Cloud Service Providers
Clement Goh of Equinix peeks into his crystal ball and share his predictions for the data centre industry in 2016.
Acronis has announced the availability of Acronis Backup as a Service version 3, which it said delivers data protection capabilities that create new revenue streams for partners without a large upfront investment.
Globally, the cloud services market grew to US$62 billion in 2013, and is forecast to expand at a 26% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) to hit US$125 billion by 2016, according to a panel discussion at the Parallels Summit; Gabey Goh reports from New Orleans.
Parallels has announced support for the Microsoft Windows Azure Pack through the APS (Application Packaging Standard) for Parallels Automation.
Ask Parallels’ vice president of Asia Pacific David Dzienciol about what the company’s game plan is for the region in the next 12 months, and he points to the partner ecosystem as part of the answer.
The Asean cloud computing market is full of opportunities for both local and regional telcos. With increasing market awareness and mature solutions coming into the picture, the market is expected to accelerate and gain critical mass, write Mayank Kapoor & Ganesan Periakarruppan of Frost & Sullivan.
In order to help businesses meet the demand for speed and extend its leadership position in the market, NetApp has beefed up its enterprise-class flash storage portfolio.
Web hosting and cloud service providers serving the small- and medium-sized business (SMB) sectors are well primed to take advantage of the diversity created by the cloud computing era, according to cloud services enablement player Parallels.