NetEvents APAC summit in Singapore
Voice&Data is attending a two-day conference on 19 and 20 November in Singapore on advances in networking and telecoms being run by the UK NetEvents team.
NetEvents conferences offer plenty of stimulating debates with seven in total over the two days. The first day sees debate topics ranging from Datacentre Transformation and the Cloud, chaired by Camille Mendler, Vice President - Global Service Strategies, Yankee Group; What does Green IT really mean for the enterprise?, which is introduced and chaired by Ted Dean, President & Managing Director, BDA Research; Ethernet: The Challenges Moving Forward with the introductory presentation by Nan Chen, MEF President and Co-Founder & CEO CENX and chaired by Bob Mandeville, President and Founder, Iometrix. The fourth debate for the first day is Management & Security Issues for Cloud Computing, introduced and chaired by Vidya S Nath, Senior Industry Analyst - Digital Media and Team Leader, ICT, Frost & Sullivan.
To get the conference off to a stimulating start, the keynote presentation is by Ted Dean, President & Managing Director, BDA, and his topic is Finding opportunities in a crisis: case studies from China.
Dean has lived in China since 1997, nurturing BDA's own growth to become one of Asia’s leading advisors to foreign firms and investors on opportunities across China and India. He is a regular contributor for Business Week, the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal and other media. His outlook is global, but his in-depth understanding of the Asian perspective enables him to share exceptional insights into China’s many diverse and complex market opportunities.
A further paper will be delivered by Hon Kit Lam, Senior Director, IP Product Management and Development, Tata Communications - Welcome to the New World of Content Delivery Networks (CDN).
The debate topics and keynote addresses for the second day will be on this site tomorrow.
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