How data center build in APAC is meeting demand sustainably

Over the next decade, the Asia Pacific will represent a clear majority of global growth in both data center investment and footprint. Driven by demographic and economic factors which have combined to accelerate demand for IT hardware and services, the necessity for the data center to act as the pivot of regional digital and technological growth is well-recognized. 

As more data centers are built across the region, so the construction process comes under increasing scrutiny.  Building at scale therefore needs to prove that it brings a solution to the sustainability crisis, rather than just another carbon problem.  These three episodes delivered by industry-respected practitioners, consultants and analysts look at how data center build across the Asia Pacific can keep up with incessant demand while observing best practice in relation to energy, environmental and social impacts. 

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Broadcast contributors include...

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    Kok-Chye Ong Managing Director – Head of IDC Platform, Asia, Gaw Capital Partners
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    Simon McFadden Global Client Director - Data & Telco, Aurecon Group
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    Donna Bridgman Enterprise Mission Critical Technical Leader, Norman Disney & Young
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    John Duffin Independent Consultant & Instructor, DCPro Training
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    Sujit Panda Chief Technology & Information Officer, BDx Data Centers
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    David Liggitt Founder and CEO, datacenterHawk
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    Luca Melluso Technical Director - Solutions Architecture & Connectivity, AirTrunk
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    LPL Ranganath SVP – Datacenter Operations and Design, NxtGen Infinite Datacenter