Ed Ansett at DCD Zettastructure

Ed Ansett of i3 Solutions floats the feasibility of a data centre that operates at 35 deg C, is cooled by LNG waste, runs on solid oxide fuel and does not need any generator on standby.

Halvar Flake at BlackHat Asia 2017

Cyber insurance has the potential to upend an enterprise buyer-IT vendor relationship which is currently heavily weighted in favour of the latter, says Google’s Halvar Flake.

Peter Ho of NSCC

The National Supercomputing Centre is expected to train its compute power on growth areas such as big data, artificial intelligence and deep learning.

Mark Bidinger of Schneider Electric

Decentralised hybrid computing ecosystems are back in vogue as performance and regulatory considerations bring data centre action to the edge.

Alex Ling

The ability to encode information and compute at atomic or sub-atomic levels is presenting new challenges, and potentially new solutions, in the area of encryption.

Vinton Cerf

Internet pioneer Dr Vincent Cerf lays bare some of the challenges involved in “Preparing for the Internet of Things”.

Building community and capability

A strong Community of Practice will help lay the groundwork for a sustainable source of cybersecurity expertise and solutions for Singapore, says Teo Chin Hock of CSA.

Chan Chee Chong and Chan Chee Kong of GlobalTix

E-ticketing platform provider GlobalTix sets out to demonstrate how the travel industry can make use of insights from data to deliver customised experiences at optimised prices.

Li-Fi

Why stop at Internet-enabled lights, when the future could be about light-enabled Internet. Singapore’s IMDA is pushing for technical trials of Light Fidelity technology or Li-Fi which uses visible light for data transmission.

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