India’s Data Centre Plan In Anticipation Of Tsunami Of Data In Country

An incentive policy for the private sector companies to set up data center parks in India will make it affordable for firms to store data locally vis-à-vis other locations such as Singapore and also prepare them for the deluge of…

Government To Unveil Policy On Data Center Parks

The government said it will come out with a policy to enable private sector build data center parks in the country at a time the segment is becoming a focus area for commercial real estate players. "It will enable our…

FDI To Increase, Indian IT Firms To Benefit From FM’s Data Centre Plan

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s proposal in the Union Budget to come up with a policy for setting up data centre parks would benefit tech services companies and attract foreign investments in creating the adequate infrastructure for all industry sectors, said…

FM’s Rs 8,000 Crore Boost Will Help India Bridge Gap In Quantum Computing With US, China

India’s plan to invest Rs 8,000 crore over the next five years in the National Mission on Quantum technology and its applications comes at a time when the world is making bets on the emerging field that has potential impact…

Finance Minister Takes A Rs 8,000 Crore Quantum Leap

CEO of Greyhound Research says that it is the right time for quantum investment as companies like IBM and Google are going to be investing a tonne of money and infrastructure assets towards Asia, in countries like Japan and Singapore.…

Episode 2: #GreyhoundTV #DoubleDecaff – IBM Announces Sydney Multi-Zone Region

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Intel India FY18 Profit Up 4.6% To Rs 379 Cr, Revenue Grows 23%

Intel India saw profits grow 4.6% to Rs 379 crore and revenue by 23% to Rs 4,149 crore in fiscal 2018, according to the company's filings with the Registrar of Companies (RoC). The company has seen increased competition from peers such as…

As Action Moves To Cloud, Server Sales Take A Hit

Server sales in India declined for the first time due to weak demand from IT services firms, whose clients are increasingly renting space on the cloud to host applications instead of setting up their own infrastructure. Analysts said there were examples of…

Google Cloud Region In Sydney Now Live – Tweets By Greyhound Research

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Google’s Announcement To Intensify Cloud War in Australia & APJ

On June 20, 2017 Google announced the availability of its Google Cloud Platform (GCP) region in Sydney. Per the company, this is their first GCP region in Australia and the fourth in Asia Pacific. This announcement comes in close heels of…

Procuring Public Cloud – Ponder Before You Purchase

Over the last 12 months, we at Greyhound Research carried out thousands of end-user enquiries on adoption of Public Cloud. These enquiries have ranged from questions on assessing Cloud vendors, controlling costs, automating manual tasks, ensuring data security & compliance, identifying potential workloads…

Google Bets Big On AI, Machine Learning To Crack The Cloud

Google is betting big on its dominance in machine learning and artificial intelligence to break into the cloud market. "The announcements made by Google consolidate their vision in the Cloud space, which helps communicate their seriousness. The SAP partnership will…

Cloud Failures Will Drive Enterprises To Hire Startup CTOs

Over the last 12 months, we at Greyhound Research, the Technology Transformation arm of Greyhound Knowledge Group, carried out thousands of end-user enquiries on various aspects of Cloud Computing. These enquiries have ranged from questions on benchmarking cloud providers, enterprise…

Oracle Preparing To Compete With AWS

After launching its public cloud services in September, Oracle is vying for the market dominated by Amazon Web Services – by changing its organisation culture to mimic that of AWS itself. “Digital sales will be challenging for Oracle because most…

SAP: The Road Beyond ERP

German multinational corporation SAP SE may be best known as an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software firm but senior executives insist that it has successfully moved beyond ERP to providing cloud computing and digital solutions as well. “The growth has…

Tough Road Ahead for IBM India Chief

IBM’s two major global bets — cloud and cognitive — are also the two weakest areas for the computing giant in India, where it seems to be struggling in a highly competitive market. Will the new India MD be able…

Whilst Transforming Clients, IBM India Must Also Transform Within

On January 4, 2017, IBM India named Karan Bajwa as the new Managing Director. He takes over the reigns from Vanitha Narayanan, who has now been appointed as the Chairman. Per the announcement, this change is effective immediately; both Karan and Vanitha will report…

Google’s New Cloud Region Will Take Competition In The Indian Cloud Market A Notch Higher

According to recent reports from IT research firms, the Indian public cloud market is expected to cross $1 B in 2016 and grow three folds by 2020. It’s a huge opportunity for global cloud service providers as well as local…

Google To Launch First Data Centre In Mumbai To Take On Microsoft, Amazon

Google Inc. is trying to bridge the gap with rivals Microsoft and Amazon Web Services (AWS) in the cloud marketplace in India by announcing that it plans to set up its first data centre in Mumbai by 2017—a strategy that…

What Does Microsoft PowerShell’s Availability On Linux Means To Enterprises And CIOs?

Overall, the global software developer community and enterprises have given a positive response to Microsoft's recent move to make its automation and scripting platform PowerShell available to Open source software Linux including Ubuntu, Centos, Red Hat and Mac OS X…

With Technology At Helm, South Korea Ready To Contribute To Global Innovation

With AWS’s Seoul Data Centre region going live in January 2016 and Microsoft announcing plans in May 2016, all eyes were set on IBM and Google. While the latter is yet to make any announcement on this topic, the former…

Workday Moves Test & Dev To IBM Cloud – Expect Increased Focus On Innovation

On 15 August, 2016 IBM and Workday announced a multi-year partnership wherein Workday will use IBM’s Cloud for its internal Testing and Development environment. The announcement adds to the existing IBM and Workday partnership which includes IBM’s global Workday Consulting…

All Eyes On Microsoft India: Will Anant Help Turn The Page?

It takes one brain to dream of change but many a handful to turn it into a reality. Satya Nadella has done exceptionally well to dream up a new and improved Microsoft and steer the company strategy accordingly. However, the…

About Time Microsoft India Delivers A Yorker

On 1 August 2016, Microsoft announced the joining of Anant Maheshwari as President, Microsoft India from 1 September 2016. Anant will be replacing current Microsoft India Chairman Bhaskar Pramanik who has held this position for over five years. This announcement…

Why AWS Announcement Heralds Public Cloud War In India

On 28 June, when Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced the launch of its sixth Asia Pacific (APAC) Region in Mumbai, India, it did nothing short of telling its competitors firmly, especially Microsoft and IBM, that it was stepping up its…

On Top Of Cloud

As oracle programmers rewrite fresh codes for its cloud services, the company is scripting a new history. It is transforming itself into a cloud-first company. Some industry watchers might argue that it is a tad late in entering the realm of…

Who Should Be Your Cloud Driver On The Digital Highway?

It’s not an easy task to choose a cloud computing services provider, especially when companies like Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS), Microsoft Corp., International Business Machines Corp. (IBM), Hewlett-Packard Co., Dell Inc., Oracle Corp. and VMware Inc. are pulling out…

Will Pune Outpace Bengaluru To Become India’s Next Startup Hub?

Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis recently expressed the state government’s intention to develop Pune as the startup hub for Maharashtra. He went on to say that Pune could be the startup hub of the country. Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst & CEO, Greyhound…

Amazon Opens Data Centres In India

As a part of its commitment to invest $5 billion in India, Amazon on Tuesday launched its first set of India data centres in Mumbai to cater to cloud computing services here unleashing a new race for the top cloud…