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Cisco Global Cloud Index (2010-2015)

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Cisco Global Cloud Index (2010-2015)

In Cisco’s Global Cloud index, Cisco explore the trends and make the next 5 years datacenter virtualization and cloud computing forecasts. The key points in this document are summarized below.

By the end of 2015, the annual data center traffic will reach 4,8 zettabytes.
You can check one more below what the zettabyte is;)

The data center ip traffic will increase forefold during the next five years and the CAGR(Compaund Annual Grow Rate) will be 33 percent for 2010 to 2015.

The workloads per installed traditional server will increase from 1,4 in 2010 to 2,0 in 2015. This will be 3,5 in 2010 to 7,8 in 2015 for cloud server.

By 2014, more than 50 percent of all workloads will be processed in the cloud.

By 2015, annual global cloud IP traffic will reach 1,6 zettabytes. This will be 133 exabytes per month.

The global cloud IP traffic will increase twelve fold in the next five years and the CAGR will be 66 percent for 2010 to 2015.

The Global cloud IP traffic will be more than one-third of the total datacenter traffic by 2015.

North America and Western Europe lead in broadband access for both fixed and mobile. But the Asia Pasific has more subscriber because of the large population.

The most cloud ready area is Western Europe with fixed avarage download speed 12,2 Mbps from a download speed perspective. The second area is Central and Eastern Europe with 9,4 Mbps.

From the upload perspective, Western Europe and Central and Eastern Europe are most cloud ready with the speeds 5,9 Mbps and 5,7 Mbps.

Western Europe and North America lead in avarage fixed latencies with 68 ms and 75 ms from the cloud latency readiness.

You can check the full document with the below link on Cisco’s website:

Cisco Global Cloud Index: Forecast and Methodology, 2010-2015

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Now I feel stupid. That’s cleaerd it up for me

January 29th, 2013 at 01:18

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