Capacity Conferences

Asia 2015


1 & 2 December 2015, Bangkok

Thank you to everyone who attended Capacity Asia 2014. This year we welcomed over 450 attendees representing 172 companies from 54 countries, cementing the event as the C-level networking event for the Asia-Pacific and international communities.

Full details of Capacity Asia 2015 will be available soon but to see who attended in 2014, click here.

Get involved in Capacity Asia 2015:

For sponsorship, exhibition, meeting room and meeting table enquiries:

Alex Grose, Director of Event Sales
Tel: +44 (0)20 7779 7230

For speaking opportunities:

Camela Cuison, Senior Conference Producer 
Tel: + 44 (0) 207 779 7274

For marketing opportunities:

Simon Murray, Senior Marketing Executive
Tel: + 44 (0) 207 779 7235

2014 agenda highlights:

Forecasting Future Trends
Anders Sorman-Nilsson Founder of THINQUE opening the conference with a presentation on decoding trends, answering disruptive questions and strategising for foreseeable and unpredictable futures.

Data Data Data! Dissecting How The Industry Is Capitalising on Cloud Based Services
Leading executives from MEGAPORT, EXPEREO, EPSILON, DEUTSCHE TELEKOM ICSS and EQUINIX discussed the role of data centres in connecting regional players to the cloud and the development of carrier based cloud services.

Quick Fire Industry Presentations Exploring The Pressing Wholesale and Connectivity Issues Impacting Wholesalers Across The Region
VERIZON CDN, TELECOM GLOBAL and UN-ESCAP as they provided an insight into the status of IP Peering policies, future of wholesale business models and international submarine cables and terrestrial fibre optic backbones.

The Indochina Closing Panel Discussion: Where Will The Next Boom Be? Identifying The Key Business Opportunities In The Indochina Peninsula
Industry leaders from KDDI, YTP, TRUE CORPORATION and HGC took to the stage to discuss the key challenges that are impacting development of infrastructure in emerging markets and predicting the growth in content, LTE and cloud software over the next 12 months.

  • NFV: Virtually ready?

    With NFV now moving out of its early experimental phase, what has the industry learned so far? Capacity asks what conclusions can be drawn from early NFV proofs of concepts.

  • ANALYSIS: The billion dollar telco club

    In April 2015, Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman reinstated his ambitions for the telecoms industry when he announced plans to invest in telecoms and technology companies across the US and Europe with his private equity fund LetterOne Technology (L1Technology).

  • Alcatel-Lucent launches SDN network services platform

    Alcatel-Lucent has launched an SDN-based Network Services Platform (NSP) designed to unify service automation and real-time network control.

  • Huawei launches SDN-based IoT solution

    Chinese vendor Huawei has today revealed the launch of what it claims is the world’s first SDN-based internet of things (IoT) solution.

  • China to invest $182 billion to boost internet access

    China will spend $182 billion (1.13 trillion yuan) by the end of 2017 to improve internet access as the country seeks to boost growth.

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