Artificial Intelligence, AR/VR & the Hyperscale Cloud - A Data Centre fit for the 4th Industrial Revolution?
09 Oct 2019
Data Centre World Keynote Theatre
Genetics, nanotechnology and robotics are the cornerstones of the next technology revolution. Moore’s Law is being revisited and the potentials are limitless. Underpinning all of this will be Data Centres – the infrastructure layer where all new technologies, apps and business will emerge, grow and flourish. What does the future hold for this network of critical infrastructure which now underpins how each of us lives, works and plays? What does it mean for Singapore, South East Asia and all of APAC ? How will Data Centre construction & location choices be impacted by the rapid global growth of the HyperScale Cloud ?
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