Enterprises are leveraging all the possible capabilities of the software that empowers their IT infrastructure to operate efficiently, thus enabling business agility through a mix of public, private, and hybrid cloud infrastructure. Cloud infrastructure services assist enterprises in improving customer experience, propelling business outcomes, and in building advanced computing capabilities. 360Quadrants has identified top 10 Cloud Infrastructure Service providers, as below:
Top 10 Cloud Infrastructure Service Providers
- IBM Corporation
- Microsoft Corporation
- Fujitsu Limited
- Cisco Systems Inc
- Oracle Corporation
- Equinix Inc
- Ehosting Datafort
Top Cloud Infrastructure Software Benefits
Below mentioned are of some of the benefits that businesses can get by choosing an ideal Cloud Infrastructure Software:
- Cost Savings
- Disaster Recovery
- Automatic Updates
- Business Continuity
- Efficiency in Collaboration
Top New Entrants
These new entrants are the firms that have a great understanding of the latest technologies and trends, right from their inception. These companies may not be so widespread geographically, but they have offerings. These vendors are generally the ones who are beginning to emerge in terms of product portfolio and geographical coverage, and will need some time to gain traction in the market. Some of the emerging new entrants are:
- JMR Infotech
- MK Enterprises
- IMED Solutions
- Compro Information Technologies Inc
- Injazat Data System
- Malomatia India Technology Services
- EZ Tech
The vendors are placed into 4 categories based on their performance in each criterion: “visionary leaders,” “innovators,” “dynamic differentiators,” and “emerging companies.” The top 25 vendors evaluated in the Middle East cloud infrastructure market include IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Amazon Web Services, HPE, Equinix, Cisco Systems, Etisalat, Injazat Data Systems, Malomatia, Orixcom, eHosting Datafort, BIOS Middle East Group, Fujitsu, Cloud4c services, ez TECH, MK Enterprises, iMED Solutions, Intertec Systems, JMR Infotech, Ooredoo, STC Cloud, Interkey Telecom & Technology, Compro Information Technologies, and DESistem.
Vendors who fall in this category receive high scores for most of the evaluation criteria. They have strong and established product portfolios and a very strong market presence with strong business strategies. They provide mature and reputable data security tools. The visionary leaders include IBM, Oracle, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, HPE, Etisalat, Fujitsu, Cisco Systems, and Equinix.
eHosting DataFort, Injazat Data Systems, and JMR Infotech are identified as dynamic differentiators in the Middle East cloud infrastructure services market. They are established vendors with very strong business strategies. However, they are low in their product portfolios. They focus on a specific type of technology related to the product.
Innovators in MicroQuadrant are those vendors who have substantial product innovations compared with their competitors. They have very focused product portfolio development but do not have very strong growth strategies for the overall businesses. Ooredoo, Intertec Systems, BIOS Middle East Group, STC Cloud, and Cloud4C Services are considered as innovators in the Middle East cloud infrastructure services market.
The emerging players specialize in offering highly niche solutions and services. They do not have strong business strategies as compared to established vendors. The companies that are considered as the emerging companies include DESistem, MK Enterprises, iMED Solutions, ComPro Information Technologies, Malomatia, Interkey Telecom and Technology, and Orixcom.
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