To power a tech-driven economy by 2030, the Malaysian Govt. has launched a 10-year digital economy blueprint called MyDIGITAL. The datacentre & cloud industry has emerged as the key enabler for realizing this vision.
With all the favourable conditions like cost-competitive power availability, easy access to skilled employees, abundant renewable energy along with a relatively cheaper access to land and construction costs in the ASEAN region, the Malaysian datacentre market size is set to witness $1.4 billion investment by 2026. The country’s public cloud market alone has reached $643.4 million, making it the second-biggest cloud market in Southeast Asia.
To accelerate Malaysia’s tech-driven transformation and support the govt. with its initiatives, Tradepass is hosting Datacentre & Cloud Infrastructure Summit (#DCCIMalaysia) on 23 – 24 August 2022 at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The summit will attract 500+ datacentre & cloud professionals from 200+ leading public and private enterprises across Malaysia.
Malaysia has surfaced as a mature location for renewable energy in ASEAN and the country’s connectivity to the rest of the region provides an additional edge.
Singapore has been the corporate and financial hub in Southeast Asia for the past 30 years but with factors like surging demand in network diversity, data recovery and cost-competitive labour sourcing and market, Malaysia has emerged as the ideal location to meet the growing Datacentre & Cloud requirements.
Investments in datacentre market by 2026
Malaysia’s public cloud market
Malaysia’s IoT industry by 2025
Malaysian population having access to the internet
Presenting the top inspiring names from the industry at the main stage to share crucial intelligence on the most pressing topics, which get further enriched by a Q&A session.
Enabling the organizations to showcase their best to the many pre-qualified delegates at the event in real time. The provision of using technology just adds on to the whole demonstration and helps in driving more leads from the top companies across the industry.
Indulge in detailed discussions with decision makers of your choice. A perfect opportunity to highlight your technologies and solutions for the organisations.
Most influential summit for the datacentre & cloud ecosystem. The series has hosted 3000+ industry experts over 3 editions across the globe.
Curating the best-in-class case studies and insightful topics to aid in defining the right set of protocols and the future road map for the organizations.
Future of Datacentres
Powering the Next-Gen Datacentres & Cloud using AI
Unlocking the Potential of New Age Cloud Security Tools
Mitigating Downtime & Loss for Business Enterprises
Unlocking Data Resilience
Driving IT Transformation with Flash Storage
Promoting Data Sovereignty in the age of Cloud Computin
Deputy Secretary General (Technology Development)
Ministry of Science, Technology And Innovation
CEOs/ CIOs/ CTOs/ CISOs/ CDOs 21%
VPs/ GMs & Heads of IT/ Infrastructure/ Datacenter/ Cloud/ Security 17%
Heads of Digital & Strategy/ Innovation & e-Transformation Planning Unit 16%
Heads of Information Technology Operations/ Data Management 14%
Datacenter Facilities Managers & Engineers/ System Security Managers 13%
IT & Infrastructure Managers/ Network Admin & Storage Planners 12%
Network, Cabling and Communication Engineers/ IT Systems & Networks 7%
Oil and Gas
Tradepass has successfully linked 500+ global technology companies with thousands of
pre-qualified in-market buyers across Asia, Middle East & Africa.
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