domestic and international investments to maintain their competitiveness in the region. Google, for instance, recently selected the central city of Douliu as the site to begin construction of their third data center in Taiwan.

But while some of Asia’s emerging economies like Indonesia and Thailand are making great strides in the cloud market, corporations still prefer mature economies that can provide them with a strong power network and more reliable uptime. Because multiple deep-sea cables between the USA and Asia pass through Taiwan, the island also provides a geographic advantage to the American tech giants. Recent multinational agreements with western nations have cemented Taiwan as an essential partner in the rollout of 5G networks in the APAC region. 

On the state level, Taiwan is investing in bolstering five IT sectors: technology and digital, national defense, green energy, renewable energy, and biotech. Specifically, this involves such initiatives as recruiting 80 cyber security officials to establish a national team or creating another “Asian Silicon Valley” comparable to Hsinchu Science Park. 

How will these state-level actions impact the private sector? Digitalisation in Taiwan has the potential to impact all aspects of life, from healthcare to city planning. This event will focus on the most compelling trends in the cloud computing and data center industries in Taiwan. Tune in to find out more!

Agenda

(GMT+8) Agenda

Location

WMedia Pte. Ltd.
6 Raffles Boulevard,
#03-308 Marina Square,
Singapore 039594

Date
20 October 2021
Time
8am to 5pm

Who Should attend?

  • C-level
  • Procurement & Sourcing
  • Head of IT / Data Centers / Networks
  • IT / M&E Consultants & Engineers
  • System Integrators
  • Data Center Commissioners

Event Speakers:

Sponsors

Supporting Partners

Technology Showcase

Cloud Computing

Data Center Outsourcing

Data Center
Design &
Operations

Connectivity

Investment

Demographics

Who You Will Meet

74% Senior Management

19% Middle Management

7% Specialist

Projects

Key Industries

  • 5% Healthcare, Medical
    Tehnology & Pharma
  • 3% Logistics & Supply
    Chain Management
  • 3% Consumer Business &
    Professional Services
  • 2% Marine & Offshore
    Engineering
  • 2% Chemicals &
    Biotechnology

IT Products?
& Services
32%

Finance
& Banking
25%

  • 6% Emerging Business
  • 8% OTT Content, Media
  • 10% Gov, Cities,
    Infrastructure &
    Industrial Solutions
  • 2% Environment, Water,
    Energy & Clean Energy
  • 2% Aerospace & Precision
    Engineering & Electronics

Interest In

76%
Cloud

68%
Co-location

32%
Storage

48%
IT Strategy
& Leadership

38%
DC
Investment

Thailand Cloud & Datacenter Convention 2021

Event Summary

Thailand’s cloud and data center market could be on the verge of greatness. As the second-largest economy in ASEAN continues to improve its international connectivity, multinational companies are eyeing it for investment. But as these improvements are made and more of the population goes online, broadband quality and energy sustainability become increasingly pressing challenges for the market to overcome. 

With 61% of Thailand’s gross domestic product expected to be digitalised by 2022, and 95% of the population with broadband access by 2023, this market is quickly becoming one of the most interesting case studies in the region. 

What is in store for Thailand’s cloud and data center industries?

This November, join the W.Media team and hundreds of IT Professionals for our Annual Cloud & Data Center Convention to find out how you can be a part of the country’s digital future. 

Agenda

Full Speaker & Agenda Details coming soon.

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Location

Bangkok, Thailand
Location: TBC

Date
11 November 2021
Time
8am to 5pm

Who Should attend?

  • C-level
  • Procurement & Sourcing
  • Head of IT / Data Centers / Networks
  • IT / M&E Consultants & Engineers
  • System Integrators
  • Data Center Commissioners

TH CDC 2019 Highlights

Sponsors

Technology Showcase

Cloud Computing

Data Center Outsourcing

Data Center
Design &
Operations

Connectivity

Investment

Demographics

Who You Will Meet

74% Senior Management

19% Middle Management

7% Specialist

Projects

Key Industries

  • 5% Healthcare, Medical
    Tehnology & Pharma
  • 3% Logistics & Supply
    Chain Management
  • 3% Consumer Business &
    Professional Services
  • 2% Marine & Offshore
    Engineering
  • 2% Chemicals &
    Biotechnology

IT Products?
& Services
32%

Finance
& Banking
25%

  • 6% Emerging Business
  • 8% OTT Content, Media
  • 10% Gov, Cities,
    Infrastructure &
    Industrial Solutions
  • 2% Environment, Water,
    Energy & Clean Energy
  • 2% Aerospace & Precision
    Engineering & Electronics

Interest In

76%
Cloud

68%
Co-location

32%
Storage

48%
IT Strategy
& Leadership

38%
DC
Investment

Indonesia Cloud & Datacenter Convention 2021

Event Summary

Indonesia’s position as the largest economy in Southeast Asia has fueled its rise in the Cloud Computing, and Data Center industry. Coupled with relatively low startup and operational costs, the country is rivaling traditional Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, and Data Center hubs. Data Centers in Jakarta alone are set to witness a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 21.8% in the years 2019-2024 , the highest for any city in Southeast Asia (Cushman & Wakefield Datacenter Report 2019). 

The central government’s decision to enact and relax Data Sovereignty Laws, has served as a framework for the industry at large. Strict data localization laws, once created a regulatory structure that drove demand. However, the subsequent move to ease legal restrictions, and the continued robust demand, has reassured the major players in the industry. Fears of a market crash were quickly allayed. This flexibility and willingness to evolve makes Indonesia distinct from many of its closest competitors.

What will Indonesia’s digital future hold? Join W.Media along with industry experts and changemakers at the W.Media Cloud and Data Center Convention to find out!

Agenda

Full Speaker & Agenda Details coming soon.

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Location

Jakarta, Indonesia
Location: TBD

Date
October 2021
Time
8am to 5pm

Who Should attend?

  • C-level
  • Procurement & Sourcing
  • Head of IT / Data Centers / Networks
  • IT / M&E Consultants & Engineers
  • System Integrators
  • Data Center Commissioners

Sponsor

Technology Showcase

Cloud Computing

Data Center Outsourcing

Data Center
Design &
Operations

Connectivity

Investment

Demographics

Who You Will Meet

74% Senior Management

19% Middle Management

7% Specialist

Projects

Key Industries

  • 5% Healthcare, Medical
    Tehnology & Pharma
  • 3% Logistics & Supply
    Chain Management
  • 3% Consumer Business &
    Professional Services
  • 2% Marine & Offshore
    Engineering
  • 2% Chemicals &
    Biotechnology

IT Products?
& Services
32%

Finance
& Banking
25%

  • 6% Emerging Business
  • 8% OTT Content, Media
  • 10% Gov, Cities,
    Infrastructure &
    Industrial Solutions
  • 2% Environment, Water,
    Energy & Clean Energy
  • 2% Aerospace & Precision
    Engineering & Electronics

Interest In

76%
Cloud

68%
Co-location

32%
Storage

48%
IT Strategy
& Leadership

38%
DC
Investment

Singapore Cloud & Datacenter Convention 2021

Singapore Cloud & Datacenter Show Returns this July 2021

The rise of Singapore in the Cloud Computing, and Datacenter sphere is remarkable, and startlingly impressive for a nation with limited space. Its position as a mature datacenter hub both lends it industry credibility, but at the same time motivates regional counterparts to emerge as market contenders. To that end, Indonesia, and Malaysia have emerged as the most formidable Cloud Computing and Datacenter competitors. Having led the industry in  APAC for over a decade, the market is pivoting towards efficiency and sustainability. Its reliable power grid, coupled with skilled personnel have proved to be overwhelmingly attractive against space scarcity concerns.

As new entrants establish their presence in Singapore, they’re pushed to adapt to the unique features of the market landscape. Singapore’s tight regulatory structure–fuelled by the design inefficiencies inherent to data center architecture–pushes providers to innovate sustainably. In the cloud computing sphere, though, Fintech is king, and the flexibility these cloud enterprises enjoy drives competition and ensures that only the very best stand out.

Will the Lion City continue to punch above its weight?

W. Media is gathering a whole suite of experts to share their local insights at our upcoming Singapore Cloud & Datacenter Convention 2021. This event will offer a comprehensive look at developments on both the technology and business sides of these industries–from regional database management to fintech to 5G adoption.

Agenda & Speakers

Period Topic
8.00am Arrival Check-in (AM Group)
8.30am Tech Bench Presentations
9.00am Expo Walkthrough and Business Meetings
11.00am Guest-of-Honour Opening Address
  Keynote: OTT Platform Demand Forecast over the next 5 years
  Panel: Government Policies & Regulations Impacting OTT Platform Business & Infrastructure Expansion across Asia Pacific
1.00pm Arrival Check-in (PM Group)
1.30pm Tech Bench Presentations
2.00pm Expo Walkthrough and Business Meetings
4.00pm Guest-of-Honour Opening Address
  Keynote: 2019 – 2023 Growing Trends in Space, Power & Connectivity: Top 10 Enterprise Sectors in Singapore
  Panel: Key Event Failures and Learning Outcomes for Internet Data Center Operators in APAC
Period Topic
8.00am Arrival Check-in (AM Group)
8.30am Tech Bench Presentations
9.00am Expo Walkthrough and Business Meetings
11.00am Guest-of-Honour Opening Address
  Keynote: Enterprise CXOs Top 10 Key Concerns with Digital Transformation
  Panel: Business Continuity Plan – The Trust Fall
1.00pm Arrival Check-in (PM Group)
1.30pm Tech Bench Presentations
2.00pm Expo Walkthrough and Business Meetings
4.00pm Guest-of-Honour Opening Address
  Keynote: Transforming Workplace Digital Infrastructure
  Panel: Securing and Detecting Lone Wolf Information Theft in Organisation

Location

Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Level 3, Singapore

Date
Thursday, 29th July 2021

Time
AM Group: 8am – 1pm
PM Group: 1pm – 6pm
*Due to limited capacity, participation is on-invite only

Who Should attend?

–  CEO, CIO, CTO, COO, CFO
– Head of Engineering/Facilities
– Head of IT/Networks
– Cloud & Infrastructure Engineers
– OTT Publishers
– IT/DC Procurement & Sourcing
– IT / M&E Consultants & Engineers
– System Integrators

SG CDC 2019 Highlights

Sponsors

Supporting Partners

Korea Cloud & Datacenter Convention 2021

Event Summary

Korea’s digital ascendency has been a long time coming, but can it be sustained?

South Korea has some of the fastest local Internet speeds in the world and with almost 90% of the population having access, and also known as the global leading country with a prosperous digital future with its great IT infrastructure and its continuous innovations in 5G, IoT, AI, etc.

Recently, South Korea is seeing a sharp increase in data center investments from global tech giants and data centre providers, with even more expected from the mounting requirements brought by the demand for cloud services and mobile technology. 

South Korea is regarded as one of the top five leading data center revenue generators for APAC, which along with the other top generators, will deliver 32 billion dollars in revenue by 2023. Moreover, the size of the Korean cloud service market is also expected to exceed 3 trillion won in 2021 after exceeding $16.5 billion last year.

If you want to learn more about how domestic and international companies are taking advantage of Korea’s lucrative Cloud and Data Center market, join W.Media along with 300+ IT professionals as we dive in to all the current innovations and future trends you need to know!

Agenda

Full Speaker & Agenda Details coming soon.

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Location

Seoul, South Korea
Venue to be Announced

Date
October 2021
Time
8am – 5pm

Who Should attend?

  • C-level
  • Procurement & Sourcing
  • Head of IT / Data Centers / Networks
  • IT / M&E Consultants & Engineers
  • System Integrators
  • Data Center Commissioners

Sponsors

Technology Showcase

Cloud Computing

Data Center Outsourcing

Data Center
Design &
Operations

Connectivity

Investment

Demographics

Who You Will Meet

74% Senior Management

19% Middle Management

7% Specialist

Projects

Key Industries

  • 5% Healthcare, Medical
    Tehnology & Pharma
  • 3% Logistics & Supply
    Chain Management
  • 3% Consumer Business &
    Professional Services
  • 2% Marine & Offshore
    Engineering
  • 2% Chemicals &
    Biotechnology

IT Products?
& Services
32%

Finance
& Banking
25%

  • 6% Emerging Business
  • 8% OTT Content, Media
  • 10% Gov, Cities,
    Infrastructure &
    Industrial Solutions
  • 2% Environment, Water,
    Energy & Clean Energy
  • 2% Aerospace & Precision
    Engineering & Electronics

Interest In

76%
Cloud

68%
Co-location

32%
Storage

48%
IT Strategy
& Leadership

38%
DC
Investment

Vietnam Cloud & Datacenter Convention (Ho Chi Minh) 2021

Ho Chi Minh City’s Cloud & Datacenter Convention
-Thriving on Secured Cloud

The dynamic startup scene in Vietnam is key in the nation’s accelerated growth in Cloud Computing, and Data Centers. The Vietnam’s MIC considers cloud computing platform a digital infrastructure for the development of digital government, economy, and society. The market is forecast to be worth US$ 500 million by 2025, he said, adding that this year, the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed its growth by 40%.

Coupled with the central government’s focus on 5G connectivity, and national security concerns leading to data localization laws, the industry stands to undergo massive growth. Within the final months of 2020, all three major mobile carriers in Vietnam announced trials of commercial 5G services, placing Vietnam as one of the first countries in the world to roll out the latest generation of wireless technology, an advance expected to provide a strong boost to the digital economy. The latter’s effect was in some part, stemmed due to Indonesia’ example in enacting and adjusting data sovereignty laws, allowing for a working roadmap in dealing with national security measures.

With 70% of Vietnam’s population of 100 million, aged 35 and below, the industry for cloud computing service delivery models is set to expand significantly. Ho Chi Minh City particularly stands as the populous city in Vietnam, with a concentration of start-ups that makes it an extremely lucrative market for expansion. The status of Ho Chi Minh City as a new entrant ready to challenge the status quo with its reliance on self-sufficiency should be explored for the vast opportunities it offers. Considering the immense reverberations Vietnam sent out to Southeast Asia and beyond with its careful selection of 5G network partners, Cybersecurity as a holistic framework becomes pertinent. Industry leaders and new entrants can expect to be in the forefront of the latest developments in Southeast Asia’s rising giant.

Agenda

TIME PLENARY HALL
0800 Registration & Breakfast
0855 Chairman Welcome Address
0900 Guest of Honour Speech: Ho Chi Minh City – Bridging Start-Ups, Governmental Initiatives and Cloud
0915 Opening Debate: Connectivity and leaping ahead – Getting the 5G roll-out and Cybersecurity done right.
0945 Vietnam’s Datacenter & Cloud Markets Development Presentation
Sponsored by Viettel IDC
1030 Morning Coffee Break and Technology Bench Presentations in Expo Hall
1045 Case Study: Digital Transformation Considerations – culture, infrastructure, cybersecurity, IT resiliency in the new normal of COVID19
1130 Telco & Connectivity Presentation
12:00 Lunch and Technology Bench Presentations at Expo Hall
1330 Panel Discussion: Vietnam as a cloud computing gateway for the region
1400 Hybrid Cloud Presentation
1430 Panel: Data Centers for Vietnam’s ICT Industry – location, resiliency and quality
1500 Datacenter Presentation
1530 Leapfrogging ahead: Data Localization and its opportunities for growth in ICT sector
1600 Evening Drinks Reception at Expo Hall

Location

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Venue to be Announced

Date
Thursday, 17th June 2021

Time
8am – 4pm

Who Should attend?

– CEO, CIO, CTO, COO, CFO
– Head of Engineering/Facilities
– Head of IT/Networks
– Cloud & Infrastructure Engineers
– OTT Publishers
– IT/DC Procurement & Sourcing
– IT / M&E Consultants & Engineers
– System Integrators

VN CDC 2019 Highlights

Sponsors

Malaysia Cloud & Datacenter Convention 2021

Event Summary

Malaysia stands at the very edge of maturing into a fully-fledged Cloud Computing hub. In Budget 2020, a total of MYR 21.6 bn was earmarked into the National Fiberisation & Connectivity Plan (NFCP). Put in place to accelerate the roll-out of 5G connectivity throughout Malaysia, the resulting high-speed access from NFCP, allows for a total evolution of how businesses exist in the digital sphere. 

At the very heart of the question of the rise in Cloud Technologies in Malaysia, is the market position that the country has its sights on.  

With its expansive terrain, and proximity to a relatively developed cloud computing hub such as Singapore, it has the potential to absolutely challenge mature markets. Recognising this yet to be maximised window of growth, global players like Alibaba have shrewdly and rapidly moved to set-up operations in Malaysia. The Malaysia Cloud and Datacenter Convention 2020 (MYCDC2020) is tailored precisely to the massive game-changing nature of 5G, and the reverberations it carries for all major players in Malaysia’s Cloud Ecosystem.

At W.Media’s Cloud and Data Center Convention, both industry leaders and new entrants alike can expect to be in the forefront on the debate of issues surrounding these rapidly transforming industries.

Agenda

Full Speaker & Agenda Details coming soon.

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Location

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Venue: TBD

Date
September 2021
Time
8am – 5pm

Who Should attend?

  • C-level
  • Procurement & Sourcing
  • Head of IT / Data Centers / Networks
  • IT / M&E Consultants & Engineers
  • System Integrators
  • Data Center Commissioners

MY CDC 2018 Highlights

Sponsors

Technology Showcase

Cloud Computing

Data Center Outsourcing

Data Center
Design &
Operations

Connectivity

Investment

Demographics

Who You Will Meet

74% Senior Management

19% Middle Management

7% Specialist

Projects

Key Industries

  • 5% Healthcare, Medical
    Tehnology & Pharma
  • 3% Logistics & Supply
    Chain Management
  • 3% Consumer Business &
    Professional Services
  • 2% Marine & Offshore
    Engineering
  • 2% Chemicals &
    Biotechnology

IT Products?
& Services
32%

Finance
& Banking
25%

  • 6% Emerging Business
  • 8% OTT Content, Media
  • 10% Gov, Cities,
    Infrastructure &
    Industrial Solutions
  • 2% Environment, Water,
    Energy & Clean Energy
  • 2% Aerospace & Precision
    Engineering & Electronics

Interest In

76%
Cloud

68%
Co-location

32%
Storage

48%
IT Strategy
& Leadership

38%
DC
Investment

Virtual Groundbreaking of Digital Realty Seoul Data Center

Event Summary

South Korea is a perfect place to expand data center operations. 

Digital Realty, a leading global provider of data center, colocation and interconnection solutions, will share their exciting plans to boost South Korea’s digital economy by meeting connectivity demands and empowering digital transformation at our next digital event on Wednesday 17 June.

Almost 90% of the country’s population has internet access, it ranks 1st in Asia for telecommunications and is a valuable connection point to the rest of Asia for local and global businesses.

The demand for data centers will continue to grow in the country with the adoption of more cloud services. Gartner reports businesses plan to spend US$3 billion on cloud services in 2021. 

This is great timing for Digital Realty, as their new carrier-neutral facility spanning 129,000 square feet is forecast to be complete in 2021.

But expanding into South Korea comes with its challenges. Land is limited, so Digital Realty looks to overcome this with the tallest purpose-built data center they have ever constructed.

Join industry experts and peers as we take a look at South Korea’s digital future and global impact powered by the backbone of reliable data centers and state of the art infrastructure.

대한민국은 데이터 센터 운영을 확장하기에 완벽한 국가입니다.

세계적인 데이터 센터, 코로케이션 및 상호 연결 솔루션 제공 회사인 Digital Realty는 6 월 17 일 수요일 열리는 W.Media 디지털 이벤트에서 한국의 디지털 경제와 혁신을 강화하기 위한 특별한 계획을 공유 할 것입니다.

대한민국은, 아시아 통신 분야에서 1 위를 차지함과 동시에 전 인구 90 % 가 인터넷에 접속 되어있으며 타지역 및 글로벌 비즈니스에 있어 아시아의 IT 중추 지역으로 여겨집니다.

더 많은 기업이 클라우드 서비스을 채택함으로 인해 데이터 센터의 수요가 계속 증가 할 것으로 예상되고 있으며 가트너는 2021년 한국 기업들이 클라우드 서비스에 사용하는 비용은 30억 달러를 초과할 것이라고 예측하고 있습니다.

게다가, 2021년 Digital Realty는 129,000 제곱미터에 이르는 새로운 사업자 중립성이 보장된 데이터 센터가 완성 될 계획에 있어 이는 Digital Realty 에게 굉장히 유리한 시기로 예상이 됩니다.

그러나 한국 진출은 그에 따른 어려움이 따릅니다. 한국내에서의 데이터센터로 투자 가능한 토지는 제한적이어서, Digital Realty는 회사가 보유한 가장 높은 고층의 데이터 센터 운영을 통해 이를 극복하고자 합니다.

믿을 수 있는 데이터센터와 최첨단의 인프라 백본을 기본으로 한국의 디지털 미래와 글로벌 파급효과를 고찰 할 수 있는 기회를 산업가 전문가 및 동료들과 지금 바로 함께 하세요.

Agenda - 17th June 2020 (Korean Time)
의사 일정 - 2020년 6월 17일 (한국 표준시각)

Korean Time Agenda (의제)
1110 [Pre-Show] Introduction
[
미리보기] 소개
1115 [Pre-Show] Live Interview
라이브 인터뷰
Jay Weon Khym, Country Manager, Digital Realty Korea
김재원, 디지털리얼티 코리아 한국지사장
1125 [Video Ad] Digital Realty Korea
[
비디오 광고] Digital Realty Korea
1130 [Show-Time] Chairman Welcome Address
[
쇼타임] 회장 환영사
Stuart Crowley, Chief Editor, W.Media
Sumin Park, Editor, W.Media
스튜어트 크라울리, 편집자, W.Media (공동 진행자)
박수민, 편집자, W.Media (공동 진행자)
1135 Korean data centers and cloud services landscape
한국 데이터 센터 클라우드 서비스 환경
Professor Yunmook Nah, Board Member, Korea Data Center Council
나연묵 교수, 이사회 이사, 한국데이터센터연합회
1150 Virtual Groundbreaking Ceremony
가상 기공식
Robert Davidson, Head of Network Strategy, Digital Realty Asia Pacific
Jay Khym, Country Manager, Digital Realty Korea
Mark Smith, Managing Director for Asia Pacific, Digital Realty
로버트 데이비슨, 디지털리얼티 아태지역 네트워크 전략 책임자
김재원, 디지털리얼티 코리아 한국지사장
마크 스미스, 디지털리얼티 아시아태평양 사장
1225 Q&A and Official Closing Remarks
질의 응답  맺음말
Mark Smith, Managing Director for Asia Pacific, Digital Realty
마크 스미스, 디지털리얼티 아시아태평양 사장
1230 Chairman’s Summary and Session Adjourned
세션 폐회

Introducing Digital Seoul 1

Join up to 500 industry leaders to celebrate the launch of Digital Realty’s first data center in South Korea. Take this opportunity to look at South Korea’s digital future and global impact powered by the backbone of reliable data centers and state of the art infrastructure.

If you are within the eco-system of the cloud, IT and data center industry including journalist, market analyst, guest and partners of Digital Realty, do join us in celebrating this historic and joyous moment.

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Director, Solutions Engineering – APJ
BeyondTrust


Alvin Rodrigues
Field Chief Security Officer
InfoBlox


Leonard Ong
Region Information Security Officer, APAC
GE Healthcare


Raju Chellam
Hon Vice Chair of the Cloud & Data Chapter
SGTech

Sustainable Data Centers in Southeast Asia: Expectations versus Reality

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Event Summary

Just as data centers transformed the power of computing, so is sustainability transforming the power of data centers. Join industry experts from Schneider Electric as we examine both the benefits and barriers to adopting eco-friendly technology here in South East Asia. Sustainable design will impact professionals in all sectors of the industry—from colocation providers to hyperscalers to end users—so register today and join the conversation!

Each year, Data centers pump out a staggering 200 million metric tons of carbon emissions globally—a figure that puts them on track to overtake the carbon footprint produced by the entire aviation industry in coming years. And though technological achievements in the industry have led to an unprecedented advancement in global connectivity and informatics, efficiency has long been the industry’s glaring blind spot. In fact, some data centers waste up to 90% of the electricity they pull from the grid.

Data Centers in Southeast Asia are no exception; 7% of all electricity consumed in Singapore comes from data centers, while neighboring Malaysia recently racked up a data center energy bill of $171 million USD.

The financial and environmental impact of these trends are only going to worsen unless we act now.

Luckily, some key players are already taking initiative. Governments around the world are implementing carbon neutrality regulations and green data center standards, and more and more end-users are introducing environmentally-friendly and zero carbon targets into their corporate social responsibility strategies. The pressure on data center operators to adopt sustainable solutions is mounting on multiple fronts.

Data center providers recognize this: in a recent global survey of over 800 data center providers, most respondents saw efficiency and sustainability as strategic to their businesses going forward. That is why it is crucial for data center operators to work with energy management specialists to innovate and implement sustainable solutions when engineering their facilities. 

But of course, the future of data centres requires eco-friendly solutions that also uphold end-user requirements. How can we eliminate inefficiencies and align with regulations without sacrificing a data center’s capabilities?

Join the Schneider Electric team for a power hour discussion of the latest insights, groundbreaking solutions and best practices for building a sustainable future in a more electric world.

Agenda - 15th October 2020

SGT Agenda
1500 Chairman Welcome Address
Caroline Woods, Conference Producer, W.Media
1505 [Keynote] The Sustainability Imperative for Data Centers in Southeast Asia
With data center growth accelerating both globally and in Southeast Asia, sustainability is becoming an increasingly important issue for data center customers. This keynote will synthesize the latest research and offer insights on both why and how data center providers should adopt sustainability measures.
Paul Tyrer, Vice President – Cloud and Service Provider Segment, APAC, Schneider Electric
1515 [Panel] Sustainability – How can Data Centers in Southeast Asia do Better?
1. Policy: Adopting to Sustainability Guidelines in the Region
2. Design: Building and Renovating Colocation Centers in a Sustainable Way
3. Messaging: Are Operators, Consultants, and End-Users on the Same Page?
Omer Wilson, Vice President, Digital Realty
Joshua Au, Singapore Chapter Leader, Infrastructure Masons
Manish Shangari, Executive Director, AECOM
Valerie Choy, Energy & Sustainability Services Director, East Asia & Japan, Schneider Electric
Moderator: Paul Tyrer, Vice President – Cloud and Service Provider Segment, APAC, Schneider Electric
1555 Chairman Summary
Caroline Woods, Conference Producer, W.Media
1600 Session Adjourned

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This event is open to any technology strategists and business leaders who make up the technology purchasing and decision-making chains, including Enterprise end-users, DC Colocations, Consultants, and System Integrators.

*Registration is subject to approval

OCP Webinar

Event Summary

In the first webinar session of the three-part series, Steve Helvie from the non profit Open Compute Project (OCP) Foundation will tell the story of how open source is not just for software any more, since 2011 it now includes open source servers, storage and network hardware plus highly optimised low cost energy efficient Data Centers. Steve will also provide an overview of the OCP Foundation which started in 2011 and now has a worldwide community of thousands of engineers working on common solutions within the data center.

JOIN US IF YOU ARE PART OF…

Cloud Service Providers, Telcos, Public Sector, Gaming Companies, Web Companies, Head of Infrastructure, CTO, CIO, Architects, Hardware engineers, DC Operators

Agenda - 8th April 2020

Time Topic
11am Welcome Address
11.05am Introduction of OCP and Partners
11.15am  Quick Peeks of OCP Projects:

  1. Open source servers & storage
  2. Open source network hardware
  3. Highly optimised low cost energy efficient datacenters
11.30am OCP Case Study: Energy and Cost Efficiencies through Open-source Hardware in Telco’s and CSPs
11.45am Closing Address and Call for Polling to address key interests in Session 2 and 3

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  • Since 2016 OCP vanity free open source hardware has been adopted by the worlds Telecommunications Service Providers to Cloudify their infrastructure for supporting tomorrow’s technologies of  5G, IoT and Smart Cities. This transformation to open source technologies has produced 70% CAPEX reductions and more than 50% OPEX reductions.
  • OCP servers also use 50% less energy than traditional proprietary enterprise servers and Steve will highlight how companies are aligning energy efficiency targets with their use of open source hardware.  Furthermore, the drivers of adoption of OCP are growing more diverse – cost reduction and power efficiency are still the biggest reasons why, but the market is now realizing that feature flexibility and conformance to those specifications approved by OCP provide a measure of “comfort” to the market.

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Ajay Kumar
Director, Solutions Engineering – APJ
BeyondTrust


Alvin Rodrigues
Field Chief Security Officer
InfoBlox


Leonard Ong
Region Information Security Officer, APAC
GE Healthcare


Raju Chellam
Hon Vice Chair of the Cloud & Data Chapter
SGTech

Green Data Center

Event Summary

The concerns about environmental impacts, electricity costs, and the tremendous energy demands of data centers are mounting. 

Data centers accounted for a staggering 205 terawatt-hours of electricity usage or roughly 1% of all global electricity consumption in 2018 as well as producing an alarming 200 million metric tons of carbon dioxide.

In order to minimize the energy consumption and the environmental impact the data center brings to the environment, along with the encouragement from the government, a large number of data center operators, including Korean enterprises have started to adopt diverse green technologies and actively making social changes to reduce carbon emissions and establish a positive brand image to customers by obtaining Green Data Center Certificate.  

To minimize the tremendous energy consumption and environmental problems, many domestic data center enterprises actively adopt various green technologies and sustainable IT infrastructures, with encouragement from the Government. Moreover, the Korea Information Technology Service Industry Association (ITSA) started to launch the Green Data Center Certificate to contribute to the reduction of the overall energy consumption. By 2020, ITSA has aimed to have more than 15% of local data centers obtain the certificate. 

So what does it take to implement a green data center in Korea? Is there going to be a rising demand for introducing sustainable IT infrastructure in the domestic market? And what is the ideal strategy to achieve sustainability and profitability in the data center business?

If you’re looking for the answers to these questions, you’ve come to the right place. Join industry experts and fellow decision-makers on Thursday 13 August to get the answers. 

Spaces are limited, so register now to prepare for your Green Data Center future.

데이터 센터는 현대인들에게 다양한 IT 서비스를 제공하는데 필수적인 시설이지만, 막대한 전기 에너지 사용으로 인해 지구 온난화와 환경에 미치는 부정적 영향에 대한 우려 있기도 합니다. 

한 조사에 따르면 2018년도 전세계 데이터 센터 산업은 전세계 전력 소비량의 약 1%에 해당하는 205 테라와트시의 전력을 사용하여 무려 2억톤의 이산화탄소를 배출하였다고 발표하였습니다. 

이러한 막대한 에너지 소비와 그에 따른 환경 문제를 최소화하기 위해서 국내의 많은 데이터 센터 전문 기업들은 정부의 친환경 그린(green) 테크놀로지 채택 독려에 힘입어, 다양한 그린 테크놀로지 및 친환경 IT 인프라를 적극적으로 도입하고 있습니다. 또한 한국 IT서비스산업협회는 관련 산업의 에너지 절감을 촉진하기 위하여 그린 데이터 센터 인증 (또는 그린DC인증) 제도를 운영하기 시작했습니다.협회는 2020년까지 국내 데이터 센터의 15% 이상이 그린 데이터 센터 인증을 취득하는 것을 목표로 하고 있습니다.

그렇다면, 그린 데이터 센터를 실현하기 위해서는 어떤 노력들이 필요할까요? 국내 시장에서 친환경 IT 인프라 도입의 필요성이 지속적으로 제기될 수 있을까요? 마지막으로, 데이터 센터 기업이 참고할 만한, 비즈니스 측면과 친환경 측면을 함께 고려하는 일석이조의 방안이 있을까요?

만약 위의 질문의 답을 찾고 계신다면, 2020년 8월 13일 목요일, 관련 업계 전문가와 함께 그린 데이터 센터 관련 시장의 현황과 그의 필요성에 대해 배우면서 그 해답을 찾으시길 추천드립니다.

현재 웨비나 참여 가능한 자리가 한정되어 있습니다. 전세계 및 국내의 친환경 그린 데이터 센터에 관하여 더 깊이 알고 싶으신 분들은 지금 바로 등록하시기 바랍니다.

Agenda - 13th August 2020

KST
1050
Agenda
의제
1055 [Pre-Show] Interview with Korea Data Center Council (KDCC)
[개회전 세션] 인터뷰: 한국 데이터 센터 협회
Chang Cho, Korea Data Center Council member, the Founder / CEO of Onion Technology
1100 [Show-Time] Welcome Address
[쇼 타임] 환영사
1105 [Presentation] What are the global trends for green data centers?
[프레젠테이션]: 전 세계 그린 데이터센터의 동향
Professor WEN Yonggang,
Associate Dean (Research), College of Engineering; Professor,
School of Computer Science and Engineering,
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
1125

[Panel Discussion]: Green Data Center (South Korea & Asia Markets)
[리더스 토론]: 국내 친환경 그린 데이터 센터의 현황

1. The current state and trends for sustainable solutions and green data centers
국내 친환경 IT 솔루션 및 그린 데이터 센터의 현황 및 동향
2. Efforts in implementing sustainable data center solutions
그린 데이터 센터 구현을 위한 노력
3. The appetite for green data center solution from the domestic customers
그린 데이터 센터 솔루션의 국내 고객의 니즈
4. What will be the future changes in the trends and appetite for green data centers?
미래의 그린 데이터 센터의 니즈 동향 및 변화 예측
5. Are sustainable solutions necessary for South Korea?
과연 한국은 친환경 IT 솔루션이 필요한가?
Jay Weon Khym, Country Manager, Digital Realty
Charles Lee, Founder and Managing Director, OneAsia, Newtech Technology  

1150 Chairman Summary & Session Adjourned
맺음말 및 세션 휴회

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• C-level management: CEO, CIO, CTO, CFO, COO, CSO, CISO
• Senior executives: Head of Business, Head of Finance, Head of IT, Head of Digital Transformation, Head of Human Resource, Head of Operations
• End-users

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유자격 청중 : IT 업계와 관련 업무의 기술 전문가 및 비즈니스 소통자분들에게 열려있습니다:
• C 레벨 경영직 : CEO, CIO, CTO, CFO, COO, CSO, CISO 등
• 최고 중역 : 비즈니스 책임자, 재무 책임자, IT 책임자, 디지털 혁신 책임자, 인사 책임자, 운영 책임자 등
• 교차 산업의 엔드유저 고객층

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Ajay Kumar
Director, Solutions Engineering – APJ
BeyondTrust


Alvin Rodrigues
Field Chief Security Officer
InfoBlox


Leonard Ong
Region Information Security Officer, APAC
GE Healthcare


Raju Chellam
Hon Vice Chair of the Cloud & Data Chapter
SGTech

Edge Data Center Strategy and Solutions in Asia Pacific

Event Summary

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

Time
(GMT+8)
Topic
10.35AM [Case Study] Leading Edge Data Centers: Bridging the Gap between Urban and Regional Areas
Host: W.Media
Interviewee: Chris Thorpe,
Leading Edge Data Centres
10.45AM Interview with SE
Host: W.Media
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