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Shortlisted vendors announced for 2018 Datacloud Asia Awards

14 Mar 2018

The 2018 Datacloud Asia Awards are just around the corner.

To highlight this, BroadGroup has just announced the shortlist of vendors to be competing for the 15 awards on offer that recognise innovation and excellence in the flourishing Asian digital IT infrastructure market.

The Awards ceremony, which includes a gala dinner, is held on the evening of 22nd March at the Capella Hotel in Singapore after the Datacloud Asia congress.

BroadGroup chairman Philip Low says the judging panel has been inundated with the sheer number of quality nominations that have been forward, but have worked tirelessly to reach this final shortlist.

“The Asia data economy is thriving with many, from all across the region, demonstrating the ability to grow, innovate, deliver and disrupt,” says Low.

“It’s an extremely vibrant and attractive environment for innovators, financiers, technology vendors and enterprises and the 22nd March Awards will be a keenly contested affair, celebrating both the rising stars and publicly listed success stories.”

The shortlist nominations put forward by the judging panel are:

Excellence in Data Centre Service Award: Asia 

Equinix ST Telemedia Global Data Centres PCCW Solutions Limited Digital Realty Global Switch Hong Kong Ltd

Excellence in Data Centre Service Award: South East Asia

SK broadband Telin-3 Data Centre SUPERNAP Thailand Lintasarta iTech Towers

Excellence in Data Centre Service Award: India

Global Cloud Xchange Pi DATACENTERS GPX India Pvt Ltd RackBank Datacenters Pvt Ltd

Best Data Centre Energy Solution Award

Munters SK broadband AirTrunk

Data Centre Location Award 

Iskandar Development Region, Malaysia proposed by Iskandar Regional Development Authority Chonburi Province, Thailand proposed by SUPERNAP Thailand Indore, India proposed by RackBank Datcenters Pvt Ltd Greater Bay Area, China proposed by OneAsia Network Limited

Excellence in Cloud Service Award Asia

Equinix Global Cloud Xchange Pi DATACENTERS CITIC Telecom CPC

Excellence in Cloud Service Award South East Asia

Global Cloud Xchange CITIC Telecom CPC Lintasarta

Marketer of the Year Award

Omer Wilson – Digital Realty Lorain Wong - Global Cloud Xchange Caren Kang - SingTel

Individual Industry Contribution - Ambassador Award

Robin Khuda - AirTrunk Bill Barney - Global Cloud Xchange Krupal Raval – Digital Realty

The Datacenter & Cloud Leadership Awards will also be presented on the night along with the BroadGroup Awards for Excellence in Data Centre Architecture and Design Award and the Best Programme for Data Centre training and professional development.

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