“ABI Research has forecast that revenues from these (artificial intelligence) chipset shipments will increase significantly in the next five years — from $4.2 billion in 2019 to $10 billion in 2024.”
“Next-generation workloads can require specialized hardware capabilities, but enterprises embracing the cloud often overlook such considerations completely. For some, that can mean reduced performance and value.”
“In 2020, we’ll see the public cloud market, including cloud applications (SaaS), development and data platforms (PaaS), and infrastructure (IaaS) services combined, grow to $299.4 billion. Even with slower growth on the horizon, this is a tremendous success for a consolidating, maturing market on its way to half a trillion dollars in just a few years.”
According to IDC, vendor revenue from sales of IT infrastructure products for cloud environments — including public and private cloud — declined 10.2 percent year-over-year in the second quarter of 2019 (2Q19), reaching $14.1 billion.
Worldwide spending on public cloud services and infrastructure will more than double over the 2019-2023 forecast period, according to the latest market study by International Data Corporation (IDC).
“The growing demand for more flexible ways to consume on-premises IT is being driven partly by the widespread popularity of the public cloud as an elastic and often more cost-effective way of delivering and accessing IT resources.”
via IT Connection
Global IT spending is projected to total $3.74 trillion in 2019 — that’s an increase of just 0.6 percent from 2018, according to the latest worldwide market study by Gartner. Note, this forecast is slightly down from the previous quarter’s forecast of 1.1 percent anticipated growth.
A quantum system can process and analyze all data simultaneously and then return the best solution, along with thousands of close alternatives. The total enterprise quantum computing market revenue will reach $9.1 billion annually by 2030 — that’s up from just $111.6 million in 2018.
Within global outsourcing, the share of digital deals continues to rise — from 70% in Q1 to 78% in Q2. Cloud is the dominant digital component, included in 46% of outsourcing transactions. Automation, AI and analytics also drive digital transactions.
via Everest Group