According to McKinsey & Company, India is the second-fastest digital adopter among 17 major digital economies, which include South Korea, Singapore, Australia, Japan, Indonesia and more. Companies that innovate and digitize rapidly will be better placed to take advantage of India’s large, connected market, which could include up to 700 million smartphone users and 840 million internet users by 2023. In the context of rapidly improving technology and falling data costs, technology-enabled business models could become pervasive over the next decade. That will likely create significant economic value.
With more Indian enterprises striving to go digital, the increased speed and bandwidth of 5G networks will drive a new round of transformation across India. The Indian IoT market is expected to touch $9 billion by 2020, and this will contribute as a key driver to the edge data center market in India.
Join us on the 18th of December as we dive deeper into the market trends and drivers of India’s digital economy and the impact on data centers.
Agenda - 18th December 2020
|1400||Chairman Opening Address|
|1405||[Thought Leadership] Building Sustainable and Resilient Edge Data Centers|
|1420||Panel: Market Trends – The new norm of data centers in India
1. The current and future impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on India’s data infrastructure
2. Edge computing in India – where will it start and how will it be delivered?
3. How has edge transformed data center strategies in enterprises?
Manish Shangari, Executive Director, AECOM
Abhinivesh Jain, Distinguished member of Technical Staff, Wipro
Yury Drabkin, EcoStruxure Digital Transformation International Leader, Schneider Electric
Sanjay Bhutani, Senior Vice President & Head of Datacenter Business, Adani Enterprise
Panel Moderator: Wong Ka Vin, Managing Director, DC1st
|1500||Chairman Closing Address|
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
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