Canalys estimates that cloud marketplaces will grow to over US$45 billion by 2025, representing an 84% CAGR. Cloud marketplaces are accelerating as a route to market for technology, led by hyperscale cloud vendors such as Alibaba, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, Google and Salesforce, which are pouring billions of development dollars
Alibaba DAMO Academy (“DAMO”), the global research initiative by Alibaba Group, has shared its annual forecasting of the leading technology trends that could shape many industries in the years ahead. Among the leading technology trends, Generative AI, which has already gained considerable traction, is expected to make further strides with
Alibaba Cloud kicked off its annual Apsara Conference by announcing the launch of ModelScope, an open-source Model-as-a-Service (MaaS) platform that comes with hundreds of AI models, including large pre-trained models for global developers and researchers. During its flagship conference, Alibaba Cloud also introduced a range of serverless database products and
Alibaba Cloud has announced its latest international strategic roadmap at the 2022 Alibaba Cloud Summit. During the three-day summit, the trusted cloud provider has revealed new products to support technology innovation among enterprises, an investment of USD1 billion for a global partner ecosystem upgrade, and enhanced customer services to provide
Alibaba maintained its position as the third largest public cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) service provider globally in 2021, according to the latest Worldwide Semiannual Public Cloud Services Tracker published by market research and advisory firm International Data Corporation (IDC).
For the fourth year in a row, Alibaba is ranked as the third largest Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider in the world and the biggest in Asia Pacific in 2021 by revenue. The latest Gartner report, Market Share: IT Services, 2021, showed Alibaba’s global market share expanded to 9.55%, while in Asia
Speaking with Channel Post MEA, Philip Liu, General Manager of the Middle East and Africa, Alibaba Cloud Intelligence explains that the company is looking to grow its geographical footprint and expand its channel base across the Middle East How would you access the cloud market in the Middle East and in