About This Conference
DCD>Converged, Hong Kong - Three Trends Defining Industry Activity & Investment in 2018
The continuing evolution of Hong Kong’s digital landscape into the realms of cloud, data center and managed services presents new opportunities for organisations looking to align their data infrastructure with their strategic needs. As the demands of Digital Transformation, IoT, Edge, Smart Cities, Big Data/Analytics and Mobility impact and define the future scope of data requirements, it is critical for the industry to plan for the step changes of a disrupted future. What role will different data infrastructure play and how will new opportunities presented by AI, blockchain, and a new generation of enabling technologies play out? A new era of opportunity beckons for Hong Kong!
The quality and variety of available hosting, colocation, cloud and build options create a wide range of possible choices that need to be gotten right the first time; but it’s not a case of one size fits all.
Join 450 senior IT professionals in this comprehensive and extensive agenda, where you will be able to learn how to best implement key IT strategy and operational initiatives to increase your business advantage. This year, the conference will address the following three themes:
Digital transformation & the rise of Edge computing
How is the cutting-edge slicing through the data center stack? With AI, robotics, machine learning, blockchain, AR/VR, data analytics, set to impact each industry sector in new and exciting ways we explore how the new data center edge and a maturing core are responding.
Living between on-prem, colo and cloud
The data center industry has certainly become a paradox in the last few years, between on-premise, colo, cloud and hybrid. Are we ready for what’s ahead? How do we prepare for the new hybrid world?
Consolidating data centers and extending their end of life
With the first and second generation of Hong Kong’s data centers reaching their intended life expectancy, how do you get the extra mile out of your legacy environment or when do you decide to de-commision, how, and what’s your next move to get up with capacity demands?
Being data center energy smart
A focus on energy efficiency and security both inside and outside the data center; from source to substation and then substation to server. Exploring the intersect between digital infrastructure and smart energy networks. Whilst inside we focus on the efficiency versus resiliency paradigm and the wins from IT.
Offering new networking formats, world-leading speakers, unique Uptime Institute content, lightning panels, interactive roundtable discussions, and live demonstrations supported by break-out sessions and an extensive expo...this is an event not to be missed > Register today!
The rise of data center standards in Asia
Accreditation doesn’t make the data center, but it can certainly play a part helping the sales team shift the racks
The Gateway to a Smart Asia at DCD Hong Kong
DCD Converged Hong Kong to bring the industry up-to-date and ready for coming developments in the unfolding era of Smart Technology.
Alibaba’s Leo Chen to Keynote DCD Converged Hong Kong
As businesses and individuals swarm to the cloud and as big data threatens to swamp business, how does a provider keep ahead of demand?
World’s most valuable data center event now free…
The global networking event for the data center and cloud infrastructure community, is introducing a ‘free-to-attend by invitation’ model to help spread big ideas
Fintech and the Data Center at DCD>Converged Hong Kong
DCD>Converged Hong Kong welcomes Zhongrui Kuang of YCY Cloud to share his expertise of the fast-growing Fintech sector and to look at how Data Infrastructure can meet its needs
Ensuring Your Design & Build Can Cope at DCD Hong Kong
DCD Converged Hong Kong will provide valuable insights and learnings on how the design and development of critical infrastructure is fundamental to performance across the entire IT Stack.
Sponsors & Exhibitors
VenueThe Mira Hong Kong
The Mira Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong