Green Data Center Conference [Events]

April 15, 2011 by  
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Green Data Center Conference
11 & 12 July 2011
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia



Global data center capacity is growing rapidly. Demand for data center is expected to grow at 10% CAGR over the next decade, as businesses automate more processes, perform more complex analytics, store more granular customer data and employ rich media. Capacity demand in emerging markets like China will rise especially quickly, as institutions there become larger and more sophisticated. Due to large energy consumption, data center has large and growing carbon footprint. Data centers now drive more in carbon emission than both Argentina and the Netherlands. It is noted that while data centres in Asia are not as old as those in the U.S., there is increasing pressure on operators to restructure the facilities in the region.

Conference Focus

The Green Data Center Conference is looking forward to deliver an extensive programme that assembles many of the critical technical, operational, and commercial topics that confront day-to-day management of data center. Hence, it is hoped to provide opportunity and an exclusive platform to bring together world class top C-level, D-level executives and policy makers from data center solutions providers, global corporations, government bodies and government linked industries worldwide.

Part of the highlighted issues are:
• Advancing in-depth knowledge of current trend and major challenges – forming strategies inreducing operation cost
• Managing explosive growth within the region
• Forming effective strategies in addressing global pressures to reduce carbon emissions
• Understanding server density and power consumption
• Acquiring comprehensive information to effective approaches in revolutionising energy efficiency
• Obtaining latest updates on legal and regulatory issues for the data center
• Leveraging on Green IT technology: current and future technologies
• Gaining confidence from best practices and successful stories to face current trend and challenges
• Discovering latest initiative: Cloud Computing
• Unraveling the shift of paradigms in the realm of investment on green data center for business
• Addressing the setback in engaging experts / highly skilled employees – urgent need to reduce outsourcing
• Discussing possible collaborations among nations in Asia Pacific in promoting encouraging global market penetration via e-commerce

For more information, contact Huey Ying at (603) 5621 3630 or

AsiaIsGreen is a media partner of the Green Data Center Conference

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