2nd Edition DATA CENTRES IN INDIA
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- 20 per cent “Early Bird” discount ends on November 03, 2022
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The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, the leading provider of information on infrastructure sectors through magazines, newsletters, reports and conferences. The company publishes theIndian Infrastructure, Power Line, Renewable Watch, tele.net and Smart Utilities magazines. It also publishes reports on Smart Cities in India, Power Distribution in India, Solar Power in India, Power Market In Asia, OFC Market in India, Small Cell Market in India, etc. In addition, it publishes Telecom News (a weekly newsletter), Power News (a weekly newsletter), and the Smart Cities , Solar Power & Power Line Directories and Yearbooks. India Infrastructure Group has also successfully delivered conferences on IT & OT in Power, Smart Cities in India, Power Distribution in India, Telecom Infrastructure in India, OFC Networks in India, Digitalisation of Power Plants and Solar Power in India.
Some of the participating organisations that attended data centres in india 2021 included: 3M, Birla Cables, Anvil Cables, Adani Enterprises, Anarock, Adani ConneX, Birla Cables, BSNL, C-DOT, C-DAC, Capitaland Datacenters India, CLSA, CrtlS, Colt, Cenmax, Central Electricity Authority, Customized Energy Solutions, DIPA, Danfoss, Delta Electronics, Diode Ventures, Digital Infrastructure Providers Association, Department of IT & Electronics, ESDS Software Solution, Everstone Capital, Ernst and Young, Fluor Daniels, Finolex, Google Cloud, Government of Andhra Pradesh, GR Infraprojects, Gurugram Smart City, Gulf Business Horizon, India Energy Storage Alliance, ICICI Bank, JLL, Jindal Stainless, Kedia Infotech, L&T, Morrison Hershfield, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Mukund Systems, MistLayer, Inc., Nomura, Phoenix Contact, Progression Infonet, Powergrid, Pune Smart City, Rolls Royce, RailTel Corporation of India, ST Telemedia GDC, Sify,Sunsource, Tower Vision, Technica Fiber Tech, Tirumala Seven Hills, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, Viavi, Vindhya Telelinks, Virgo Consultants, Webwerks etc,
“Participants who have attended related conferences in the power, renewable, smart cities and telecom sectors previously include:”
Aarvee Associates, ABB, Accelsap Consulting Services, Accenture, ACE Control Tech, ACE Enterprise, Aceline Infosolutions, ACME Cleantech Solutions, Actaris, Adani Power, Aditya Infotech, ADJ Engineering, AECOM, Aerzen Machines, Agence Francaise De Development, AIUT Technologies LLP, Aksh Optifibre, AkzoNobel, Al Ain Consulting Engineers L.L.C, ALSTOM, Amara Raja Batteries, Analysys Mason, Andritz Hydro, Anritsu, Apar Industries, APDCL, Applied Solar Technologies, Arcadis, Ardom Telecom, Arki Techno Consultants, ARS Energy, Arudra Engineers, Arvind, Ascend Telecom Infrastructure, Ashok Leyland, ATC India Towers, Atha Group, Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade), Avantha Power, AVEVA Information Technology, Avineon India, B4S Solutions, Bahwan Cybertek, Bajaj Electricals, Balkrishna Industries, Bangalore Electricity Supply Company, Banyan Tree Advisors, Barco, BBNL, BCG, Beijing SPC Environment, Bhagalpur Smart City, Bharat Heavy Electricals, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, Bharti Infratel, BHEL, Birla Cable, Birla Furukawa, Black & Veatch, Blue Star, BMR Advisors, BMW Steels, Broadband India Forum, BPL Telecom, Bray Controls, BSES Rajdhani Power, BSES Yamuna Power, BTL EPC, Busch Vacuum, Bygging, CA Technologies, Canada Trade Office, Capgemini, Capitel Partners, Care Rating, CBRE Asia Pacific, Central Electricity Authority, CESC, Chhattisgarh State Power Generation Company, China Telecom, CLP India, CMC, CMS Computers, COAI, Coastal Gujarat Power, Consus Consulting, Copius Capital Advisors LLP, Corning Technologies India, Coslight India Telecom, Cottagon S.A., CPCL, CPRI, Creative Microsystems, CRISIL, Critigen, CSRI NEERI, Cummins, Customized Energy Solutions, Cyient, Damodar Valley Corporation, Datagen Power, DB Power, Delhi Development Authority, Deloitte, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Delta Electronics, Deltos Infra, Descon, Diamond Power, DMRC, DOT Ministry of Communication, DPSC, Druk Green Power Corporation, DSCL, DSM India, Dynalog, EagleBurgmann, Earthmetry, Easun Reyrolle, ECI Telecom, ECIL, Edelweiss ARC, Edelweiss Asset Reconstruction Company, Edifice Consultants, Edotco Group, Edwards India, Efftronics, EGIS, Elara Capital, Emerson Network, Enercon, Enersys India Batteries, Envision, Environnement SA India, EPTISA India, Ernst & Young LLP, ESDS, ESRI, Essential Energy India, ETAP Automation, Evalueserve, Exide, EY, Facile Maven, Fedders Lloyd, Ferbeck International, Finolex, Firefly Networks, FLSmidth, Fluentgrid, Forbes Marshall, Fox Solutions, GAIA Smart Cities, Gayatri, GE Grid Solutions, GE Power India, GE South Asia, Genesis Infra Project Consultants, Genus, GIFT, GMR, Greenko Group, GSECL, GSK Powertel, GTL Infrastructure, Gujarat International Finance Tec-City, Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority, Guwahati Municipal Corporation, H2L-Vedanta, Haryana Power Generation Corporation, Havells, HBL Power, HCL Technologies, HEG, Hexagon, Himachal Futuristic Communications, Hindustan Controls, Hindustan Zinc, Hiranandani Communities, Hitachi, Honeywell, HP, HPCL, HPGCL, Huawei India, Huber Suhner, HUDCO, Hughes, Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority, IBM India, IBUS Networks, ICICI Bank, ICRA, ICSA, Idam Infrastructure, Idea Cellular, Ideck, IDFC Alternatives, IDFC Bank, IFS, IIFCL, Independent Architecture Planning Consultant, India Power, India Uniper Power Services, Indiana Conveyers, Indo Rama Petrochemicals, Indore Smart City, Indus Energy Consultants, Indus Towers, Infokool, Infosys, Infotech, Infozech, Intelligent Energy, Invendis Technologies India, Invensys, IOCL, IP Design Studio, IPE Global, IT System Integration Organization, Itron, Jabalpur Smart City, Jaiprakash Associates, Jaiprakash Power Ventures, Jaypee Bina Thermal Power Plant, Jaypee Ventures, Jindal Power, Jindal Stainless, JLL, JSPL, JSW, K Raheja Corp, Karam Industries, Kaveri Communications, KEC lnternational, Keith Electronics, Khika, Kirloskar Oil Engines, KLG Systel, Knight Frank, Kotkar Energy Dynamics, KPCL, KPIT, KPMG, Krohm Solutions, KSK Energy, L&T ECC, L&T Smart World & Communication, L&T-Sargent & Lundy, Lahmeyer, LANCO, Lapp Holding, Lea Associates, Leena PowerTech, Lekha Wireless, Lifeline Technologies, Lubrizol Advanced Materials, M.N. Dastur & Company, M&I Materials, Maco Corporation, MACOM Technology Solutions, Madhya Pradesh Paschim Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Company, MagikMinds Software, Mahadiscom, Maharashtra State Power Generation, Mahindra & Mahindra, Mahindra Consulting Engineer, Maithon Power, Manifold, Mars Telecom Systems, Maruti Udyog, Mascot Capital & Marketing, Matrix Comsec, MCT India, MEG, Megha Engineering & Infrastructures, Merchem Limited, METSO, Microtex Energy, Ministry of Communications & Information Technology, Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology-Govt. of India, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Ministry of Power, MINRAJ Consultants, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Morrison Hershfield Corp, Motilal Oswal, Mott MacDonald, MOXA, MSEB Holding Company, MTNL, Multi-Act Equity Consultancy, Munters India, Nabha Power, Nascent Infotech, NDMC, NDMC Smart City, NEC Technologies India, NEEPCO, NELCO, NESCO, Nevco Engineers, Nexant, NHPC, Nippon AMC, Nish Automation, NLC India, Nokia India, North South GIS, NPCL, NPTI, NSOFT (INDIA), NTPC, Odisha Electricity Regulatory Commission, Okaya Power, OMC Power, OMNI AGATE Systems, Opower, Oracle, Organo Corporation, Oriental Nicco Projects, OSI, Outokumpu, Owens Corning, Panasonic India, Paramount, Paramount Cables, Paramount Communication, Parbati-Koldam Transmission Co., PCI Limited, Perfect Controls, PFC Consulting, PGCIL, PGVCL, Philips, Phoenix IT, Pimpri Chinchward Municipal Corporation, Planet Smart City, PMAS, PMI Associates, Polycab, PowerGrid, PowerOne Data, Powertec, Praj Industries, Prasanna Technologies, Pratap Technocrats, ProArch Solutions, Protiviti, PRS Permacel, PTC, PTPS, Pune Smart City, PWC, PWD, Quadgen Wireless, Quadrant Consultants, Quality Austria Central Asia, Ramboll, Ramboll India, Ramco, Rare Enterprise, RattanIndia Power, RBC Capital Markets, REC, Reconnect Energy, Red Hat, Regency Infotech, Reli-e-Marg Software, Reliance, Reliance Jamnagar, Reliance Jio Infocomm, Riken Instrumentation, RMSI, Rockwell Automation, Rodic Consultants, Rolta, Rosenberger Electronic Co., RRVVNL, RS Consultant, Rudis LLC Trbovje, RuggedCom, Rustomjee, RV Solutions, Sai Computers, SAI Electricals, Sangir Plastics, SAP, SAS, SBI Capital Markets, SBI Caps, Schneider Electric, SCOPE, Secure Matrix, Secure meters, Securities Investment, SEI Trading, Sembcorp Green Infra, Sensus, SEW Infrastructure, Shah Technical Consultants, Siemens, Sify, Sikora India, Simco Group, Simona India, Softspin Services, Space TeleInfra, Spaceworld, SPANCO, SPC Environment Protection Tech, Spectranet, Speedon Networks, SPML, SRF, SSM Infotech, ST Microelectronics, Stalwart Advisors, State Grid Corporation of China, Steag, STEAG Energy, STELLAR Architect & Green Building Consultants, Stelmec, Sterlite, Sterlite FTTH, Sterlite Technologies, STL, STUP Consultants, Sun Microsystems, Suntech Group, Suyog Telematics, Svarn Group, SW Energy, Synergy Telecom, SYSTRA Group, Tafe Motors, TAIPA, TANGEDCO, Tarantula, Tata Automated Systems, Tata Communication, Tata Communications, Tata Consulting Engineers, TATA Cummins, Tata Power, Tata Power Renewable Energy, Tata Projects, Tata Steel, TCIL, TCS, Tech Mahindra, Techlineage, Technica Associates, Tecknobridge Software Solutions, TeestaUrja, Tek Components, Telecom Network Solutions, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, TelEnergy Technologies, Telesonic Networks, TenovaDelkor, TERI, Thane Smart City, THDC, The New India Assurance Co., ThinkSpace BIM Consultancy Services LLP, Tikona Infinet, Tirumala Seven Hills, Torrent Power, Toshiba, Tower and Infrastructure Providers Association, Tower Vision, Toyo Engineering, Trading Engineers (International), Transit Intelligence, Trivananthpuram Smart City, TUV SUD South Asia, TVA Star Engineering Solutions, U.P. Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam, Ubico Networks, UJVNL, UL India, Unique Structures and Towers, Universal Cables, V & V Comptech Systems, Va Tech Ventures, Vanu India, Vertiv, Viavi Solutions, Videocon Telecom Tower, Vindhya Telelinks, Viom Networks, Virgo Consultants, Vizag Steel, Vodafone Idea, Voith Digital Solutions, Voith Hydro, West Bengal Power Development Corporation, West Coast Optilinks, Wipro, Yathva Energy, Zyxel Technologies, etc
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The Leela Ambience, Gurgaon
- The Indian data centre market has seen much traction post the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. A growing distributed and remote workforce, rising digitalisation and cloud migration have created a huge demand for data centre infrastructure across the country. The growth is also being fuelled by the adoption of cutting-edge technologies such as IoT, big data analytics and smart city applications.
- The setting up of data centres, especially edge data centres, has also become vital as India stands at the cusp of deploying 5G networks. While the onset of 5G will further boost demand for data and storage capacity, the government’s norms for data localisation, seeking storage of sensitive data within the country, and digital initiatives will be another growth driver.
- All these factors have contributed to the rising investment and expansion activity being witnessed in the data centre space. As per industry estimates, the Indian data centre industry is expected to witness new capacity addition to the tune of around 1,015 MW till 2025.
- In this regard, the central government’s move of according infrastructure status to data centres in the Union Budget 2022-2023 is a welcome. It will enable players to get access to longer tenured debt at competitive rates and access to foreign funding through the external commercial borrowing route. This will pave way for investments from several large global investors and existing home-grown players looking to scale up their existing footprint.
- Several state governments too, have announced monetary and other incentives to attract investments in the data centre space. Further, the central government is also planning to offer incentives worth up to Rs 150 billion under a national policy framework for data centres. This includes an incentive of 4-6 per cent if the components (IT hardware and power) are procured from Indian manufacturing units, and an incentive of up to 3 per cent for use of renewable energy.
- While the anticipated growth in capacities fares well for the industry, it also puts immense pressure on power requirements as industrial data centres are amongst the biggest consumers of power in the country. As a result, the concept of green data centres is gaining traction and several sustainability focused innovations are being explored by players. Sustainability practices have also become central to construction techniques, design and use of building materials in data centre infrastructure, making the infrastructure more resilient and easy to scale up.
- The mission of this conference is to examine the evolving data centre landscape in India, analyse key trends, discuss emerging business models and challenges, and assess new and upcoming opportunities. The conference will also provide a platform for key industry stakeholders to share experiences, exchange ideas, and showcase the latest innovations and technologies.
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The conference is targeted at top and middle-level managers from:
- Data centre operators
- Broadband service providers
- Data centre equipment manufacturers
- Energy management consultants
- Technology and solution providers for IT infrastructure, data security, 5G, etc.
- EPC contractors (cloud)
- Global investors
- Telecom operators
- Enterprises from different verticals (utilities, retail, BFSI, telecom tower companies, manufacturing, etc.)
- OFC companies
- Policymakers and regulators
- DCIM and edge solution providers
- Industry analysts
- Power solution providers
- Financial institutions
- Renewable energy companies
- Legal consultants