Chayora, a Hong Kong-based data centre infrastructure company, announces today that its Chief Executive Officer, Oliver Jones, will speak at Data Centre World, taking place in Hong Kong.

On Wednesday, 16 May 2018, Mr. Jones will deliver a presentation titled, “The Hyperscale DC Challenge in China,” which will explore how the demands of international and domestic cloud providers in China are setting new challenges for data centre and infrastructure providers.  Mr. Jones will also participate in a panel discussion on Thursday, 17 May, titled, “Protect Your Castle 2.0.”   Panelists will discuss how to adapt data centres to maximise energy efficiency and reduce operating costs as business needs change and capacity requirements increase.


Presentation: “The Hyperscale DC Challenge in China” Panel Discussion: “Protect Your Castle 2.0


  • Data Centre World
  • Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
  • Data Centres of the Future Theatre
  • Hkcec, Hong Kong


Presentation: “The Hyperscale DC Challenge in China” Wednesday, 16 May at 10:35 a.m.

Panel Discussion: “Protect Your Castle 2.0” Thursday, 17 May at 11:35 a.m.


Presentation: Oliver Jones, Chief Executive Officer, Chayora

“Protect Your Castle 2.0” Panel Members Include:

  • Oliver Jones, Chief Executive Officer
  • Chayora Lewis Chan
  • Head of Technology
  • SUNeVision Holdings Ltd
  •  Nicholas Lesek, Director
  • Global ICT Facilities SME and APAC CRES Region Head
  • Swiss Re Alex Perkins
  • Regional Data Centre Lead (PDS & IFM)
  • JLL Moderator: Aaron Tan Dani,
  • Founder & Chairman, IASA (APAC)
  • Global Professional Body of IT Architects

About Chayora

Chayora Limited, headquartered in Hong Kong, is wholly-owned by Chayora Holdings Limited, a Cayman Island-based company.  Chayora develops large-scale, world-class designed and operated, long-term scalable data centres and data centre campuses in China.  Chayora serves global Fortune 500 companies and premium Chinese data centre users offering cloud services, ICT services, financial services or other services offerings relying on intensive, high quality data centre infrastructure in China.