Digital transformation is accelerating through the zettabyte era towards a connected economy, society, everything .... The mission-critical data center, telecom, colocation and cloud infrastructure necessary to underpin this rapid change is explored in depth at this conference.
From smart energy "in", to the software-defined network edge "out", the purpose-built, smart, efficient, connected, resilient and secure data center is ground-zero for digital transformation. This conference is designed to help those planning and designing the digital future of their enterprise to tackle both the strategic and operational challenges posed by the relentless barrage of new, disruptive drivers already impacting the smart, digital business of the future.
This event welcomes senior-level business executives along with the technology and engineering professionals who together are the decision-makers accountable for designing, building, managing and operating the full infrastructure ecosystem that makes business transformation possible. This year, DCD>Australia will explore:
- the optimisation and resourcing of mixed on-prem, colo/outsourced and (multi-) cloud IT delivery strategies,
- preparation for digital transformation as a major source of demand for processing, network and storage resources, and analysis of the technologies and processes which will manage that demand,
- the modernisation of existing in-house infrastructure and increasing its ROI,
- we will also pause to take a view of the world that all of this, in large part, is bringing about.
With more than 20 hours of thought-leading presentations, panels, keynotes, hosted roundtables, solutions briefings, interactive panel + workshops, the Expo Hall and its Innovation Stage, DCD>Australia 2019 is the annual industry gathering tailored for Australia and not to be missed!
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11:35 – HALL 1
James Young, Director, Enterprise Data Centers Division, CommScope
GETTING READY FOR HIGHER CAPACITY DATA CENTRE NETWORKS!
|Data centre network speeds and topologies are changing rapidly. Keeping pace means anticipating the change in application driven cloud networks. We will discuss the progression of server connections and server-row networks enabled by new octal 50G modules. An agile structured cabling system will position you to catch and ride wave of 25G, 50G and 100G server connectivity well into the future.|