China's cloud computing industry is expected to break 60 billion yuan by 2012

Domestic statistical agencies predict that the size of China's cloud computing market will reach 16.731 billion yuan in 2010, an increase of 81.4% over the same period of 9.232 billion yuan in 2009. It is expected to exceed 60 billion yuan by 2012. At present, China's cloud computing industry is on the eve of a massive outbreak.

According to statistics, in the next three years, domestic cloud computing applications will focus on industries such as government, telecommunications, education, medical care, finance, petrochemicals and power, and will gradually be adopted by more and more enterprises and institutions in the Chinese market. It will grow from 9.223 billion yuan in 2009 to 60.678 billion yuan in 2012, with an average compound annual growth rate of 87.4%.

The above data comes from the first "White Paper on China's Cloud Computing Industry Development". The report was formed by the domestic statistical consultancy CCID consultant who visited nearly 50 key influencers of the cloud computing industry in three months.

The report also believes that China's current cloud computing industry is still in the stage of introduction and preparation, on the eve of a large-scale outbreak, it is expected that by 2015, the domestic cloud computing industry will reach maturity, cloud computing will also become an indispensable foundation. facility.

In the face of this wave, the domestic government has also begun to actively deploy. It is reported that at present, cities such as Beijing, Tianjin, Qingdao, Jinan, Shanghai, Nanjing, Hangzhou, Wuxi, Chengdu, Foshan and Shenzhen have established cloud computing related platforms.

Even Microsoft, which started with software licensing, has turned to cloud computing. Dr. Zhang Xianghui, chief technology officer of Microsoft Greater China, said today that the traditional software licensing model has matured after a decade or two of development, but there are also users complaining that each software upgrade is more troublesome and more and more functional but not necessarily Use it. The cloud computing model is a challenge for Microsoft, but it is also an opportunity for development.

According to Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, in terms of cloud computing, "Weareallin (we will go all out)." It is reported that Microsoft's current 80% of resources will be tilted to cloud computing, including annual R & D investment and sales performance assessment.

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