THE DIGITAL SILK ROAD TO SUCCESS

IoT, Big Data, Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics & 3D Printing are storming their way through to disrupt and redefine the way your business work!

NTT Communications and IDG have talked to 300+ Asian-based business and IT executives from global enterprises on:

  • Business outlook and the biggest worries or challenges;
  • Top technology adopted, and what’s next on the agenda;
  • Key factors driving the investment decisions, and planning decisions;
  • Recommendations to overcome the barriers with adopting new technology

Let’s find a way to make technology work SMARTER, not HARDER in 2017! Get a FREE COPY of the whitepaper now!

Want to See Key Findings in a Nutshell?

You can also download the Infographic for a quick glimpse of the major findings.

Evolving Data Center Designs In Digital Era

As CIOs look for ways to optimize total cost of ownership, the industry is exploring high density data center design, and a range of innovative energy efficient cooling technologies to answer the needs.

The whitepaper will discuss:

  • How latest data center design and technology help address increasing power density and need to lower TCO;
  • The role of efficient cooling systems in ensuring reliability and cost-efficiency of data centers;
  • case study of the key design elements of the new NTT Communications Financial Data Center Tower 2 (FDC2)

You may also be interested in the thought-leadership presentation How High Density Colocation and Enhanced Visibility Improve Business Performance from Mr. Taylor Man, EVP Cloud Business, NTT Com Asia.

New Opening of NTT Communications
Financial Data Center Tower 2 (FDC2)

FDC™ is a purpose-built complex with two data center towers (FDC1 and FDC2) in Hong Kong, with one command and control tower. It features a Tier IV ready infrastructure, and an array of leading-edge technological advancements and new innovations.

FDC2, the second phase of the data center, is launched with the first and foremost data centre technologies. It is designed with innovative cooling, energy-efficient, and data visualization technologies to create new values and enhance business performance for enterprise customers.

Featuring ultra-high density ready design, FDC2 further helps clients future-proof against the increasing complex new generation IT equipment and accommodate accelerating IT capacity growth in sustainable, cost-efficient ways.

Stephen Tsang is the Chief Revenue Officer of NTT Com Asia Limited. He is responsible for the strategic leadership and development of sales and solution initiatives to drive business revenue and accelerate the company’s growth.

As an accomplished management professional in the industry, Mr. Tsang has over 25 years of experience in Asia, Europe and the U.S., and deep industry knowledge across product, sales and solutions. Prior to joining NTT Com Asia, he held leadership roles at Telstra Global as the Head of Managed Network Services and Enterprise Solution Architects, and most recently the Head of Key Accounts and FSI. He has previously worked as the Director of Corporate Solutions and Business Development at CSL, and held various senior management positions at Nokia. Over the years, Mr. Tsang has demonstrated a successful track record in acquiring new business opportunities, and developing technology solutions for different sectors.

In addition to his ICT experience, Mr. Tsang has taken leadership and advisory roles of some successful startup companies and investment. He was the Vice President and General Manager, APAC at Neustar, and the Vice President, APAC for OZ Communications which was acquired by Nokia. He was also the CEO of Trium Partners, a private equity company investing in payment technologies.

Mr. Tsang has an honor’s degree in Electronic Engineering, and graduated as Master of Engineering from the University of Surrey in UK.

Anson Bailey joined KPMG China in 1999 and is currently a partner based in the Hong Kong office heading up the Consumer and Retail Practice. He is part of the KPMG Regional Consumer and Retail Practice Leadership team as well as a member of the Global Technology Innovation Centre and the Cluster Leader for the Technology, Media & Telecoms Practice in Hong Kong.

He is active in driving thought leadership reports and briefings for senior executives covering innovation and consumers in China and across Asia, and helping corporates understand these markets. Anson also acts as the Lead Partner for strategic accounts in the consumer and technology arena across the Asia Pacific region.