The explosive growth of technology adoption and innovation in Asia has led to a new crossroads, as businesses in the region transition to become global players. The rapid development of the Asia’s ecosystem of data centers and other infrastructure has created a unique opportunity as organizations determine their path toward digital leadership.
Returning after the overwhelming success of its debut, Datacloud Asia 2018 is the ideal opportunity to learn from thought-leaders and network with potential partners and customers to ensure a strong position as the global IT landscape changes. The event takes place March 22, 2018, at the Capella Hotel, Singapore. Datacloud Asia brings together an unparalleled mix of Asia’s enterprise customers, leading data center and cloud players, service providers, hosting, colocation, and managed service companies, along with investors and financiers.
The speakers at Datacloud Asia will offer in-depth regional market analysis, and explore innovative infrastructure management approaches, energy efficiency opportunities, the impact of 5G, edge computing strategies, and the impact of bleeding-edge technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI) and IoT. The event will also feature several panel discussions focussing on issues affecting the Asian digital infrastructure market, such as the region’s developing markets, and meeting the surging demand for technical personnel. Leading companies and individuals in 15 categories will be recognized with Datacloud Asia Awards, as the industry celebrates the achievements driving market success. Nominations are open now.
The event opens with a keynote from Rahul Vijay, Head of Global Telecom Sourcing for Uber. His address will be followed by presentations by thought-leaders from companies including Cisco, Digital Realty, Salesforce, Deutsche Bank, Equinix, and Dell EMC. “Spotlight on: China” will provide answers to the key questions facing businesses entering or seeking growth in this exciting market, while “Cloud Provider Panel – Analysing Cloud Adoption and Strategies” will examine the conditions and uneven maturity levels of cloud in the region, and the “Data Center Finance & Investment Panel” will cover investment trends, successful business models, funding strategies, and future market developments.
Datacloud Asia 2018 sponsors include Schneider Electric, ST Telemedia, Digital Realty, Global Cloud Xchange, Starline, Colt Data Centre Services, Munters, Datwyler, AirTrunk, iTech Towers, Bird & Bird, Locke Lord, OneAsia, Host in Ireland, Datacenter People, DigitalCentre2020, CNet Training, and Data Economy. The event is produced by BroadGroup, an international consulting company that tracks data center, cloud, IT infrastructure markets, and investment.