Why serious TMT leaders are attending ConnecTechAsia
The Infocomm, Media and Technology ecosystem is on the brink of a new hyper-age – one that will fundamentally transform the way enterprises work, value is created, content is experienced, and how citizens and governments interact in the smart cities of the present. Underpinning this phenomenon is the convergence of multiple technologies: superfast connectivity, 5G, AI, IoT, big data, cloud & edge solutions, and new breakthroughs in cybersecurity.
However, to make sense of what’s next, professionals need to collaborate, discuss, and compare notes and the upcoming ConnecTechAsia2019 event in Singapore provides the perfect platform for not only in TMT, but all leaders in APAC and across the globe.
ConnecTechAsia, in its new, refocused formula, and in partnership with key leading business intelligence and research affiliates such as Accenture, Deloitte, KPMG, Light Reading, McKinsey, Ovum and Tractica, plays a critical role in enabling this knowledge transfer.
An interesting mélange of the 40- year flagship event CommunicAsia, BroadcastAsia and the new-gen NXTAsia, ConnecTechAsia brings together nearly 40,000 delegates and 1,800 exhibitors from over 100 countries and regions. Considered a serious forum among TMT professionals, 25 percent of the attendees represent C-suite and senior management executives. To reserve your place among them, click here to check out the event overview and register for the event now.
ConnecTechAsia also attracts more than 200 thought-leaders from the industry, who engage in meaningful conversations with delegates and share wisdom, ideas, and insights to help drive the industry forward and shape its collective future.
Connect the dots at ConnecTechAsia
The three-day event is power-packed with interesting keynotes and panel discussions and includes more than 200 sessions organized in 20+ activity and workshop centers.
At the main summit hall, you’ll find yourself in the company of business leaders such as Harriet Green (CEO & Chairman, IBM Asia Pacific), Seizo Onoe (President of DOCOMO Technology and Chief Technology Architect, NTT DOCOMO), and Dr. Keeratpal Singh (Chief Data Scientist, Axiata),exploring how different kinds of emerging technologies will impact the industry, its employees, and its clients over the coming years.
Some of the interesting conversations at this year’s event include a CXO round-table discussing the future of 5G, a panel discussion between vendors and business users of AI about how it can be scaled up to support society as a whole, and a conversation between a lawyer, an IT CEO, and an enterprise-grade vendor about creating meaningful industrial applications on the blockchain.
The opening keynote by IBM Asia Pacific’s CEO, Harriet Green, will focus on the way businesses are exploiting data’s potential in an age of 5G, AI and IoT. That kicks off a fascinating program of events, speeches and discussions – view the full summit program here.
You can join the biggest event, as attended by leading TMT companies and stakeholders, in Singapore from 18 to 20 June 2019: click here now.
Rub shoulders with ICT professionals at CommunicAsia
Last year, a lot was achieved at CommunicAsia.
Having established itself as one of the largest and most important information and communication technology (ICT) events in the region, it drew close to 17,000 participants from 93 countries and regions. In fact, the event hosted over 100 sessions of activities on the show floor, captivating delegates from all parts of the value chain.
At this year’s event, this segment of the event will be focused on 5G, broadband, photonics, satcomm, FTTx, and telecom solutions among other things all key technologies for ICT professionals.
While the leadership of some US and EU-based companies does fly down for the event, 55.5 percent of delegates last year came from Southeast Asia and 31.7 percent from the Rest of Asia. Similar proportions are expected this year.
In attendance last year were companies such as Asia Telecom Holdings, Bharti Airtel, and China Telecom, among others. Some of the biggest brands such as Vodafone, Celcom Axiata, and Maxis were present too.