business leaders are meeting at ConnecTechAsia, held in Singapore from 18 – 20 June 2019, to
showcase and discover the latest technologies that promise to ready businesses
for the future.
1,800 exhibitors and 200 thought leaders at the Summit, an estimated 40,000
attendees will be looking to truly
transformative technologies and solutions to get an edge up in automating
business processes and exploring fresh revenue streams in this digital era.
out the gate in 2019 as the region’s newly minted telecom, media and technology
(TMT) knowledge powerhouse, leveraging new partnerships with leading business
intelligence and research affiliates such as Accenture, Deloitte, KPMG, Light Reading, McKinsey, Ovum and Tractica, to provide expert insights to all event stakeholders, not just during three event days, but throughout the year.
IBM, iflix, Intel, Microsoft, Netflix, NHK,
NTT DoCoMo, RedHat, Singtel, Verizon and VMWare among many others will bring with them the latest innovations,
new business opportunities and networks,
and thought leadership to the show floor and Summit.
has always been the most powerful asset to have, and today’s enterprises need additional clarity to optimise business
decisions and harness opportunities. ConnecTechAsia will bring the combined
value of its new knowledge partnerships providing TMT intelligence to our
stakeholders throughout the year, culminating over three event days in June
when the industry comes together to share, make deals and network. This new iteration
of ConnecTechAsia is testament to our ever-growing commitment to support the TMT
industry and facilitate its path towards successful growth in the region,” says
Ivan Ferrari, Event Director for ConnecTechAsia.
Intelligence (AI), cybersecurity, multi and hybrid-clouds, Internet of Things (IoT),
smart cities and more, ConnecTechAsia, comprising
three pillars catering to each sector of the TMT space, will bring together the
diverse yet hyperconnected businesses that will form a big part of tomorrow’s
for the telecom and related industries. BroadcastAsia is where broadcasting media companies and equipment
makers showcase their latest products and services, and NXTAsia will feature emerging technologies and enterprise
solutions. There will also be power-packed activities, free workshops and
seminars, speciality zones, partner programmes and networking
receptions to keep attendees fully
immersed and engaged.
Apex Pavilion, housing leading telecom operators and vendors to present a
comprehensive showcase of enterprise solutions vital to the digital
transformation of businesses.
the ASEAN Smart City Network (SCN), in
cooperation with country partners such as China, South Korea, Japan and
Singapore, and the ASEAN Smart Cities Communities (SCC), 2019 will see a new Smart Cities Arena at ConnecTechAsia.
With connectivity and digital solutions for city planning, smart buildings and
smart homes, this will be where government delegations, investors, technology
suppliers, disruptors and infocomm
operators gather to do business to develop the cities of the future.
Experience – a dedicated platform with multiple live demo zones on how 5G will
translate to new opportunities and possibilities for enterprises, especially in
healthcare, energy, manufacturing and transportation. Attendees can learn how 5G-connected drones, for
example, will make a difference for businesses, how 5G improves mapping and transportation, as well as its impact on a
digital-ready manufacturing company.
Shaping Future Societies, will bring together thought leaders from infocomm, technology, media and enterprises to
discuss what is driving digital
transformation in the region and how
the latest tech trends and innovations are changing the landscapes of Cities,
Economies, Business and Media.
Green, CEO and Chairman of IBM Asia Pacific, will explore how the
shift from digital experimentation to scale adoption of new technologies will
fundamentally alter the value chains of entire industries and change the way we
work and live.
Sun, Chief Artificial Intelligence (AI) Scientist, Appier
Zilkhairilishamuddin, Assistant Vice President, OTT Principal Engineer, Astro
Keeratpal Singh, Chief Data Scientist, Axiata
Geok Chwee, CEO, Bridge Alliance
Goh, Group Vice President of Marketing, Grab
David Soldani, CTO, Huawei Australia
Little, Chief Information Officer – SEA, Manulife
Ian Yip, Chief Technology Officer, McAfee Asia
Gustavo Fuchs, General Manager – Cloud &
Solutions (Asia), Microsoft
Krishnan Rajagopalan, Director of Payments APAC, Netflix
Onoe, President of DOCOMO Technology and Chief Technology Architect, NTT DoCoMo
Andreas Spanner, Chief Architect (ANZ), Red Hat