Data Center Infrastructure Consultancy (DCiCON) with other partners will organize Data Center Technologies Summit 2018 (DCtSUMMIT) on November 15-16 at the KIB Complex, Khamarbari, Farmgate.
For the third time in Bangladesh, the summit will provide the definitive platform for key industry players to meet, learn and do business with the most innovative and skilled data center solution providers in the world.
Masud Parvaj, who is the CEO, Lead Consultant and Auditor for DCiCON, and the President of Data Center Professionals Network is optimistic about raising the standards of this year’s summit even higher.He intends to narrow the focus on B2B for DCtSUMMIT 2018 and give it top priority. To this end Parvaj hopes to work closely with building and power authorities on Bangladesh.
This summit is the largest and still by far the fastest-growing data center event in Bangladesh where exhibitors and sponsors can see for themselves the value that the event delivers. This year’s summit will see senior IT professionals gathering together along with the biggest names in the data center marketplace in the country.
With over 200 leading industry players, the summit seeks to bring buyers in close contact with an assortment of companies who can provide them with the solutions they need.
The Gold Sponsors of this year’s event will be Raritan and Delta. StarLine and Siemon will be the Silver Sponsors. Ortea, Netrack, Piller, Nexans, R&M, Lid Power, Stilcklers, STI Fire Stop, Sunbird, IDTECK, MyTech, MaxPower and Rittalare the Bronze Sponsors for DCtSUMMIT 2018.
SOPHOS is designated to be the Cyber Security Partner of the summit while VMware will be the SDDC Partner. Genesis Technologies is the Safety and Security Partner with Uptime Institute as the Certification Partner.Dhaka Colo is the Internet Partner.
FINTECH Magazine and The Asian Age are the Media Partners of the DCtSUMMIT 2018. PEOPLES Radio 91.6 FM is the Radio Partner.
A number of panel discussions will be held throughout the two-day-long summit, with industry experts discussing the pertaining issues relating to data centre and Bangladesh’s potential in becoming a data centre hub.