Alibaba, Cisco, Equinix, Red Hat, The UN – to speak at Edge Asia 2019 in Singapore


Edge Asia powered by Datacloud will be in Singapore, April 11 2019, bringing you the defining discussion the Edge, its importance to 5G as well as addressing the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead in implementing Edge services and networks in the APAC region.

The industry experts who will debate this in Singapore include:
Jonathan Atkin, Managing Director – RBC Capital Markets
Dean Bubley, Founder and Director – Disruptive Analysis
Gordon Falconer, Chairman Advisory Board – UN United Smart Cities Group
Iain Gillott, President – IGR
Sunil Gupta, CTO – Communication and Media Industry Vertical, APAC – HPE
Dirk-Peter van Leeuwen, SVP & GM APAC & Japan – Red Hat
Pradeep Menon, Director of Big Data and AI Solution Architecture – Alibaba Cloud
Andrew Rigoli, Vice President, Corporate Development & Strategy – Equinix Asia-Pacific & Interim Country Manager, Singapore
Kim Schultz, Special Advisor – Data centres & Cleantech – Invest in Denmark
Narendra Sen, Managing Director – RackBank Datacenters Pvt Ltd
Wee Meng Thoo, Head of Investments, TMT Sector – Leonie Hill Capital
Rianne Van Veldhuizen, VP Commercial Segment – IBM
Shehara Viswanathan, Lead Consultant, Advisory – Cisco

“For the last two years we have been in Singapore for Datacloud Asia and this year we wanted to bring the Edge Computing discussion to the APAC region especially after the success of our inaugural Edge Congress in US and Europe. The event has now become Edge Asia, powered by Datacloud,” said Philip Low, chairman of BroadGroup. “This new future-defining event will provide a unique platform to define the Edge, its importance to 5G and make senior level contacts that lead to engage and make the most of this huge business opportunity of the coming decade.”

Attendees will include executives from the cloud, edge, data centre, computing, IoT and data arena. They will gather at this annual conference to attend the seminal discussion on this massive new ecosystem in one location addressing how infrastructure will be altered through the convergence of a host of current and new technologies such as blockchain, AI, 5G, 4K, 8K, robotics, wearable tech and embedded sensors and their deployment.