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    1. Cloud starts taking bite out of data center construction

      Cloud starts taking bite out of data center construction

      IDC is projecting that the total number of data centers will peak at 8.6 million in 2017 and then start to decline. Enterprises will pare back on internal data center server rooms and server closets starting in 2017.

      By 2018, fewer enterprises will run their own infrastructure. That will put the kibosh on new data center building---unless you're a cloud provider.

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    2. The bare-metal cloud continues to grow

      The bare-metal cloud continues to grow

      With the bare-metal cloud you get what most people see as the advantages of the cloud: the ability to rapidly provision and deploy services as your business needs them, with many of the advantages of colocation, and hardware dedicated to your business alone, running only what you want provisioned.

      While this may smack of the era of dedicated servers and forced over-provisioning, the reality is that it is completely within the cloud services model.

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      Mentions: Security Amazon
    3. Tales from the City: Original ideas need original experiences...

      Tales from the City: Original ideas need original experiences...

      Can the needs of corporate culture trump community culture? Maybe, but over the long term, community needs will always win out over the demands of company culture and that's what city officials will ultimately choose. Because company culture is, in its very nature and reason for existence, divisive and not inclusive. Tech firms have run out of original ideas and that's why we have so many To-Do list apps. Get off-the-bus should be a startup's mantra.

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    4. Virtualization, security holding back Asia cloud rollout

      Virtualization, security holding back Asia cloud rollout

      The number of virtualized systems in Asia is still very low and needs to ramp up in order for cloud to be more widely adopted in the region, concerns also have held back adoption, though businesses are now starting to realize the benefits of moving to the cloud are too great to ignore.

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    5. Who will build the next generation of physical cloud infrastructure?

      Who will build the next generation of physical cloud infrastructure?

      No matter who you pay for cloud services, the value proposition will be the service, not the machinery in the back room. The only difference now is that the former hardware makers are jostling to get some of your cloud service budget too, as they concentrate on customer-facing technologies.

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      Mentions: Facebook Microsoft
    6. Softbank, Aldebaran launch Pepper, an emotional robot

      Softbank, Aldebaran launch Pepper, an emotional robot

      Pepper, a robot that runs on emotion engines, algorithms and cloud artificial intelligence, will be sold through Softbank Mobile stores in Japan for about $1,900 in 2015.

      Softbank is also defining mobility more broadly in that robots may sell alongside smartphones. If successful, Softbank would have enough distribution via Sprint to bring Pepper to the U.S.

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      Mentions: Mobility Cisco
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