The explosive momentum that the Taiwanese cloud market saw up in 2020 is expected to continue well into 2021, 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!
在國家層面上，台灣正在投資五個IT領域：技術和數位化、國防、綠能、可再生能源和生物科技。具體來說，這涉及到招募80名網絡安全人員成立國家團隊，和打造另一個可與新竹科學園區相媲美的 “亞洲矽谷 “等舉措。
Agenda - 5th November 2020
|10.55AM||Chairman Opening Address|
|11.00AM||[Keynote] The Future of 5G in Taiwan What to expect and when to expect it|
|11.15AM||[Keynote] Cybersecurity Risk Assessment How can Taiwan do Better?|
|11.20AM||[Panel Discussion] Why Taiwan is a Lucrative Market for data Center Expansion
|11.45AM||Moderated Q&A Session|
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