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What the Future of Cloud Computing Will Bring

What the Future of Cloud Computing Will Bring | L'Univers du Cloud Computing dans le Monde et Ailleurs | Scoop.it
Cloud computing has evolved at a staggering rate. The ability for businesses and individual users to,Cloud Computing

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, September 9, 10:47 AM

These products integrate the best features of cloud-based data, infrastructure, software, and platforms to provide what some refer to as XaaS (Anything as a Service).

 

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China Telecom begins construction on massive cloud datacentre

China Telecom begins construction on massive cloud datacentre | L'Univers du Cloud Computing dans le Monde et Ailleurs | Scoop.it
Fixed and mobile operator China Telecom broke ground today on its new cloud computing datacentre in China's Guizhou Province in the southwest; when completed, the new facility will be one of the largest in the world.

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, October 23, 2013 5:40 PM

China Telecom says the new cloud computing facility will serve enterprises through a mix of colocation and cloud-based services. The company claims it already has clients ready to move up to 120,000 servers to the new facility which, when completed, will house up to one million servers.

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The next big player in the cloud computing market: Telcos

The next big player in the cloud computing market: Telcos | L'Univers du Cloud Computing dans le Monde et Ailleurs | Scoop.it
Telcos are ready to make money from the cloud – and they don’t mean simply by providing copper or fibre links to other cloud providers.

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Peter Azzopardi's curator insight, June 2, 6:21 PM

“Infrastructure as a service is a big opportunity for telcos,” Caron continued.