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Intel's cloud seeding experiment

4/21/2011 02:25 PM EDT
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elctrnx_lyf
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elctrnx_lyf   4/23/2011 4:55:16 PM
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The cloud stuff well come into better shape in few more years. It might take some time for both the application providers to actually understand how to provide service and at the same time the companies also will lean over to cloud when they start seeing the reduction in TCO.

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chanj0   4/22/2011 5:40:38 PM
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There will be a battle of defining what products would be better serving through the cloud and what products would be better to server locally. Services segment can help corporation to define what best for the type of business. There seems to be a lot of opportunities, isn't it?

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prabhakar_deosthali   4/22/2011 6:49:58 AM
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Cloud computing is definitely a win-win situation for all. Cloud is where all the resources can be utilized to their fullest extent, be it the servers , the network infrastructure or the enterprise applications. This will help to reduce the cost of ownership for the organizations across the board , the up gradation plans can be implemented more swiftly and return on investments can happen quicker. For the end user the services will be just a click away -either prepaid or post-paid.

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