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  • 20 per cent “Early Bird” discount ends on February 24,2023
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  • Registration will be confirmed on receipt of the payment.

For sponsorship opportunities, contact:
Evita Dsouza
Email: evita.dsouza@indiainfrastructure.com
Tel: +91-9167434939


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 the Indian 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. The 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.

3M, Birla Cables, Anvil Cables, Adani Enterprises, Anarock, Adani ConneX, Aerial Telecom Solutions, Amara Raja Batteries, Ascend Telecom, ATC Telecom Infrastructure, Alphagary, Bry-Air (Asia), Birla Cables, BSNL, C-DOT, C-DAC, CapitaLand Datacenters India, CLSA, CrtlS, Colt, Cenmax, Central Electricity Authority, Customized Energy Solutions, DIPA, Danfoss, DE-CIx, Delta Electronics, Diode Ventures, Duraline India, Digital Infrastructure Providers Association, Department of IT & Electronics, Dbyte Facility Network, ESDS Software Solution,Emerson, Everstone Capital, Ernst and Young, Excel Telesonic India, Fluor Daniels, Finolex, Google Cloud, Government of Andhra Pradesh, GR Infraprojects, Gurugram Smart City, Gulf Business Horizon, GMR Technologies, HBL Power Systems, HDFC Bank, Hero Future Energies, India Energy Storage Alliance, ICICI Bank, JLL, Jindal Stainless, Kedia Infotech, L&T, Morrison Hershfield, MENNEKES Electric India, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Mukund Systems, MistLayer, Inc., Nomura, National Informatics Centre, NTT Global Data Centers & Cloud Infrastructure, Phoenix Contact, Profile Solutions, Progression Infonet, Powergrid, Pune Smart City, Rolls Royce, RailTel Corporation of India, Riddhim Siddhim Group, ST Telemedia GDC, Siemens Limited, Sify,Sunsource, Signify, Smartmile, Tower Vision, Technica Fiber Tech, Techno Electric & Engineering, Thales, TMT Law Practice, Tirumala Seven Hills, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, Viavi, Vindhya Telelinks, Virgo Consultants, Webwerks, Yotta Infrastruture Solutions, etc.

  • Deepak Mohan Anand, CEO, Public Services,ESDS Software Solution
  • Kunal Bajaj, CEO & Co-Founder,CloudExtel
  • Bianca Barletta, Design Engineer, Advanced Technologies & Life Sciences,Fluor Corporation
  • Vivek Dahiya, Managing Director, Head-Data Centre Advisory Team, Asia Pacific,Cushman & Wakefield
  • Shrey Dixit, End User Marketeer,Signify
  • Suresh Kumar, Executive Director, Project, Operation & Maintenance,RailTel
  • Sudhir Kunder, Country Head,DE-CIX India
  • Ashwani Khillan, COO & CTO APAC,American Tower Corporation
  • Zainab Lakdawalla, Senior Director India Head – Colocation Leasing Data Centre Advisory,JLL India
  • Kapil Malhotra, Head of Customer Engineering,Google Cloud
  • Sajiv Nair, Assistant CTO – Delivery & Resource Management,ESDS Software Solution
  • Durgesh Pandey, Chief Financial Officer,Web Werks Data Centres
  • Jatinder Singh Pabla, Senior Vice-President,STTelemedia Global Data Centres India
  • Bagmisikha Puhan, Associate Partner,TMT Law Practice
  • Duke Pramanick, Associate Director Strategic Alliance and Business Development,CapitaLand Data Centre Group India
  • Devi Shankar, President, Industrial and Logistics, Data Centres,ANAROCK Capital
  • Rohan Sheth, Head of Colocation and Data Centre Services,Yotta Infrastructure Solutions
  • Ashish Sharma, India Lead -Products and Pre-sales,CapitaLand Data Centre Group India
  • Akshay Tripathi, IAS, Special Secretary (IT and Electronics) and Managing Director, Uttar Pradesh Electronics Corporation Limited,Government of Uttar Pradesh

For sponsorship opportunities and delegate registrations, contact:
Evita Dsouza
Email: evita.dsouza@indiainfrastructure.com
Tel: +91-9167434939

ITC Maratha, Mumbai,

  • India’s data centre ecosystem is witnessing robust and sustained growth, propelled by Covid-19 tailwinds. The increasing adoption of cutting-edge technologies such as IoT, AI and big data analytics across industries, coupled with a massive distributed remote workforce and rising cloud migration, are fuelling the growth of the industry.
  • The onset of 5G services is also contributing to this growth. 5G technology makes it vital for setting up edge data centres to process data closer to the source. The industry is also witnessing a shift from on-premise to hyperscale data centres that meet the requirements of the dynamic business world.
  • Further, the government’s norms on data localisation, seeking storage of sensitive data within the country,isemerging as a key growth driver. In particular, the recently released DigitalPersonal Data Protection Bill, 2022isexpected to enhancedata centre growth.
  • As per industry estimates, the total operational data centre capacity inIndia stood at 637 MW as of June 2022, comparedto just 350 MW in 2020. The capacityhas doubled in the past 30 months and isforecast to double again in the next 30months, that is, by 2025.
  • In terms of regions, Mumbai and Chennai, together, will account for 82 per cent of the new capacity additions.Currently, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) has more than 30 data centres and five landingstations with 314 MW of inventory. A total of264 MW of data centre inventory with acumulative area of 3 million sq. ft. isunder construction. Withthis, Mumbai is projected to account forover 57 per cent of the industry’s incremental data centre capacity build in thecoming three years.
  • 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 industry players.
  • The mission of this conference is to analyse key trends in the evolving data centre market in India, 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.


  • What is the current status of the data centre market in India? What are the emerging trends and growth drivers?
  • How will the onset of 5G impact the demand for data centres?
  • What are the key challenges and future outlook?


  • What are the key demand drivers for cloud-based data storage?
  • What are the cloud-based models being adopted by enterprises?
  • What is your outlook for the segment?


  • How will edge data centres enable multiple use cases in the 5G era?
  • What is the current deployment scenario of these data centres in India?
  • What is the economic case for co-locating data centres at tower sites?


  • What is the current footprint of hyperscale data centres in India?
  • What are the key factors driving their adoption?
  • What are the key challenges and opportunities in this space?


  • What have been your current focus areas in the data centre space?
  • What are the challenges in implementing and operatingmodern/next-generation data centres?
  • What are your future expansion plans?


  • What role can towercos, optical fibre cable (OFC) providers and digital infrastructure providers play in the data centre space?
  • What are the benefits and emerging opportunities especially after the roll-out of 5G?
  • What are the key challenges?


  • What are the key state-wide data centre projects being rolled out?
  • What are the various incentives being offered to attract private sector investment?
  • What are the future plans for expansion and investments?


  • What role do data centres play in smart cities?
  • What are the various applications and usecases that require data centres?
  • What are the key challenges and future outlook?


  • What are the key trends in power consumption and management in data centres?
  • What steps are being taken to reduce the carbon footprint of data centres?What are the key solutions that can help in energy optimisation?
  • What have been the adoption trends for green energy/renewable energy?


  • What are the trends in data centre investments?
  • What are the current policy/regulatory challenges that hamper fund raising for data centres?What other measures can be undertaken to increase investments in this space?
  • What will be the future trends in fundraising, M&A activity and investments in the data centre space?


  • What are the key challenges data centre operators face with regard to ensuring data privacy and security?
  • How can these be addressed?
  • What are the key measures that the government needs to take in this regard?


  • What are the latest technology initiatives in the data centre space?
  • What are the new product offerings?
  • What are the benefits of these technologies?

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

By :

  • ITC Maratha
  • Mumbai

Event Schedule Details

  • March 15, 2023 (Wednesday) - March 16, 2023 (Thursday)
    10:00 AM - 05:50 PM
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