Asia-Pacific Market for Cloud Computing Technologies to Top $28 Billion in the Next Five Years
Many firms in Asia-Pacific seem to remain unimpressed by Cloud Computing prospects, so the market there is expected to grow more slowly than in Europe or North America. Still, the Asia-Pacific Cloud Computing Market Forecast is going to grow by 21.2% CAGR over 2010 – 2016 period with an aggregate $28.5 Billion over the same period. This is one of the conclusions reached by Market Intel Group’s new research report titled: “The Future of Virtualization, Cloud Computing and Green IT – Global Technologies & Markets Outlook – 2011-2016”. The report, with its 385 pages, 235 tables and 248 figures, is designed to help C-level executives, business development analysts, and policy makers understand why things are happening as events unfold. It is the only available research that simultaneously describes, analyzes and forecasts the evolution of three emerging IT technologies and trends: Cloud Computing, Virtualization and Green IT. Asia-Pacific – Cloud Computing Market Forecast by Market Segments by [$Million] – 2010 – 2016 Asia Pacific Cloud Computing Market The report covers in detail vendors, products, installed-base, procurement and markets of Virtualization, Cloud Computing and Green IT sectors. Furthermore, two possible forecast scenarios – one hypothesizing a slow economic recovery, and the other hypothesizing a fast economic recovery – give planners, purchasers and suppliers a well-reasoned over-the-horizon perspective of the possible ways computing will evolve over the next five years. Among others, the report includes such crucial insights as: Technology Outlook, including drivers, inhibitors and SWOT analysis Market and Technology Forecast by technology Market and Technology Forecast by region Procurement Forecast by Technology and Region Services and Upgrade Market Forecast, by Technology and by Region Business Opportunities To find out more about the report, such as Table of Content or request your free sample, follow this link. You welcome to join our group on LinkedIn, and comment on this and other articles.