Software-Defined Data Center Market Will Reach to $120.3 Billion by 2025 2021/06/15 14:30:00 SBWire
The research report categorizes the software-defined data center market to forecast revenues and analyze trends by Component, Type, Organization Size, Vertical, and Region. Northbrook, IL -- ( SBWIRE ) -- 06/15/2021 -- According to a new market research report " Software-Defined Data Center Market by Component (Hardware, Software, and Services), Type (Software-Defined Compute, Software-Defined Storage, and Software-Defined Data Center Networking), Organization Size, Vertical, and Region - Global Forecast to 2025" published by MarketsandMarkets, the market size projected to grow from USD 43.7 billion in 2020 to USD 120.3 billion by 2025, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 22.4% during the forecast period. The demand for SDDC is driven by the growing need for enhancing infrastructure resiliency and service uptime, cost benefits associated with network automation and reduced energy usage, and reduced dependency on legacy hardware and hardware vendors. Browse 320 market data Tables and 47 Figures spread through 262 Pages and in-depth TOC on "Software-Defined Data Center Market" Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=1025 The hardware segment to hold a larger market size during the forecast period The hardware segment is projected to contribute majorly to the market among the components, while the services segment is projected to witness a higher growth rate during the forecast period.
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Telecom Cloud Market Growing at a CAGR 21.4% | Key Player Google, Oracle, Verizon, NTT Communications, Vodafone 2021/06/15 14:00:02 AB Newswire
Dynamic Communities and Cloud Wars Media Partner to Host the World''s First Industry Cloud Battleground Digital Event on June 23 2021/06/15 14:00:00 Benzinga
TAMPA, Fla., June 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Industry clouds are emerging as the next big thing to help businesses create clear competitive advantages. Join Dynamic Communities , the primary independent source for industry cloud decision-making, and Cloud Wars Media , the producer of The Cloud Wars Top 10 created by cloud giant Bob Evans , on June 23 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern for the world''s first Industry Cloud Battleground digital event. Register to attend the Industry Cloud Battleground here . Over three-hours, the Industry Cloud Battleground digital event will cut through the hype and focus on the impact industry clouds deliver to businesses trying to create a competitive advantage in the acceleration economy. The program kicks-off with a State of Industry Cloud Roundtable delivered by Evans and Bridget Courneya, Online Editor, Dynamic Communities, followed by 20-minute presentations from six industry leading cloud providers Google, IBM, Oracle, Salesforce, SAP and Workday who will define their vertical market cloud strategy by each answering the same five questions.
Mirror V2 Testnet Goes Live With New User Incentivization Features 2021/06/15 14:00:00 Crypto Daily
The Mirror Protocol V2 has introduced new features that would boost the existing ones from V1. The developments were implemented to incentivize users for their given contributions within the protocol. New Mirror Protocol Version To Incentivize Governance Participation In the Mirror Protocol V1, users did not feel sufficiently incentivized to participate in the governance, which is a vital part of the Mirror Protocol decision-making. Their staked MIR tokens had to stay locked until the end of the poll. Additionally, they needed to make MIR deposits to create new polls. As a result, poll creators who could not afford to make further MIR deposits would lose out on their staked MIR due to a lack of poll participation. However, in Mirror Protocol V2, active voters can get additional voting rewards in addition to existing staking rewards. In addition, an ABSTAIN vote option is also added for users who want to participate actively in governance but feel that they do not adequately understand the proposal.
Cybersecurity firm Darktrace floats at $2.37 billion valuation as shares soar 38% in early trading 2021/04/30 08:38:22 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Shares in cybersecurity firm Darktrace soared as much as 38% when they started trading in London on Friday. The Cambridge, UK-based company, which uses a so-called "AI immune system" to detect abnormalities in a customer's network, was valued at £1.7 billion ($2.37 billion) in its initial public offering. Shares were priced at 250 pence in its listing, the midpoint of the range, with the firm raising £165 million ($230 million). By 7.15am GMT, they were trading at around 350 pence. Darktrace is the latest high-profile tech listing to take place on the London Stock Exchange this year. Its strong early performance marks a dramatic change from the plunge in Deliveroo's share price when the food-delivery firm listed in March. The cybersecurity company is trading under the ticker DARK. Its opening valuation came in somewhat lower to the $4 billion that had been previously reported by Reuters. Darktrace makes money from subscription-based contracts with customers and operates as a "software as a service" business.
A top Oracle exec wrote an official blog entry asking for 'any information' about a reporter who wrote a story critical of the database giant's links to China (ORCL) 2021/04/28 19:41:28 Business Insider
Summary List Placement A top Oracle executive wrote an official company blog post asking for "any information" about a reporter who wrote a story critical of the database giant's links to China. The Intercept's Mara Hvistendahl on April 22 published a story about a network of resellers who reportedly "funnel Oracle technology to the police and military in China." In an unusual move, Oracle executive vice president Ken Glueck — a prominent executive and often the face of the company on political matters — published a post on Oracle's official company blog not just disputing Hvistendahl's reporting but asking for readers to get in touch "if you have any information about Mara or her reporting." "This was a tongue-in-cheek response to repeated tweets and callouts in Hvistendahl's stories where she asks readers to send her tips and information about Oracle," a company spokesperson said. "We stand by the facts in the post." Some of Hvistendahl's colleagues at the Intercept, as well as reporters from other publications, took to Twitter to lambast Glueck's move of soliciting tips on a journalist who was critical of the company.
Arm Marks Data Center Foray, Intensifying Competition With Intel, AMD: Reuters 2021/04/27 18:19:50 Benzinga
British chip technology firm, Arm Ltd, which NVIDIA Corporation is acquiring (NASDAQ: NVDA ) in a $40 billion deal, elaborated on its next generation of data center technology, citing Oracle Corp (NYSE: ORCL ) and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE: BABA ) as customers, Reuters reports . Qualcomm Inc (NASDAQ: QCOM ) and Apple Inc (NASDAQ:
Worldwide IT Training Industry to 2026 - Featuring Avent Academy, CGS and Corpex Among Others 2021/04/23 16:30:00 Benzinga
DUBLIN , April 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The "IT Training Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2021-2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The global IT training market reached a value of US$ 70.86 Billion in 2020. Information technology (IT) training comprises imparting knowledge and skills related to the development, application, implementation, design and management of computer-based systems. With the increasing adoption of the latest technologies by organizations worldwide, IT training has become essential for companies to carry out their operations in an efficient manner. Proper IT training prepares a company to manage its data and resources effectively and boosts the efficiency and productivity of its employees. With the growing adoption of smartphones and smart wearables technology, many firms and users are increasingly opting for mobile-based IT training. This helps the learners to access the information anytime and anywhere on their mobile devices.
As Netflix Wipes Out $20B In Market Value After Earnings, Here's Why Analysts Think The Stock Could Rebound 2021/04/21 20:15:47 Forbes Middle East
Netflix shares are down 7% Wednesday, wiping out about $18 billion from the streaming giant's market capitalization, which has fallen to a still-massive $225 billion—larger than Pfizer and AT&T but now smaller than Coca-Cola and Oracle.
Here are the 22 companies that could be next on Microsoft's shopping list, including Twitter, Twilio, and Okta (MSFT) 2021/04/17 14:30:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Microsoft is on a multibillion-dollar shopping spree . The company recently agreed to pay as much $19.7 billion for Nuance Communications, which provides artificial intelligence-powered assistance for health practitioners, in a deal that came not terribly long after its purchase of video game publisher Zenimax Media last year. Meanwhile, Microsoft is said to be in exclusive talks to acquire online group chat platform Discord for as much as $10 billion, previously bid on the US operations of viral video app TikTok, and was reportedly in ill-fated talks with Pinterest for what would have been multibillion-dollar deal. The company has the money to spend, ending its 2020 fiscal year with $136 billion cash on hand after the pandemic forced a shift to remote work and led to a boom in Microsoft's cloud and productivity software. Experts say that with its surging market cap of near $2 trillion — and its leading rivals slowed down by regulatory scrutiny — we can expect to see Microsoft open its wallet for companies large and small through the remainder of the year and beyond. "Microsoft is on the M&A warpath over the next 12 to 18 months and Nuance could be the first step in an increased appetite for deals in 2021," Wedbush Securities analyst Dan Ives said in a note to clients.
BAND Cryptocurrency Surges 32% After Google Partnership 2021/04/15 16:46:01 Benzinga
Cross-chain data oracle blockchain, Band Protocol, announced … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison is tearing down his new $80 million Palm Beach mansion and says he has no plans to leave Hawaii (ORCL) 2021/04/14 14:41:36 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Larry Ellison is staying in Hawaii full time — and knocking down the $80 million Palm Beach mansion he just bought. The Oracle billionaire sent an email to employees this week explaining his future plans after reports surfaced that he had purchased a 15,000-square-foot home in South Florida. Ellison confirmed that he had purchased the mansion, but that he's "tearing the house down and not moving to Florida," according to Recode's Theodore Schleifer . "Last year I moved from California to the island of Lana'i and became a resident of the State of Hawaii," Ellison wrote. "I love it here and have no plans to move back to Florida, Texas, back to California … or anywhere else." Ellison's home in Palm Beach sits on 7.35 acres, making it the third-largest oceanfront parcel of land in Palm Beach County, according to a real estate listing. The Tuscan-style home, which previously belonged to hedge-fund manager Gabe Hoffman, includes seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and three half-bathrooms, a VIP guest suite, a home theater, a wine room, a chef's kitchen, a swimming pool, and a tennis court.
The CEO of Informatica explains how its big cloud revitalization push is rooted in its 28-year history, and Microsoft's cloud boss says it's a key partner 2021/04/13 15:00:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement When Informatica, a data warehousing company, was first founded in the early '90s, it was focused on data integration for companies running their business on physical servers — a thriving industry and a big part of the early tech booms. Then came the ascent of cloud giants Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud — which have become massive cloud platforms with artificial intelligence and data analytics capabilities. That could have spelled out the end for a company like Informatica, which removed itself from the public markets in 2015 following a $5.3 billion leveraged buyout deal that included Microsoft and Salesforce Ventures . Now, Informatica is making a big bet on the future. This week, at its annual conference Informatica World, the data management company announced new capabilities having to with its Microsoft cloud partnership , along with updates to its partnerships with Amazon's and Google's clouds. The company also announced enhancements to what it calls its Intelligent Data Management Cloud, its venture into data management for multi-cloud and multi-hybrid environments, which combine cloud and physical servers.
Tech titan Larry Ellison drops $80M on Palm Beach home 2021/04/10 22:42:14 New York Post
Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison just expanded his impressive $1 billion property portfolio by dropping $80 million on an oceanfront compound in North Palm Beach. Ellison bought the six-acre Florida estate from hedge-fund manager Gabe Hoffman, the founder of Accipiter Capital Management, above the $79.5 million asking price. The compound features more than 520 feet of…