Chinese technology giant Huawei has revealed its plans to create a cloud region in South Africa. It will launch the offering commercially before the end of the year.
Microsoft and Liquid Telecom have partnered to expand the availability of Azure cloud services to other markets across Africa.
Chinese ICT giant Huawei will build a data centre facility in Johannesburg to provide public cloud services, becoming the latest multinational after Microsoft and Amazon.com to unveil such plans.
IBM just made the cloud computing war far more interesting. It’s not an easy sell, but IBM and Red Hat certainly make a more compelling cloud computing alternative.
Apple is about to give two product lines much-needed upgrades after the gadgets slipped into the towering shadow of the iPhone.
Just months before Microsoft is due to open two Azure data centres in South Africa, the world’s largest cloud provider, Amazon Web Services, has announced it will also open data centre facilities in the country.
Microsoft posted another quarter of brisk revenue growth driven by cloud services, underscoring the company’s success in shifting its business toward Internet-based computing. The stock rose in extended trading.