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YOU’RE INVITED: Data Centre World 2016 - an award-winning event

15 Sep 2016

Data Centre World is Asia’s largest gathering of data centre knowledge experts and professionals from around the world. The fourth edition of Data Centre World delivers world-class industry knowledge, innovation and thought-leadership to advise and collaborate with you and your entire team.

This year’s event will attract 13,000 senior IT professionals, deliver a blockbuster line-up of 300 world-class exhibitors including Dell, Huawei, Keppel Data Centres, Digital Realty, CenturyLink and Intel DCM, thousands of hours of free content from 300 international practitioners and peerless networking opportunities.

The new and revolutionary 2016 show features includes Asia’s first ever live and fully functioning Green Data Centre. This live interactive green data centre of over 210 square metres will showcase the practical implementation of products from flooring to UPS, energy monitoring to servers, racks to perimeter fencing. Over the 2 days you will have the unique opportunity to walk through and see the make up of a successful data centre and learn about the puzzle of products which complete the data centre jigsaw.

You will also stand a chance to win an Ultimate Drive Experience of the official Formula 1 circuit in a supercar - all you need to do is register for your ticket today, visit the Live Green Data Centre and complete a lucky draw form!

Whether you are responsible for a server room, a tier 4 data centre or anything in between, regardless of where you are on the data centre spectrum, you and your whole team will find answers to your questions at Data Centre World, Singapore 2016.

The event will allow you access to over 300 world-class industry speakers in a multi-stream conference, including:

In addition, there will be over 350 leading service providers and suppliers, including:

The award-winning event is taking place between 12-13 October, 2016 at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre in Singapore and is co-located with Cloud Expo Asia and the all new launch event, the Cloud Security Expo. The best part? Register once for your FREE ticket and you will have FREE access to all three co-located events, answering the data centre, cloud technology and cloud security needs of all senior IT professionals in one location.

To find out more and to register your interest, click here.

Don't forget to bring your team or recommend a colleague to the events in just a few weeks time - and be entered into a prize draw to win up to $5,000 SGD.

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