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News Article | December 9, 2016

Featuring the brand new annual Datacloud Asia Awards* ceremony and dinner. Having established Datacloud as Europe's foremost networking and deal-making forum for data center and cloud players, the widely acclaimed event is now scheduled to take place in the growth markets of Asia on February 23, 2017. BroadGroup, the consulting, publishing and professional events firm has announced the early programme for Datacloud Asia 2017, which includes experts from Asia, the US and Europe. Set to be the first deal-making forum in the region, the event offers a valuable return on investment for attendees, uniquely bringing together data center operators with IT infrastructure leaders looking to deploy assets across the Asian region; colocation, hosting, cloud services, data center and vendor solution sales are all transacted at the event. Datacloud provides powerful content with an impressive line-up of guest speakers - and is the only event in Asia that attracts top leadership from operating companies. The forum concludes with a celebration of the nominees for Asia's inaugural Data Center & Cloud Awards. Seeking genuine innovation as well as on-going evolution and transformation already underway in Asia, the Datacloud Asia 2017 Awards* will be presented in a refreshing format with all-new award categories at a combined reception hosted by Digital Realty and awards dinner at the prestigious Capella Hotel & Conference Center on Sentosa Island, minutes from Singapore's business district. "Datacloud is unique," commented Philip Low, chairman of BroadGroup. "You will not find a trade show, but you will find a highly structured networking forum for senior executives complemented by a far reaching programme covering hot topics such as China, blockchain, enterprise cloud strategies, agile infrastructure, finance and investment, location for data centers and more. With the addition of the Awards it makes for an exceptional event." "Asia hubs will be a central theme of this new event with a strong focus on investors, enterprises and doing deals. It also aims to offer inspiring insights for companies seeking a better way of hosting and colocating in the new reality of a data-driven and cloud-connected world," says Low. "The forum promises to highlight the value of outsourcing data centre, cloud and IT infrastructure across the fast growing Asia region, and is designed to appeal to both users and outsourcers." Sponsors for the event include Schneider Electric, Digital Realty, Telin Singapore, Kingsland Data Center, Datwyler, Lamda Hellix Data Centers, and has a range of industry and media partners including Globeron, Asia Cloud Computing Association, iMiller Public Relations, techUK, European Data Centre Association (EUDCA), BICSI and WiredRE. Lead Media Partner is Data Economy ( and Intelligence Partner is Colocation Markets Quarterly (CMQ). *Nominations thru 10 January 2017. Early discounted tickets are available until 31 December 2016. Please visit and follow us on Twitter @DatacloudAsia. About Datacloud Over the past 13 years Data centre & cloud Europe has evolved as a recognized beacon of high quality content offering thought leadership across Energy Cloud Markets and Technologies, and has performed a critical role as an international networking and deal making opportunity for old and new contacts alike. Based on requests to replicate the Monaco events in Asia, BroadGroup is planning to launch Datacloud in Singapore in Feb 2017. Datacloud Asia 2017 convenes on Sentosa, and will include the first Datacloud Asia Awards. The heritage of the awards is widely regarded, and in Europe they have been successfully in operation for 10 years. With a panel of expert Judges from across Asia and the US, the independence and integrity of the awards process underpins the objective of recognizing excellence in data center and cloud services and operations. For more information, visit Datacloud Europe at, Datacloud Nordic at and the Datacloud Awards at, and Datacloud Asia at About BroadGroup Established in 2002, BroadGroup is an Information Media Technology and Professional Services company providing a value chain of consulting and research, publications, and innovative conference brands focused on data center, cloud and IT infrastructure and investment. The company is headquartered in London and incorporated as a limited company in the United Kingdom. For more information, visit or email us at . Source: BroadGroup Topic: Trade Show or Conference Sectors: Telecoms, Trade Shows, Media, Retail/eCommerce, Daily Finance, Enterprise IT, Security/Biometrics, Travel & Tourism, Broadcast, Venture Capital, Digital From the Asia Corporate News Network

Datacloud Asia Awards Shortlist Announced, Showcasing Expansion of Data Center and Cloud across Region Excitement builds for pan-Asian Awards Ceremony to be held in Singapore on February 23 In what promises to be a stimulating year for data center and cloud invention, the shortlist for the Datacloud Asia Awards* has been announced. The Datacloud Asia Awards will be presented at a gala ceremony and dinner in Singapore on the 23rd of February 2017. As a genuine leader in the industry, the Datacloud Awards are globally relevant, and seeks to recognize the continuing digital transformation and evolution of the sector. Following the success of the annual Datacloud Europe Awards, this innovative format, with an expert panel of Judges has returned with an exciting shortlist of leading Data Center and Cloud trend-setters: - Excellence in Data Center Service Digital Realty PCCW Solutions Ltd eASPNet Taiwan Inc ANZ China - Excellence in Cloud Service Asia One Asia Network Ltd Telstra Global Cloud Xchange - Cloud Technical Breakthrough Basis Bay Acronis Red Hat - Data Center Technical Breakthrough Telin Singapore Lintasarta Digital Realty Kingsland Data Center - Excellence in Connectivity for Data Centers NEXTDC Telstra Epsilon Telecommunications Global Cloud Xchange A number of additional cloud Awards will also be announced at the ceremony together with three special categories: - Data Center Asia Leadership Award - Cloud Leadership Award - Data Center Industry Achievement Award Acknowledging game changing technologies is a first at the 2017 Datacloud Asia Awards and technical breakthrough recognition will be made in both industry categories. "The nominations received reflects the growth and expansion of data center and cloud in Asia," commented Philip Low, chairman of BroadGroup. "The shortlist and the full list of winners is a who's who of the sector which uniquely reflects the importance of the shift to embrace new technologies and bring excellence in service and customer experience." Companies can benefit by attending the Awards dinner and ceremony and also sponsoring one of the Awards and start making contact with a global network of potential customers and partners to jump start the success of their innovations. Hosted by an internationally renowned broadcast journalist, this year's Awards ceremony - and dinner - will be the most exciting night of the year celebrating the best in the multi-billion global industry that data center and cloud have now become. Access to the dinner and ceremony is open to Gold ticket holders attending Datacloud Asia 2017. For more information on Datacloud Asia 2017 please see and follow us on Twitter at @DatacloudAsia. *For more information on the 2017 Datacloud Asia Awards, please see About BroadGroup Established in 2002, BroadGroup is an Information Media Technology and Professional Services company providing a value chain of consulting and research, publications, and innovative conference brands focused on data center, cloud and IT infrastructure and investment. The company is headquartered in London and incorporated as a limited company in the United Kingdom. Press contact:

Frias-Velazquez A.,Telin | Ortiz C.,DICIS U. de Guanajuato | Pizurica A.,Telin | Philips W.,Telin | Cerda G.,DICIS U. de Guanajuato
Proceedings - International Conference on Image Processing, ICIP | Year: 2012

In this paper we present an efficient way to both compute and extract salient information from trace transform signatures to perform object identification tasks. We also present a feature selection analysis of the classical trace-transform functionals, which reveals that most of them retrieve redundant information causing misleading similarity measurements. In order to overcome this problem, we propose a set of functionals based on Laguerre polynomials that return orthonormal signatures between these functionals. In this way, each signature provides salient and non-correlated information that contributes to the description of an image object. The proposed functionals were tested considering a vehicle identification problem, outperforming the classical trace transform functionals in terms of computational complexity and identification rate. © 2012 IEEE.

Luong H.Q.,Telin | Goossens B.,Telin | Pizurica A.,Telin | Philips W.,Telin
Pattern Recognition Letters | Year: 2011

This paper presents a novel robust image alignment technique that performs joint geometric and photometric registration in the total least square (TLS) sense. Therefore, we employ the total least square metric instead of the ordinary least square (OLS) metric, which is commonly used in the literature. While the OLS model is sufficient to tackle geometric registration problems, it gives no mutually consistent estimates when dealing with photometric deformations. By introducing a new TLS model, we obtain mutually consistent parameters. Experimental results show that our method is indeed more consistent and accurate in presence of noise compared to existing joint registration algorithms. © 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

Bai F.,Telin | Pizurica A.,Telin | Franchois A.,Ghent University | Philips W.,Telin
2013 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing, ICIP 2013 - Proceedings | Year: 2013

In this paper we give new insights into quantitative microwave tomography with robust Huber regularizer and Gauss-Newton optimization. Firstly, we validate this approach for the first time on real electromagnetic measurements. Secondly, we extend the framework with a modified Huber function, which behaves like TV regularization. This is interesting for reconstructing piece-wise constant permittivities that appear in non-destructive testing of installations and other man-made objects. © 2013 IEEE.

PubMed | Beijing Institute of Technology, Ghent University and Telin
Type: | Journal: Frontiers in computational neuroscience | Year: 2016

Focal cortical dysplasia (FCD) is the main cause of epilepsy and can be automatically detected via magnetic resonance (MR) images. However, visual detection of lesions is time consuming and highly dependent on the doctors personal knowledge and experience. In this paper, we propose a new framework for positive unanimous voting (PUV) to detect FCD lesions. Maps of gray matter thickness, gradient, relative intensity, and gray/white matter width are computed in the proposed framework to enhance the differences between lesional and non-lesional regions. Feature maps are further compared with the feature distributions of healthy controls to obtain feature difference maps. PUV driven by feature and feature difference maps is then applied to classify image voxels into lesion and non-lesion. The connected region analysis then refines the classification results by removing the tiny fragment regions consisting of falsely classified positive voxels. The proposed method correctly identified 8/10 patients with FCD lesions and 30/31 healthy people. Experimental results on the small FCD samples demonstrated that the proposed method can effectively reduce the number of false positives and guarantee correct detection of lesion regions compared with four single classifiers and two recent methods.

PubMed | Ghent University, Arak University and Telin
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Microscopy and microanalysis : the official journal of Microscopy Society of America, Microbeam Analysis Society, Microscopical Society of Canada | Year: 2016

In this paper, the change detection of a fast turning specimen is studied at micro-level, whereas the images are acquired without stopping the rotation. In the beginning of the experiment, the imaging system is focused on the surface of the specimen. By starting the rotation of the specimen, the diameter of the specimen changes due to wear, which results in de-focusing of the imaging system. So the amount of blur in the images can be used as evidence of the wear phenomenon. Due to the properties of the microscope, the corners of the frames were dark and had to be cropped. So, each micrograph reflects only a small area of the surface. Nevertheless, techniques like stitching of multiple images can provide a significant surface area for micro-level investigation which increases the effectiveness of analyzing the material modification. Based on the results computer vision could detect a change of about 1.2 m in the diameter of the specimen. More important is that we could follow the same locations of the surface in the microscopic images despite blurring, uneven illumination, change on the surface, and relatively a high-speed rotation.

Telekomunikasi Indonesia International Pte Ltd (Telin Singapore), a wholly-owned subsidiary of PT Telkom Group, today announced that it has won the Data Center Technical Breakthrough award at the inaugural Datacloud Asia Awards 2017.

News Article | November 23, 2016

Branded as Telin-3 underscores Telin Singapore's commitment to support digital business ecosystem Multi-tier, five-storey, 20,000-sqm purpose-built facility is Singapore's first Tier-IV design certified data centre

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