We are pleased to announce that ST Telemedia Global Data Centres will be headlining the upcoming DCD>Zettastructure in Singapore.
As part of the prestigious SE Asia Data Centre Week, DCD's 11th annual Conference and Expo in Singapore will welcome over 1,500 senior IT and data centre professionals from across Asia Pacific at Marina Bay Sands from 20 - 21 September 2017. This year's theme - "Zettastructure” - will focus on the catalytic impact of IoT, Smart Cities, Big Data and Cloud Computing which will generate and drive zettabytes of data traffic across networks.
"We are thrilled to headline DCD>Zettastructure in Singapore and be part of the SE Asia Data Centre Week. Singapore is our home base and an important hub within our global data centre platform. With Singapore's interconnectivity and world-class infrastructure making it a key IT and innovation hub for Asia and the world, STT GDC is committed to support the growth of businesses as they adapt to the evolving digital economy as we continue on an accelerated global expansion path."
- Bruno Lopez, CEO, STT GDC
"We look forward to sharing more on our local expertise in the markets that we are participating at the DCD shows this year, and how we are able to match the deployment needs of today's enterprises with a flexible and scalable offering that is essential to our customers in a highly-digitised world.
- Christopher Street, Group GM for Singapore and Global Alliances of STT GDC
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