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Datacloud Asia 2018 wraps up with award winners announced

27 Mar 18

The event deemed the ‘premier congress’ for investing, powering, connecting, building and deploying data centre, cloud and edge technologies wrapped up last week.

Now in its second year, Datacloud Asia is already recognised as an event offering high quality content with thought leadership across the critical IT infrastructure markets, performing a critical role in providing international networking and deal making opportunities for old and new contacts alike.

The awards were presented on the closing day of the event that was set against the backdrop of Capella Hotel in Singapore and hosted by BBC anchor Rico Hizon.

Dancers entertain guests at Datacloud Asia 2018

BroadGroup chairman Phillip Low says the Datacloud Asia awards are one of the most revered accolades in the tech sector and celebrate exemplary individuals and businesses currently shaping the data centre industry in Asia.

“Datacloud Asia goes from strength to strength and the award winners mirror the optimism, dynamism and entrepreneurism that is permeating throughout the region. The Asia data economy is thriving and, in many ways, leading the world in its ability to innovate and disrupt,” says Low.

“All of this year’s recipients have achieved something truly special and should be proud of the transformative impact that they have made on people, business and society across this diverse and dynamic part of the world. We congratulate all the winners on their incredible achievements.”

Below is the full list of winners from the Datacloud Asia 2018 awards:

  • Excellence in Cloud Service Award - Equinix
  • Excellence in Cloud Service Award South East Asia - Global Cloud Xchange
  • Excellence in Data Centre Service Award: India - GPX India Pvt ltd
  • Best Data Centre Energy Solution - Munters
  • Marketer of the Year - Omer Wilson – Digital Realty
  • Excellence in Data Centre Service Award: South East Asia - SUPERNAP Thailand
  • Excellence in Data Centre Service Award - Equinix
  • Data Centre Location Award - Chonburi Province, Thailand
  • Individual Industry Contribution - Ambassador Award - Krupal Raval - Digital Realty
  • Data Centre Leader of the Year - Digital Realty
  • Cloud Leader of the Year - Equnix
  • Best programme for Data Centre training and professional development - Cnet Training
  • The Excellence in Data Centre IT Architecture and Design - NEXTDC
  • Data Center Thought Leadership Award  - Bill Barney - Global Cloud Xchange
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