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About This Conference
Building the infrastructure to support Thailand’s 4.0 Digital Agenda
In light of Thailand’s Digital Government Plan 2017-21, and the recent announcements of big digital projects in the region, what does the next frontier in Thailand’s digital aspirations mean for future capacity requirements? And with the Internet of Things (IOT), artificial intelligence (AI), 5G, Robotics and digitalisation all accelerating, what will be the new demands on data center and cloud infrastructure?
DCD>Thailand & Indochina will uncover the opportunities and demands this new digital era will create for the local industry and across the wider Indo China region. Hear from global and local experts as they share their latest projects and insights into the future of data center and cloud infrastructure transformation.
Sponsors & Exhibitors
VenueCentara Grand & Bangkok Convention Centre at CentralWorld
999/99 Rama I Road Pathum Wan Bangkok 10330 Thailand
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