MENU × BUSINESS
Banking And InsuranceCryptocurrencyDigital MarketingErpFood And BeveragesHealthcareLegalMarketing And AdvertisingMedia And EntertainmentMetals And MiningOil And GasRetailTelecom
TECHNOLOGY
Artificial IntelligenceBig DataCloudCyber SecurityE CommerceEducationGaming And VfxIT ServiceMobileNetworkingSAPScience And TechnologySecuritySoftwareStorage
PLATFORM
CiscoDatabaseGoogleIBMJuniperM2MMicrosoftOracleOracleRed Hat
LEADERSHIP
CEO ReviewCompany Review
MAGAZINE
ASIA INDIA
STARTUPS CLIENT SPEAK CONTACT US

The Silicon Review Asia

Oracle’s goal is to expand its data centers into 36 regions by the end of Q4 of 2020

Oracle’s goal is to expand its data centers into 36 regions by the end of Q4 of 2020

Recently, Oracle Corp stated that it has added computing data centers in five regions and by the q4 of 2020it is planning to expand it to almost 36 locations. The company wants to join the race with other big players like Microsoft Corp and Amazon.com. Oracle had a rocky start in the cloud business and after being in the business software segment for a long time, the company is all set to roll out the second-gen of the cloud systems. Through the new system, Oracle can operate the customer rent capacity and data centers from it. According to Forrester Research, Microsoft and Amazon Web Services are the two most prominent players in the global market by forming two-third of it in 2019.

 Oracle is trying hard to make an impact and to do that the company is extending its services geographically to win customers. Executive vice president of engineering in Oracle's cloud unit, Clay Magouyrk, stated that they are offering data centers in most of the places because of the data privacy regulations that vary according to the region. The main idea of the company is to have at least two regions in every country so that during a disaster they will have one as a backup. 

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Tariff plans will cost higher from the next financial year as telecom companies are gearing up to increase rates

The ongoing Covid pandemic had significantly increased the number of mobile and internet users worldwide. The high amount of usage is expected to drop...

Business Travelers to Stay at Singapore’s Changi Airport Bubble

Singapore’s open economy depends heavily on tourism and business. But its vibrant but small economy has been hurting as the circumstances due to...

Countries in Asia-Pacific are marching towards ‘green recovery’ amidst Covid-19 crisis

2020 has been an unforgettable year for many of us. The ongoing Covid crisis has reminded people that it is very important to have an uninterrupted an...

Department of Telecommunication to announce the new schedule for 5G trials

Department of Telecommunications (DoT) is all set to announce the new schedule for 5G trials. The Dot made this decision after being pulled by the par...

RECOMMENDED