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Data centres have long played a crucial role in our society and the digital economy, by physically centralizing, storing, processing and disseminating vast amounts of data generated by individuals, as well as private and public entities.

As such data grows in volume, variety and velocity – driven by the expansion of the internet and emergence of innovative technologies - the design and functions of data centres have also evolved to keep pace with the times.

At this webinar, we are delighted to have invited Mr. Charles Lee, Founder and CEO of Newtech Group & OneAsia Network, to share his views on the origins and development of data centres as well as their significance to the digital economy.

Ir. Peter Yeung and Ms. Crystal Leung respectively Head of Electronics & ICT Clusters and Senior Manager, ICT Cluster (Data and Digital Technology) at Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP), will also be on hand to introduce the features and blueprint for developing HKSTP's Data Technology Hub (DT Hub), which was unveiled in early November.

The DT Hub, situated in Tseung Kwan O Industrial Estate, forms part of HKSTP's innovation and technology (I&T) ecosystem, and aims to leverage the unique strengths of ICT companies in Hong Kong to drive digital transformation across the city's industries.

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Mr. Charles Lee Founder and CEO Newtech Group & OneAsia Network Limited

Mr. Charles Lee has over 30 years of experience in the development and provision of infrastructure solutions for a critical environment. His world-class clientele ranges from international banks and financial institutions, system automation companies to telecommunications giants. Charles is the Founder & Managing Director of Newtech Technology Company Limited founded in 1992. He has since been at the helm of the group, providing turnkey solutions and facility management services to multi-national corporations to meet the most stringent Data Center requirements. Charles is also the Founder and CEO of OneAsia Network Limited founded in 2010. OneAsia provides all-rounded data center services, connectivity, and advanced IT solutions including end-to-end cloud computing, IT outsource, big data & IoT solutions to business of all sizes. The Company has more than 500 employees across Asia Pacific with headquarter in Hong Kong as well as offices in mainland China, Macau, Japan, Singapore, Vietnam, and Thailand.

Ir. Peter Yeung Head of Electronics & ICT Clusters Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation

Ir Yeung is responsible for the overall cluster development and market strategy of electronics, information and communications industry, and the development of the Smart City platform. He works closely with technology companies and startups to accelerate their innovation journey to commercial success. Peter has been an active participant of the Hong Kong community. He is a member of the Advisory Committee for Department of Computing of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, a member of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Programme Board of The Vocational Training Council, and a Fellow of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers. Peter also served as the Chairman of the Electronics Division (2009-2010 Session) and Committee Member of the Information Technology Division of HKIE, and a Council Member of the Hong Kong Computer Society. With over 30 years of experience in systems engineering, business management and technology development, Peter has been a mentor and a collaborator with many startups and tech companies.

Ms. Crystal Leung Senior Manager, ICT Cluster (Data and Digital Technology) Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation

Crystal is the Senior Manager of ICT Cluster (Data and Digital Technology) at HKSTP. She is currently responsible for developing and managing the ecosystem for Data Technology Hub, the latest development of HKSTP. Crystal is experienced in the ICT industry for many years. Prior to joining HKSTP, Crystal was the Client Business Unit Director at Orange Business Services and has worked at multinational ICT companies such as BT Group and Microsoft. Crystal received her EMBA from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and MSc of Electronic & Information Engineering in City University of Hong Kong.

Language Cantonese
Date and Time 2020/11/23 15:30 to 16:30
Venue Online via Zoom
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Enquiries Stephanie Kwan
Tel: 28231246
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