Australian enterprise infrastructure market in growth mode

Business disruptions accelerated enterprise IT infrastructure transformations. The enterprise spending on servers and storage devices to continue to grow through 2023 in parallel with public cloud consumption growth. With most organisations having a “cloud first” strategy, public cloud uptake is significant. However, the market size for infrastructure for both private…

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Greater China to receive enhanced connectivity through Equinix

Vital market for enterprises seeking sustainable growth. . Digital infrastructure company Equinix has expanded Equinix Fabric with the addition of four leading network service providers (NSPs) in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan to deliver connectivity into Greater China. With the recent extension of Platform Equinix, digital leaders will be able to…

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PDG secured US$230M for datacentre build in China

Charts out US$1B expansion in China. Princeton Digital Group (PDG), Asia’s leading data center provider, today announced it has secured USD 230 million debt refinancing from China Merchants Bank, as part of its $1 Billion expansion plan in China. The refinancing validates PDG’s momentum, with confirmation of the completion of…

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Nikkei renews core system for publication

Nikkei renews core system for publication. Stable operation and efficient operation management by building an IT infrastructure infrastructure with high expandability and availability One of the largest financial publications, Nikkei has renewed its use of NEO, a hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) by Nutanix. The system is flexible and scalable and includes a…

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India public Cloud end-user spending to total US$4.4B in 2021

Double-digit growth to continue as enterprises adopt hybrid working infrastructures. End-user spending on public cloud services in India will total $4.4 billion in 2021, according to the latest forecast from Gartner, Inc. As compared to 2020, end user spending on public cloud will grow 31.4 per cent in 2021. “Indian…

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China State Construction Engineering deploys DaaS solution

Enabling staff to work remotely. China State Construction Engineering (Hong Kong) Limited (CSHK) has deployed Nutanix Frame, a Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) solution, across its operations in a move to enable staff to learn and access the Building Information Modelling (BIM) application from anywhere to make sure construction projects can be executed…

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New Zealand’s University of Waikato installs AI System  

Powerful supercomputer for artificial intelligence applications. The University of Waikato, as part of its commitment positioning New Zealand as a world leader in AI research and development, has installed an NVIDIA DGX A100 is the first computer of its kind in New Zealand and is the world’s most advanced system…

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Worldwide public Cloud end-user spending to grow 23 per cent in 2021

Cloud spending driven by emerging technologies becoming mainstream. Worldwide end-user spending on public cloud services is forecast to grow 23.1 per cent in 2021 to total US$332.3 billion, up from US$270 billion in 2020, according to the latest forecast from Gartner, Inc. The events of last year allowed CIOs to…

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Japan Meteorological Agency renews key systems

Increasing the concentration of data with one data centre provider. The Japan Meteorological Agency has renewed three critical system to allow it to operate on the JMA Information System Infrastructure, which serves as the new central virtualisation platform for all agency-managed meteorological systems. The systems successfully integrated onto the platform…

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Australian Government’s single provider approach exposes risk

Increasing the concentration of data with one data centre provider. AusTender information reveals yet another Government Department has selected the same, single provider that already holds 80 per cent of the value of Government data centre contacts. The Department of Home Affairs has followed a long line of recent Federal…

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