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Global Private Cloud Server Trends Industry

NEW YORK, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Private Cloud Server Trends Industry

The Cloud computing technology enables client organizations to use remote servers for storing and manipulating data, as well as for accessing it via multiple devices. Private clouds feature controlled, customized restrictions on data access and resource dedication. Private cloud hosting is regarded as a highly powerful and efficient hosting platform for accelerating time-to-market and reducing infrastructure costs.

The report analyzes and presents an overview of Private Cloud Server market worldwide. The report also provides global market estimates and projections for Private Cloud Servers in US dollars and Units for years 2012 through 2017. Supported with 2 market data tables, the report highlights the ever increasing permanence of Private Cloud Servers. The report also discusses the launch of personal cloud servers, cloud platforms, and other storage devices by leading manufacturers including Accenture, Akitio, Shuttle, Inc. and others witnessed by the industry over the last few years. The report further highlights the recent M&A activities in the industry involving key players namely Rackspace Hosting, VMware, CA Technologies, and others. In addition, 70 companies operating in the personal cloud server arena worldwide are profiled.


A Prelude

Private Cloud Hosting - A Sky of Endless Opportunities

Key Properties of Private Clouds

Private Cloud Hosting – The Success Mantra

Data Safety


Service Reliability

Hosted Private Cloud Models

Dedicated Private Cloud

Virtual Private Cloud

Public Cloud Hosting

Private Vs. Public Cloud

Critical Factors to Consider for Investment in Private Cloud


Insight about Private Cloud

Service Provider

Internal Infrastructure


Selecting the Correct Hardware/Software

Table 1: Global Private Cloud Server Revenues (2012-2017) in US$ Million

Table 2: Global Private Cloud Server Shipments (2012-2017) in '000's of Units

Buy Vs. Build Vs. Reuse Decision




Virtualization and Private Cloud


Major Trends in Cloud Computing

Popularity of Hybrid Platforms

More Focus on Value

Industry Guidelines

New Approaches to Data Storage

Mobile Connectivity

Cloud Security Demands Shared Responsibility


Rackspace Hosting Takes Over Exceptional Cloud Services

HostGee Sets Up HostGee Cloud Servers in Saudi Arabia

Cisco Sets Up Green Datacenters

Lloyd Group Bags Greenhouse IT

VMware Adds Socialcast to Kitty

CA Technologies Gobbles Up Hyperformix

HP Outbids Dell to Take Over 3PAR

KT Sets Up Large-scale Private Cloud

Telstra Forms Alliance with Accenture to Offer Private Cloud Services in New Zealand and Australia


Accenture Introduces Accenture Cloud Platform

Rackspace Hosting Introduces OpenCenter

Akitio Launches MyCloud Mini Personal Cloud Server

Microsoft Unveils New Range of Private Cloud Tools for Windows Server 2012

Shuttle Unveils Omninas KD20 Storage Device

Data Robotics Launches Drobo FS

Oracle Introduces Exalogic Elastic Cloud

OpSource Reorganizes Offerings into New Services and Solutions


Accenture PLC (Ireland)

Aeronomy LLC (USA)

Akitio (USA)

Alteryx, Inc. (USA)

AltiGen Communications, Inc. (USA)

Anoosmar Technologies Pvt., Ltd. (Vaultize) (India)

AT & T, Inc. (USA)

BitCloud (Australia)

BroadRiver Communications Corporation (USA)

Brocade Communication Systems, Inc. (USA)

CA Technologies (USA)

Canonical Group Ltd. (UK)

Capris Ltd. (Canada)

Cisco Systems, Inc. (USA)

CloudPassage, Inc. (USA)

Codero (USA)

Coding Best Software Co., Ltd. (China)

Combell Group NV (Belgium)

Connectria Hosting (USA)

Dell, Inc. (USA)

Digiweb Ltd. (Ireland)

Drobo, Inc. (USA)

EMC Corporation (USA)

Evolve IP LLC (USA)

GigeNet (USA), Inc. (USA)

GoGrid (USA)

Hewlett-Packard Development Company LP (USA)

Hivelocity Ventures Corporation (USA)

Horizon Private Cloud (USA) (Saudi Arabia)

Hostway Corporation (USA)

IceWEB, Inc. (USA)

International Business Machine Corporation (USA)

Jolera, Inc. (Canada)

Joyent, Inc. (USA)

KT Corporation (Korea)

Lazu (Australia)

Lloyd Group, Inc. (USA)

Matsco Solutions Group (USA)

Microsoft Corporation (USA)

Monarch Personnel Group Ltd. (UK)

Nebula, Inc. (USA)

Net4 India Ltd. (India)

NetDepot (USA)

Nutanix, Inc. (USA)

Oliver James Enterprise (UK)

OpSource, Inc. (USA)

Oracle Corporation (USA)

Princeton Hosted Solutions LLC (USA)

Proxy Networks, Inc. (USA)

Quostar Solutions Ltd. (UK)

Rackspace Hosting, Inc. (USA)

Rapidswitch (Iomart Hosting Ltd.) (UK)

RSAWEB (South Africa)

SavvisDirect (USA)

Sequencia Technologies, Inc. (USA)

Server Intellect (USA)

ServInt Flex (USA)

Shuttle, Inc. (Taiwan)

SingleHop LLC (USA)

SoftLayer Technologies, Inc. (USA)

Spark Support Infotech Pvt., Ltd. (India)

StratoGen, Inc. (USA)

Tekoa Software, Inc. (USA)

Telstra Corporation Ltd. (Australia)

UKFast.Net Ltd. (UK)

VMware, Inc. (USA)

WestHost (USA)

ZeroLag Communications, Inc. (USA)


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