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Future Scenario for Hong Kong Data Centers and Impact of Cloud

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Data Center & Virtualization Summit 2011
2011.09.19
"Future Scenario for Hong Kong Data Centers and Impact of Cloud"

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  • 1. Future Scenario for Hong Kong Data Centers and Impact of Cloud
    Charles Mok
    Chair, Internet Society Hong Kong
    Director, Cloud Valley Networks (HK) Limited
    Data Center and Virtualization Summit 2011
    Sep 19, 2011
  • 2. First, a look back
    • 2006: data center companies complained of lack of space/land for new data center
    • 3. Rising demand, rising prices for customers
    • 4. Private land?
    • 5. Public land (industrial parks)?
    • 6. Move to Singapore?
  • The lobbying began...
    • Feb 2008: Organized meeting with Innovation and Technology Commission, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks (HKSTP), IDCs/ISPs, Hon CK Sin.
    • 7. ITC only said they will do a consultancy study
  • The lobbying continues
    • I contacted Nicholas Brooke, HKSTP Chair in early 2008
    • 8. Meeting with HKISPA, IDCs/ISPs, Hon CK Sin on June 16 2008
    • 9. Brooke: 'Green lightfrom CEDB and LandsD to allow IDCs to enter industrial parks.'
  • Since then...
    • Industry parks are 'opened up'
    • 10. TKO (Tseung Kwan O) has become the center of IDCs in Hong Kong
    • 11. NTT Com Asia (second in HK of >300 sq ft, after its first 212 sq ft facility in Tai Po)
    • 12. HK Colo (>300 sq ft facility opened in early 2011)
    • 13. HKEx
    • 14. HSBC
    • 15. ...
  • Government jumps on bandwagon
    • OGCIO
    • 16. thematic portal
    • 17. Data Center facilitation unit
    • 18. Is it enough?
  • New challenges we face
    • Lack improvement in private land supply
    • 19. TKO comes, Quarry Bay goes?
    • 20. The debate on indirect government subsidy
    • 21. Regional competition
    • 22. Beyond Singapore, what about China?
    • 23. China's 'Cloud Computing Special Zone' in Chongqing– 'Freedom' inside the Great Firewall?
    • 24. Cloud Computing and Virtualization
    • 25. The Great Contradiction? Fewer servers -> how much more space do we need?
  • Industry demands
    • Data center remains high on the industry players' wish list
    • 26. Who are building?
    • 27. Economic cycles impacting short term demands
    • 28. 'Fascination' with land supply
    • 29. Talk on Lok Ma Chau Loop – what will be the market and technology like in 15-20 years' times?
    • 30. An easy demand and misplaced projection under a perception of lack of Govt IT policy
  • Impact of Cloud
    Wintel architecture
    Fat edge, thin core
    New cloud infrastructure
    Thin edge, fat core
    9
  • 31. The consequence of Big Data
  • 32. Yet, a contrarian view...
  • 33. Avamar VM
    Avamar VM
    Avamar VM
    Avamar VM
    Avamar VM
    Avamar VM
    Avamar VM
    Avamar VM
    OS
    OS
    OS
    OS
    Avamar VM
    Avamar VM
    Avamar VM
    Avamar VM
    OS
    OS
    OS
    OS
    OS
    OS
    OS
    OS
    Cloud Computing Architecture
    Applications/services
    Virtualized resource pool
    Hardware resource pool
    12
  • 34. Toward distributed data centers?
  • 35. Data center in a container
    Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO, demonstrates container data centers on the campus of theUniversity ogf Washington.
    Cloud3 – China's first container data center technology
  • 36. 占地30英亩(相当于一个标准足球场)。附近有一个水坝,当地政府还提供为期15年的税收优惠及一条连接谷歌总部的光缆环线。水坝旁建设大型冷却塔,以解决数据中心的散热问题。
    该数据中心是全球威力最强大的数据中心之一,处理每天数十亿次搜寻和提供其他网络服务。
    Cooling as data center's core need
    15
  • 37. Rethinking our data center strategy
    • Our advantages
    • 38. Hong Kong's core advantages remain unchanged
    • 39. Our challenges
    • 40. Hong Kong's disadvantages remain unchanged
    • 41. Rethinking our land limitation
    • 42. Turning China's challenges into opportunities
    • 43. Where to go from here?
    • 44. Rethinking our role between China and the world
    • 45. More emphasis on technology and applications
  • 云系统集成-天云科技,助力中国企业进入云时代。
    革命化的数据引擎-云箱,中国首台模块化集装箱式数据中心。
    云计算解决方案服务商
    友友系统,拥有自主知识产权的云操作系统。
    T-Cloud,基于开源平台的系统软件,“2010年度中国云计算应用实践奖”得主。
    云计算基础软件
    中国首台云服务器-超云服务器,
    云存储领先者。
    云计算基础硬件
    网通宽带,中国视频云和基础云服务的领跑者。
    云计算时代的基础网络运营商-天维信通。
    托管型云呼叫中心-天润融通。
    一个崭新时代的产业集群模式-云基地。
    云计算应用及服务
    Cloud Valley
  • 46. Thank you!
    Charles Mok
    www.charlesmok.hk
    www.isoc.hk
    www.cloud-valley.com
    charlespmok@gmail.com