Cloud

Hardware has to be designed, built, delivered and serviced, requiring expertise, agility and support from the right manufacturing partners.

Cloud technology is having a big impact on key industries, including healthcare and automotive. And that’s not surprising considering the cloud’s flexibility, storage accessibility and agility. Filling cloud data centers with inexpensive and rapidly scalable computing equipment offers myriad benefits to businesses. For certain, cloud computing is here to stay.

Consider this: By 2020, the healthcare cloud market will reach $3.54 billion, and the overall global cloud equipment market will reach $79.1 billion by 2018, according to some estimates. Even as the cloud computing transformation occurs, one thing remains constant: There is still a physical component in the system. Hardware has to be designed, built, delivered and serviced, requiring expertise, agility and support from the right manufacturing partners.

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