The virtual conference focused on meeting regional data center & cloud demand

Meet data center & cloud demand, understand market trends and uncover technology innovation

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With a vast population and fast-growing economy dependent on digitization, the Asia-Pacific data center & cloud infra market continues to grow to meet this demand. Expansion across the 4 tier 1 markets totalled 1,119 MW in Q4 2019. Projections more widely across South East Asia forecast CAGR of 14% from 2019 to 2023.

Between 1-2 July, we'll be hosting 18 free-to-view webinars designed to help you understand the latest capacity drivers and trends, uncover new technology and share best practice with 1200+ of your peers. Hosted on our cutting edge platform, you'll be able to: tune in to interactive panels and presentations, dive into the discussion with roundtables and workshops and make new connections with a 1-2-1 meeting app - all from the comfort of your home.

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Your DCD virtual conference experience

  • Icon learn Learn from a conference agenda packed with industry experts
  • icon-interact Interact through live Q&A, instant polls and social media
  • icon-network Network with your peers on our AI-driven 1-2-1 meeting platform
  • icon-exchange Exchange ideas and knowledge with our virtual roundtables

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Registered owner/operator delegates can now connect with other professionals on our easy to use virtual networking platform. If you want to meet new people and gain the types of valuable insights you only get talking to people who share similar challenges, then this is the virtual alternative to meeting at a physical event.

  • Join roundtables discussions after each conference session
  • Arrange 1-2-1 meetings with our expert speakers and other delegates
  • Meet new people with virtual speed networking

The COVID-19 pandemic is radically changing how professionals now access the knowledge and networking they previously got at industry events.

We've gone virtual and everyone loves it!

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iMasons Workshop: Industry vision for sustainable growth - Every Click Improves the Future

Every click improves the future



The Infrastructure Masons have developed a new industry-wide strategy framework to enable sustainable digital infrastructure for the future.


We're calling this shared vision, “every click improves the future”. It's supported by five strategic focus areas that will help the industry to come together as one on this important topic.


In conjunction with DCD's virtual conference calendar we are scheduling a series of open roundtables to introduce like minded people to the vision.


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  • DCD is about bringing everybody together so that we can trade ideas, feedback about clean energy, powering data centers more responsibly, more efficiently, the technical barriers and much more... It's been a really great event.

    Sean James, Director of Energy Research, Microsoft
  • DCD does a great job pulling together various people from the industry - not only the suppliers but the operators. As the data center industry is growing, particularly in Asia, DCD events play a critical role to create awareness and contribute to the growth of the industry.

    Robin Khuda, Founder & CEO, AirTrunk
  • DCD's pivot to digital has been impressive. Our first experience of virtual conference has been a great success.

    Zahl Limbuwala, Executive Director Strategy, CBRE Data Centre Solutions

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