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  • Sharing leads generated and participant list
  • Logo to be branded on the post-event recording of the virtual event
  • Sponsor session to be uploaded for one month for views

 

Nishpreet Bhasin
Email:   nishpreet.bhasin@indiainfrastructure.com
Tel: +91-9953452964

The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, the leading provider of information on the 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 Directory and Yearbook. 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.

 

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Email:   nishpreet.bhasin@indiainfrastructure.com
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  • India’s fledgling digital economy is driving the data centre growth in the country. From on-premise data centres to cloud deployments to hyperscale and edge computing, data centres are becoming more sophisticated to keep pace with the dynamic business world.
  • The Covid-19 pandemic has been a watershed event for the Indian data centre market. With a growing distributed and remote workforce, digitalisation and cloud migration became central to every organisation’s business continuity strategy. Further, data usage has grown exponentially owing to high e-commerce activity, and increased social media and OTT usage. All these factors 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 has become vital for big technology firms owing to the government’s data localisation norms, which call for critical citizen data to be stored within the country. Further, 5G services require a vast network of edge data centre deployments.
  • As a result, in the past one year, the Indian data centre market has witnessed significant investment and expansion activity. As per industry estimates, the Indian data centre market has attracted close to $977 million in private equity and strategic investments since 2008. This is expected to grow to $3.7 billion over the next three years.
  • Several global investors are making inroads into the Indian market, while homegrown players are scaling up their existing footprint. Several state governments have also come forward to announce monetary and other incentives to attract investments.
  • The release of the draft Data Centre Policy in November 2020, which aims to establish India as a global data centre hub, is being hailed by industry stakeholders. Amongst the various proposals floated under the draft policy, granting of infrastructure status to the industry is being seen as a game changer as it will ease the process of obtaining long-term credit, while also simplifying procedures to set up data centres in India. The government is also working on a scheme to incentivise the establishment of hyperscale data centres.
  • While the anticipated growth in capacities fares well for the industry, it also puts immense pressure on power requirements. As it is, the industrial data centres are amongst the biggest consumers of power in the country. Thus, it is imperative that the industry increases its focus on making the infrastructure energy efficient. The concept of green data centres is already 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 it more resilient and easy to scale up.
  • On the technology front, emerging technologies such as AI, IoT, cloud and edge computing are transforming the operational capacity of data centres and making them more agile, secure and efficient.
  • The mission of this virtual conference is to examine the key emerging trends and progress in the data centre market in India, discuss emerging business models, assess new and upcoming opportunities, highlight the experience of data centre players, and discuss key challenges. The conference will also provide a platform for key industry stakeholders to share experiences, exchange ideas, and showcase the latest innovations and technologies.

MARKET TRENDS AND OUTLOOK

  • What is the current status of the data centre market in India? What are the emerging trends and growth drivers?
  • How has Covid-19 impacted the demand?
  • What are the key challenges and future outlook?

KEYNOTE SESSION: GOVERNMENT’S PERSPECTIVE

  • What key measures are being undertaken by the government in the data centre space?
  • What is the progress on the draft data centre policy?
  • What are incentives/support that the industry players can look forward to in the near term?

STATE FOCUS

  • 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?

INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE

  • How has the Indian data centre market evolved in the past three years? What are the key opportunities and challenges?
  • What are your current focus areas and future plans?
  • What are your expectations on the policy/ regulatory front?

CLOUD DATA CENTRES

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

KEY CONSUMER SEGMENTS: DEMAND FROM ENTERPRISES, SMART CITIES AND e-GOVERNANCE APPLICATIONS

  • What are the key factors driving the demand from key consumer segments?
  • What are the key adoption trends? What are the various deployment models currently in use?
  • What are the key challenges and future outlook?

EMERGING FOCUS AREAS I: HYPERSCALE DATA CENTRES AND DATA CENTRE PARKS

  • 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?

DESIGN AND BUILD STRATEGIES

  • What are the emerging trends in the design and construction of data centres?
  • What are the key building materials being used?
  • What are the design, material and structure requirements for green data centres?

SUSTAINABLE DATA CENTRES – FOCUS ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND GOING GREEN

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

EMERGING FOCUS AREAS II: MICRO AND EDGE DATA CENTRES

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

SMART DATA CENTRES: ROLE OF IoT, AI & ML AND VIRTUALISATION

  • What are the emerging trends in data centremodernisation and infrastructure management?
  • How are technologies like AI, IoT, virtualisation, softwarisation and automation helping data centre operations?
  • What are the key challenges in deployment? What is the future outlook?

TELCO FOCUS AREAS AND PLANS

  • How are telecom operators leveraging the opportunities in the data centre space?
  • What are your focus areas in this regard? What are some of the recent initiatives?
  • What are the future plans in terms of expansion, investments and partnerships?

DATA PROTECTION AND SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS

  • What are the key cybersecurity-related issues faced by data centre players?
  • What are the emerging technologies/solutions being used to secure data centres?
  • What is the future outlook

IMPACT OF 5G

  • What are the key data centre requirements for 5G?
  • How will the onset of 5G impact the uptake of data centre services in India?
  • What will be the key challenges and opportunities?

FIBERISATION REQUIREMENTS

  • What is the role of optic fibre cabling in data centres?
  • What is the current level of data centrefiberisation in India?
  • How are the fiberisation requirements changing with the advent of next-generation technologies?

ROLE OF TOWERCOS

  • What role can towercos play in the data centre space?
  • What are the key opportunities and benefits?
  • What are the key challenges?

The conference is targeted at top and middle-level managers from:

  • Date centre operators
  • Date centre equipment manufacturers
  • Technology & solution providers – IT Infrastructure, Data Security,
  • Cloud, 5G, etc
  • Telecom operators
  • Telecom tower companies
  • OFC companies
  • DCIM & Edge solution providers
  • Power solution providers
  • Renewable energy companies
  • Broadband service providers
  • Energy management consultants
  • EPC contractors
  • Global investors
  • Enterprises from different verticals (utilities, retail, BFSI, manufacturing, etc)
  • Policymakers and regulators
  • Industry analysts
  • Financial institutions
  • Legal consultants

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  • November 17, 2021 (Wednesday) - November 18, 2021 (Thursday)
    10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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