Huawei Technologies, already getting squeezed out of Europe’s vast market for the next generation of telecommunications equipment, is under siege in another fast-growing business: cloud computing.
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South Africa will soon have a new “digital bank” in the form of Bettr, a fintech start-up that has been working on building a “new challenger” in the country’s finance sector. TechCentral speaks to co-founders Tobie van Zyl and Andrzej Stempowski.
Amazon.com on Thursday posted the biggest profit in its 26-year history as online sales and its lucrative business supporting third-party merchants surged during the coronavirus pandemic.
Promoted | In this episode of the podcast, TechCentral speaks to Dom Oettl, MD of The Training Room Online, on how the company has used cloud computing to underpin its business success.
Amazon.com is by far the biggest company in cloud computing. But a new lawsuit shows the extent to which Amazon, which rarely discusses the competition in public, sees Google as a threat.
Promoted | Continuing the recent discussion with iOCO executive head of cloud Richard Vester, TechCentral is joined by Amazon Web Services principal developer advocate Sébastien Stormacq to explore the brave new world of hyperscale computing.
Promoted | Nutanix this week launched its desktop-as-a-service offering in the South African market. To discuss the launch, TechCentral is joined on the podcast by local company executives.
Promoted | In this episode of the podcast, TechCentral is joined by Richard Vester, executive director and head of cloud at iOCO, for a discussion on the “brave new world of hyperscale computing”.
The world’s largest enterprise cloud computing hyperscaler, Amazon Web Services, has launched its Cape Town data centres, the first on the continent.
When Google published revenue from its cloud business for the first time last month, a feeling of bitter vindication swept through IBM.