Tradepass successfully conducts DCCI 2021 India Summit


Tradepass had been attributed recently for hosting up the nation’s mega two-day event Datacentre and Cloud Infrastructure Summit (DCCI) 2021 from 23rd-24th November. This event was conducted at a time when India is at the brink of garnering huge data volumes with its 600 million-plus active internet users.

The conference hosted a mammoth 700+ datacentre and cloud professionals within a solitary virtual podium that comprised of C-suite executives from the leading organizations across India and the top officials from the Government of Telangana, Ministry of External Affairs, National Payments Corporation of India, Ministry of Electronics, and Information Technology, Bombay Stock Exchange, NITI Aayog and many others.

The event also witnessed CISCO taking the centre stage offering an insightful talk on the ‘multi-cloud landscape, whereas Panduit had its own exclusive virtual exhibition booth to showcase its datacentre & cloud-oriented solutions.

Statement from Shri Jayesh Ranjan (Principal Secretary, The Industries & Commerce (I&C) & Information Technology (IT) Departments, Government of Telangana) 

While sharing pivotal aspects on the future of Indian datacentres, he expressed stating: “Amazon Web Services (AWS), they have created 3 mega datacentres in Telangana which are in their standards the largest ever. They are investing close to 2.7 billion dollars. In fact, this is the biggest FDI Telangana state has received after its formation.”

Statement from Uma Chauhan (Senior Director & Scientist G, MeitY, Government of India) 

Offering certain noteworthy points on the power capacity of Indian datacentres she stated: “As you are all aware, the way data is growing in India, we need more and more datacentres. The present capacity of the datacentres is not sufficient enough for the next five years. So, as per the reports, the data which is available with us, the total present capacity for the datacentres right now is 447 megawatts and it is assumed that the datacentre capacity is going to grow 3 times by the year 2025.”

Statement from Neeraj Sinha (Senior Advisor, Niti Aayog)

As per the Tradepass sources, Neeraj was vocal in expressing his standpoint on the contribution of datacentres & cloud, in powering India’s digital economy boom, mentioning: “In November 2020, the government of India’s Ministry of Electronics & IT had released a draft policy which will give the datacentre sector, infrastructure status. Now, some firms in the sector expect that the status won’t be awarded in the next 5 years.”

Statement from Organizer and CEO of Tradepass, Sudhir Jena

Regarding the inquiry about the execution of the entire event, he stated: “Datacentre and Cloud Infrastructure Summit (DCCI) 2021: India gave a future road map concerning the nation’s datacentre & cloud industry. It also facilitated networking between the public & private sector, including the key stakeholders from the industry and that was the most pressing need of the hour, to say the least.”

As per Tradepass’s concluding part regarding the event, the conference was instrumental for showcasing the latest developments in the Indian datacentre & cloud industry and stated the recent stance of the government in the development of the sector. By and large, DCCI 2021: India was filled with insightful presentations, knowledge-packed fireside chats, and panel discussions, that witnessed the participation of some leading thought leaders and the best-in-class experts from the industry.

Tradepass also further added that: Few of the most pressing topics from the conference included ‘Data sovereignty in the age of cloud computing’, ‘Datacentre in a 5G enabled world’, ‘Cloud Security’, ‘Datacentres & Cloud powering India’s digital economy boom’ and many others.

Press Release received on mail from Tradepass


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