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November 2021

India's data centre boom: Powering sustainable growth

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1400hrs - 1800hrs (SGT)

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India is one of APAC’s fast developing data centre markets. The country has the second highest number of internet users, after China, with more than half the population — close to 700 million people — with access to the internet. 

Covid-19 has also driven internet consumption with increasing demand from businesses who have migrated their data to third party data centres to maintain continuity of operations during lockdowns to contain the virus. The slated deployment of 5G networks is also likely to boost the digital economy and drive demand.

As data centres require colossal amount of energy, how can India reduce the carbon footprint of its data centre boom?  What benefits can India offer to APAC’s hyperscaler and colocation business?

Come 18 November, Eco-Business in partnership with data centre company,CtrlS, will host a high-level conversation around the findings of a research paper into the major drivers behind India’s data centre growth.

The research, which draws on industry expertise, examines theunique challenges and opportunities facingIndia’s data centres and highlights the enablers for reducing the industry's mammoth energy and cooling needs. 

The in-person event in Singapore is by-invitation. Register to attend the virtual live-streamed session here.

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Speakers

Sridhar Pinnapureddy

Founder and Chairman, CtrlS Datacentres

Myriam Akhoun

Director, Sustainability Solutions Asia Pacific, Engie Impact

Jessica Cheam

Founder and Managing Director, Eco-Business

Hosts and moderators

Anna Moore

Consulting and Partnerships Manager, Eco-Business

Agenda

4:00 pm

Registration & coffee for in-person guests

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4:30 pm

Welcome address

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Jessica Cheam

Founder and Managing Director, Eco-Business

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4:40 pm

Keynote address

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Sridhar Pinnapureddy

Founder and Chairman, CtrlS Datacentres

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4:50 pm

Panel Discussion: What is India’s place in Asia Pacific’s data center boom?

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Sridhar Pinnapureddy

Founder and Chairman, CtrlS Datacentres

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Jessica Cheam

Founder and Managing Director, Eco-Business

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Myriam Akhoun

Director, Sustainability Solutions Asia Pacific, Engie Impact

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Gillian Parker

Assistant Editor, Eco-Business

5:20 pm

Dinner & wine tasting session (for in-person participants)

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5:50 pm

Deep-dive Track 4: Business opportunities and challenges for APAC of tapping India-based data centres

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6:00 pm

Closing plenary

Sharing of findings from the whitepaper and CtrlS’s Sustainability Report by Patrick Cu

Interactive question and answer session with delegates

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Gillian Parker

Assistant Editor, Eco-Business

6:30 pm

End of programme

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