AWS CEO Andy Jassy says only 4% of IT spend is on cloud computing Latest offerings include analytics, machine learning, IOT, edge computing Amazon Web Service's (AWS) annual re:Invent conference in Dec 2020 was in reality less about the huge technological strides it has made in the complicated year, and more about how its current incorporation of Industry 4.0 innovations is a reaffirmation of its current growth.
Higher demand driven by upgrades to infrastructure by telco companies Also seeing more edge computing, and more digitisation of companies
Akamai sees internet traffic up 30% since Covid-19 lockdowns 120 TB per second at peak, 50 million deliveries per second, trillions per day
Combination of 5G & edge computing in 2020 will supercharge influx of IoT devices Relocated APAC shared services unit to Malaysia with 230 people in Shared Services
75% of enterprise-generated data will be created & processed at the edge by 2025 In Malaysia only 9.1% of companies surveyed have a future interest in edge projects
2019 will be a year where businesses won’t doubt the need of analytics in the decision-making process.
We must stop looking at humans and machines as opposing forces and start imagining the new IT roles that will emerge because of automation and AI.
In Asia Pacific, it is expected that 8.6 billion connected devices will be found in this region by 2020.
Believes it can drive the future of IoT with its new business unit.
For digitally ambitious enterprises, the true value of IoT lies in enhanced business efficiency, higher profitability, and purposeful innovation.