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Ken Chew of Ericsson on why small and medium-sized enterprises should not fear embracing the mobile cloud.

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Andrew Bond-Webster of Infinera talks about the key areas that service providers should look at when managing end user traffic.

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Dr Pantelis Alexopoulos, Executive Director, Data Storage Institute, A*STAR, shares his views on how new memory chip technology can help improve power efficiency in data centres.

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Lau Shih Hor of Elixir Technology talks about connecting the dots to achieve a real breakthrough in extracting the value of data.

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Serguei Beloussov, CEO of Acronis, on the benefits of cloud storage and backup solutions.

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Brocade’s Director for Data Center Fabric and Virtualisation, Asia-Pacific, talks about how network functions virtualisation can help telcos and cloud service providers reduce time to revenue.

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Keith Murray, Vice President of Schneider Electric's IT Business in Singapore & Brunei, shares tips on coping with rapid data growth.

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Greg Hauw, founder and CEO of Ohanae, on why you should trust no one and encrypt everything when it comes to cloud security.

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Stephanie Boo of FireEye Singapore talks about the three areas that companies should look out for when outsourcing.

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Pavel Ershov, Vice President of Asia Pacific at Parallels Software, comments on cloud computing trends among SMBs in Asia.

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CONVERGENCEASIA PIONEERS SERIES 

Prof Gordon Bell on "exascale nirvana" and other supercomputing trends

Gordon Bell of supercomputing's Gordon Bell Prize talks to ConvergenceAsia about the "scaling up" and "scaling out" of HPC and its new applications in analytics and data science. Bell was in Singapore recently for Supercomputing Frontiers 2017, where he delivered a keynote on "Three Decades: Motivating and Measuring HPC Progress". 

  • Video by Chan Wai Peng 

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