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Cloud Expo Asia and Data Centre World, Hong Kong announce 2019 exhibitor lineup

Written by Tue 19 Mar 2019

North Asia’s leading technology business event stack, Cloud Expo Asia, Cloud & Cyber Security Expo, Big Data World, Smart IoT Hong Kong and Data Centre World, is returning for its fourth edition on 22 – 23 May 2019 at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

The annual free-to-attend event expects to receive over 12,000 international industry professionals who will source from over 280 tier 1 solution leaders. 128 hours of conference content is planned across 12 theatres on the most pertinent technological issues and strategies in the tech industry.

Exhibitors announced include Alibaba Cloud, HUAWEI CLOUD, Google Cloud, Vertiv, CLP, SAP, Schneider Electric, Sophos and Blackberry.

Alibaba Cloud, the Cloud Computing arm of Alibaba Group and China’s largest cloud provider will showcase its latest cloud products and services at the event. “Cloud Expo Asia is one of the most representative B2B tradeshows, and we’re delighted to be exhibiting at this event once again,” Leo Liu, General Manager of Alibaba Cloud Hong Kong, Macau and Korea said. “Through this event, we hope to share the successful adoption of cloud, artificial intelligence and many cutting-edge technologies by our enterprise customers in the region and share the insights of digital transformation in the region.”

HUAWEI CLOUD, the cloud service brand of the HUAWEI marquee will showcase its cloud services products and solutions at the expo, and share insights into cloud and AI development trends. “We’re excited to share how cloud and intelligence services help organizations of all sizes lead the digital transformation with ease and flexibility.” Li Qing, Vice President of HUAWEI CLOUD Hong Kong said, “Cloud Expo Asia is the perfect platform to demonstrate why the world’s leading companies choose our secure, stable and scalable cloud solutions to future-proof their digital infrastructure.”

To better involve the larger tech community in its endeavours, Cloud Expo Asia has also worked closely and established strong relationships with industry associations and media partners. Justin Huang, General Manager of leading technology news provider IDC Quan, said, “As a close partner of Cloud Expo Asia for the past couple of years, we really find the event to be an excellent gateway to China and Asia in the Cloud Computing world and appreciate its commitment to the community.”

Simultaneously, the tech event stack also operates as a platform for connecting stakeholders within the industry.

“Data Centre World, Hong Kong, continues to be a critical platform for reaching and influencing the data centres sector in Asia,” said Ali Moinuddin, Managing Director of Uptime Institute. “It allows us to share best practice in design, build and operations of data centres with a wide cross-section of the community including enterprise owned and operated data centres, colocation and service providers as well as equipment manufacturers.”

Mr. Hugh Chow, CEO of Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute (ASTRI) said, “ASTRI is delighted to be a partner of Cloud Asia Expo. Our experience in cloud spans across IoT, Blockchain, telecommunications, cybersecurity and many other domains. We look forward to effective engagements and exchanges with regulators, industry players as well as technology developers throughout the Expo.”

Amidst the industry buzz, Candice Wong, Event Director of CloserStill Media Hong Kong, enthused, “As the event expands, we’re really excited to bring to our audience new and exciting features and content, such as the Unified Communications Experience Zone, DevOps Live workshops, a bigger and better Live Data Centre installation demo and so much more. With global vendors such as Alibaba Cloud, HUAWEI CLOUD, Google Cloud and SAP joining us this year, it is a testament that our events deliver, and we can’t wait to welcome everyone to join us for two content-packed days of sourcing, learning and networking this May!”

Written by Tue 19 Mar 2019

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