Latest Data Economy magazine hits the shelves with most in depth look at the APAC data centre and cloud market to date




LONDON and SINGAPORE, Mar. 22, 2018 – Data Economy, the leading data centre, cloud and edge computing publication, has released the fourth edition of its global acclaimed magazine at Datacloud Asia 2018, in Singapore.

The magazine, which will be distributed in more than 50 countries in all regions, includes 96 pages full of content, with more than 20 C-level interviews in the fields of data centre, cloud, data, finance and investment.

The issue dives into the APAC region’s continuously expanding data centre and cloud markets, as well as the need for more connectivity.

This edition features on the frontpage Global Cloud Xchange’s CEO Bill Barney who talks through the plans for one of the world’s most ambitious connectivity projects and how APAC, and especially India, is changing in the digital era.

Data Economy has also spoken with PCCW Global’s CEO, SAP’s APJ CIO, STT GDC’s CEO and Chayora’s CEO, to name but a few.

This stellar edition is also introducing for the first time a country focused section. For the first time, the Data Economy team looked into a specific country’s IT landscape and what is driving business demand for data centres and cloud operators. This novelty has been introduced by looking at China’s market.

The new magazine is also releasing the world’s first top of 50 individuals in APAC working in data centres and cloud, sponsored by CNet Training.

Data Economy’s newsroom has also continued to gather all the data on all the major mergers and acquisitions the industry has seen since 2012 worth $58bn and publishes an updated version of the data.

Additionally, the magazine also looks at how blockchain will transform the data centre and how AI will influence hosting facilities across the globe.

The magazine was directed and edited by Data Economy’s founding editor João Marques Lima.

“With another Data Economy magazine now available, we are rapidly asserting our market position as a key source of thought leadership for industry leaders,” said Lima. “This new edition and its focus on the APAC region, especially on India and China, is a clear demonstration of the globality of our brand.”

Philip Low, chairman of BroadGroup, publisher of Data Economy, said: “With each issue the Data Economy magazine grows in stature as the defining publication for those seeking to understand the direction of data center, cloud and edge.

“The special focus on those leading the sector in APAC as well as an in-depth look at China add to its clear value as a tool to anyone operating in the space.”

You can subscribe for a free printed copy of the magazine here and/or access the Data Economy print editions here.

About Data Economy

Data Economy launched on September 14, 2016, at an exclusive rooftop event overlooking London. The brand has since achieved new milestones including the acquisition of datacentres.com in November 2016 and the acceptance into Google News in January 2017.

Data Economy is part of publishing and events company Broadmedia Communications, recently acquired by Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a member of the FTSE 250 share index.

Data Economy’s is targeting a worldwide elite of C-level IT and operations professionals responsible for making critical infrastructure and business decisions that impact not only their businesses but the thousands of enterprises across the globe and the more than three billion internet users.

Visit the website at www.data-economy.com. You may also follow Data Economy on Twitter @dataeconomy, on Facebook @dataeconomytoday, LinkedIn, Instagram, Google+.

For any questions regarding the publication, get in touch at enquires@data-economy.com. For advertorial opportunities reach out to advertising@data-economy.com.

Public relations professionals and media personnel alike can reach João by email at joao.lima@data-economy.com. He is also on Twitter @joao_pmlima.