DCD will hold an exclusive conference focusing on the evolving hyperscale infrastructure landscape in Beijing this December. Industry experts from Uptime Institute, China Academy of Telecommunication Research, Tencent, JD and China Telecom will gather in Beijing to share the latest technologies and their experiences to data center buyers, operators and service providers.

The ninth edition of DCD>Hyperscale will be held in Beijing on December 6th at the unique Hyatt Regency Beijing Wangjing Hotel, designed by renowned architect Kengo Kuma. A rich choice of conference sessions, panels and networking opportunities will round out a successful year for data center professionals in China.


Keeping up with the times

“As of now, the industry is driving towards the centralization of cloud services as well as the transition of small and mid-sized enterprises to the Cloud but I believe we will see a change in this trend over the next couple of years,” says Yuval Bachar, global infrastructure architect at LinkedIn. ”It is very clear that all the mega data center operators will continue to scale-out their data centers rapidly however that will just be a scale out effort not a technology change.”

So what will be next for the hyperscale digital infrastructure ecosystem, as the pace of change becomes more difficult to predict? In the past few years, the data center industry has developed a vast number of technologies, including AI (artificial intelligence), machine learning, edge computing, cloud computing, smart city and supercomputing. Behind those technologies, a huge amount of data is generated and must be handled by digital infrastructure.

DCD>Hyperscale is a full-throttle, full-stack infrastructure ecosystem strategy and operations (StratOps) conference from “Mud to Cloud”. Hyperscalers set the tone for the physical and logical data center. This conference is designed for senior executives and technical teams responsible for the design, build, management and operation of high-velocity business demands in the zettabyte era. With 40+ hours of thought-leading presentations, panel discussions, keynote speaking, lightning rounds, solution stage speaking, hosted roundtables and private customized sessions, DCD>Hyperscale Beijing packs a punch.

Thought leaders at DCD>Hyperscale l Beijing include Lee Kirby and Philip Hu, the president and managing director of the Uptime Institute; Baohong He, deputy director of the China Academy of Telecommunication Research; Larry Zhang, director of the IDC service department of JD; Hua Zhu, director of the technology development center of Tencent’s IDC platform department; Jenifer Feng, CTO of Dalian Wanda Group; Haifeng Qu, member of the China Data Center Committee and more.