South-East Asia is recognised as one of the key regions driving global data center growth. The research company Technavio has estimated that data centers in South East Asia will grow at a high CAGR of 14% from 2019 to 2023. The coronavirus pandemic raises the obvious questions of what the impacts on the region’s data centers is currently and how this may impact growth. Since South East Asia is comprised of a number of markets at different stages of maturity and with very different profiles, how will the impacts differ? How do you develop strategies for the key opportunities that the region will continue to present? What are we learning about future-proofing those strategies?
This webinar examines:
- The state of key markets in the region and how they may change before the end of 2020
- Their longer term prognosis - the key growth drivers common to all and those specific to each?
- How will the key hub - Singapore - and the key economies – Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia - evolve? How will this impact the balance of facility supply and demand through the region?
- What is the blueprint for analysing what is driving markets and sectors and knowing how and when to act?