Microsoft ready to launch new Azure cloud field in China
To increase its cloud portfolio in China, Microsoft plans to open a new Agure region in the country through its local operating partner, 21Waynet. The move comes amid growing demand for cloud services in China. Microsoft said in a blog post on Friday that the expansion is expected to double the capacity of Microsoft’s Intelligent Cloud portfolio in China in the coming years, including power platforms powered by Azure, Microsoft Office 365, Dynamics 365, and 21Waynet.
According to the whitepaper (China Cloud Industry Development 1), China’s cloud market is expected to reach 300 billion yuan (about 46 billion dollars) in 2023. In response to the epidemic, 63 percent of China’s organizations are leveraging cloud-related innovations to accelerate digitization in their products, payments, e-commerce, automation, and more. Microsoft Greater China Region (GCR) President and Chief Executive Officer Ellen Crozier said in a statement, “This is going to open up a huge opportunity. 21 Cloud-powered Microsoft Cloud publicly launched for the first time in China through a local operating partner.” Has been done.” Crozier said, “The upcoming region will strengthen capabilities to help advance local talent, encourage local innovation, develop the local technology ecosystem.
(With input from IANS)
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