We are pleased to announce that ST Telemedia Global Data Centres will be headlining the upcoming annual DCD>Webscale conference and expo, held from the 19th - 20th July 2017 in Bangalore. This event will host over 900 senior IT and data centre professionals from across the nation. This year's theme "Webscale" will focus on India's position in the global technology landscape as the rise of cloud computing, IoT and Big Data shape how businesses and their customers go about their daily routine.
"We are excited to headline DCD>Webscale in Bangalore. India has the third largest number of start-ups in the world as a result of rapid growth from technological disruption and innovation. Being one of the fastest growing economies, India is an exciting and strategic market for us. At this event, we look forward to share more on our global data centre platform and how enterprises can leverage on our local expertise to venture into India with our data centre solutions, while staying agile to meet their business needs."
- Bruno Lopez, CEO, STT GDC
"India is the nerve centre for IT, with the growing focus on digitization and mobility, the demand for highly scalable and available systems will continue, resulting in phenomenal growth of data centres in the country. Organizations are re-architecting their IT infrastructure to thrive in this new environment. As the country's largest data centre services player, STT GDC India can help organizations adapt to this changing ecosystem and new model of interconnection."
- Sumit Mukhija, CEO, STT GDC India.
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