Industry 4.0 is here and it’s happening fast
The world wants, needs and expects instant access to apps, data and technology. From any device in any location and with baked-in security. Data centres, over to you.
…you know it’s not that easy.
Today’s tech-fuelled transformation era is putting traditional data centres under unprecedented pressure. This pressure is coming from businesses, users and consumers – from every physical, virtual and cloud-centric angle.
The answer is next-generation infrastructure supporting a digital ecosystem. However, the question is how to make it happen.
(that’s where Digital Centre comes in)
Established in 2015, formerly as DigitalCentre2020, we’re supported by 10 of the world’s leading data centre, interconnection and infrastructure providers.
We exist to support you and your data centres on a journey towards a digital future. Helping you get ready to succeed with Industry 4.0, with all the knowledge, insight and best practices you’ll ever need. For example, sharing ways you can interconnect with partners, bypass the public internet for extra security, and plan infrastructure for the variety, velocity and volume of data being generated in this Zettabyte age.
Geographically we serve an Asia Pacific audience (while also serving a world of IoT, machine learning, big data, robotics, artificial intelligence).
The content is always strategic, covering everything from realising ROI from legacy IT and hybrid cloud migrations, to identifying trends around existing and forthcoming transformative technologies. This way we can build an online community that’s as connected as the digital ecosystem which the world needs to progress.
Meet the Digital Centre Steering Committee
The world’s largest and most experienced data centre company, Digital Realty believes that your data centre strategy should be a source of your strategic advantage. Digital Realty puts their expertise to work for your business, partnering with you every step of the way to achieve the business outcomes you need.
Digital Realty is a group of the world’s leading data centre experts, bound together by a belief that the data centre is a source of strategic advantage for clients. Digital Realty puts their expertise to work for their clients, from Fortune 500 global enterprises to small- and medium-sized businesses, partnering with them every step of the way to achieve their goals.
Macellan is a Technology Solution Agency based in Istanbul, Turkey. Established in 2014, Macellan has been operating in Turkey, Canada and USA.
Macellan provides AI based Digital Archive, Biometric Signature, Fleet Management and Driver Safety Solutions to help corporates on their digital transformation journey.
ASIA CLOUD COMPUTING ASSOCIATION
The global market for cloud computing started growing in early 2010 – and hasn’t looked back since. Spending on cloud services continues to grow at compounded annual rates, and the industry has generated millions of new jobs worldwide. New innovation is being created every day with the potential and power that the cloud gives to everyone – enterprises, small businesses, and the individual. Cloud computing, once considered as a possible fad, has proven itself clearly to be a new and major trend in computing. Going forward, it is also very likely to prove itself a major game-changer for businesses.
While several global industry consortia, including the Asia Cloud Computing Association (ACCA), are actively involved in making cloud computing a reality by addressing the needs for common platforms, the ACCA is the only one doing so with a focus on the opportunities and issues in Asia Pacific (APAC).
AMSTERDAM INTERNET EXCHANGE
The Internet and all its applications have almost become part of our senses these days. Many of us feel the need to be online 24 hours a day, to be interconnected with friends, family, colleagues and customers, or with the world at large. This interconnectivity of people is fed by the interconnectivity of the networks they are using, which is the main purpose of Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX).
Established in the early 1990s as a not-for-profit organisation, AMS-IX is a neutral and independent internet exchange based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Now interconnecting hundreds of networks by offering professional IP exchange services, also called peering services. Peering enables these connected networks to offer stable, fast and cost-effective internet services to their end-users and business customers. Peering is what makes the internet robust and resilient – a network of networks all linked together.
LONDON INTERNET EXCHANGE
The London Internet Exchange (LINX) is a global leader of Internet Exchange Points (IXP). Its company ethos and aspirations result in constant growth and improvement in services. As a result, members have access to the most attractive peers at the lowest cost. With over 630 members connecting from over 65 different countries worldwide, LINX enables access to direct routes from a large number of diverse international peering partners. Using LINX allows a reliable exchange of traffic with increased routing control and improved performance.
A not-for-profit organisation, LINX focuses on investing service and membership fees into strengthening LINX network services. This ensures infrastructure is as up-to-date as possible and that LINX remains at the forefront of the IXP industry. By doing so, this provides members with improved network performance, low latency and more control.
Epsilon provides connectivity and infrastructure outsourcing solutions to Communications, Applications, Content and Cloud service providers.
Our underlying network infrastructure, intelligent application layers and industry expertise enables our customers to seamlessly deliver mission critical, high performance applications and communications services globally.
Our networking solutions leverage our 500+ carrier relationships with coverage in 170 countries.
RackBank DataCenters Ltd.
We are a premium carbon-neutral Data Center – Central India’s first data center mainly providing data center services including but not limited to dedicated servers, managed servers, colocation services. Founded in 2013 by Narendra Sen, we are a fast-growing startup with a clear cut vision of making India self-sufficient in data storage and hosting. Headquartered in Indore, our datacenter spreads out in a vast expanse of 35000 sq. ft. with a capacity of 800 racks and still growing. We believe in creative data storage by offering bankable data hosting solutions through enterprise-class technologies in a carrier-neutral environment. We have an IT infrastructure expertise that can be customized for big enterprises as efficiently as for startups.
Megaport is a global leading provider of Elastic Interconnection services. Using Software Defined Networking (SDN), the Company’s global platform enables customers to rapidly connect their network to other services across the Megaport Network. Services can be directly controlled by customers via mobile devices, their computer, or the open API. The Company’s extensive footprint in Australia, Asia Pacific, North America, and Europe, provides a neutral platform that spans many data centre providers across various markets.
CBCcom, your gateway to China, is a leading providers of carrier grade network services from China. CBCcom provides reliable network services, that includes low latency connectivity for Financial Instiution, cloud and hybrid cloud connectivity, premium internet access, SD-WAN and managed services.
Established in 2008, CBCcom is a founding member of the China Cross-border Data Telecommunication Industry Alliance and in compliance with Chinese regulations.
XTREME-D was established in February 2015, with headquarters in Shinagawa-City, Tokyo, Japan, and an office in Palo Alto, California. It offers a cloud-based, virtual, supercomputing-on-demand service which delivers an easy-to-use customer experience through a robust UI/UX and cloud management features. Our services XTREME-DNA and XTREME-Stargate are launched to cut costs and make it easy to build HPC clusters in just 10 minutes. Cost savings extend beyond equipment, as engineers with the specialized skills required to construct complex clusters are no longer needed.