IBM opens more cloud computing centres
IBM is putting millions of dollars towards the concept of cloud computing and now has 13 centers worldwide after opening up new centres in India, Vietnam, Brazil and South Korea in September 2008. In addition to IBM, the concept of cloud computing has received interest from a number of key players including Hewlett-Packard, Intel Corp and Yahoo which are providing computer resources to universities to assist in the advancement of research in cloud computing. Google is also reportedly building a cloud system.
Exhibit 1 – Cloud computing definition
(Source: BuddeComm based on ComputerWorld, 2008)
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