MarketsandMarkets expects the global Software-Defined Anything Market size to grow from USD 51.7 billion to USD 160.8 billion at a CAGR of 25.5% during the forecast period.The Software-Defined Anything Market refers to an architectural framework wherein all components of enterprise’s and service provider’s network and data center, such as compute, network, and storage, are virtualized to orchestrate network management, improve network agility, and lower operational cost.In a nutshell, the control plane (software) is abstracted from the data plane (hardware) that enables network administrators to manage the entire enterprise as well as data center infrastructure from a single software console.Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=19947525Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) segment to record the highest growth rate during the forecast periodUnder the SDX type segment, the SD-WAN segment is expected to grow at the highest growth rate during the forecast period.With the growing need for simplification of the network traffic management, organizations are widely adopting SD-WAN solutions that help in decoupling the data and control plane and providing centralized management to the network administrators.Along with this, digital transformation and increasing network traffic, and the emergence of 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications are expected to fuel the growth of SD-WAN solutions’ adoption.Service providers to record the highest growth rate during the forecast periodIn the SDx market by end user, service providers are expected to record the highest growth rate during the forecast period.The growth can be attributed to increasing trend of the adoption of SDx solutions among telecom and cloud service providers.
Composable Infrastructure Market -OverviewThe necessity for improved productivity is expected to motivate the expansion of the Composable Infrastructure Market Research 2020.The ICT industry reports are produced by Market Research Future, which highlights market options for expansion.A 58.10% CAGR is predicted to forge the path for the global market earning of USD 5.80 billion by 2024.Get Free Sample Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/7752The upsurge in the utilization of storage resources is estimated to create a positive scope for the composable infrastructure market.Also, the rising need for cohosting of current-generation applications (CGAs) is projected to motivate the composable infrastructure market size.Key Players:The prominent players in the Composable Infrastructure Market Research are Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, HGST Inc., Dell EMC, Cisco Systems Inc., Lenovo Group Ltd., DriveScale Inc., TidalScale Inc., Liqid Inc., OSS, Cloudistics, and Quanta Cloud Technology.The prominent players keep innovating and investing in research and development to present a cost-effective product portfolio.Based on the organization size, the composable infrastructure market is bifurcated into large enterprises and SMEs.Based on the verticals, the composable infrastructure market is segmented into BFSI, IT & telecommunication, healthcare, manufacturing, government, and others.
According to research report "Composable Infrastructure Market by Type (Software and Hardware), Vertical (BFSI, Healthcare, IT and Telecom, Government, Manufacturing), and Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and RoW) - Global Forecast to 2023", The composable infrastructure market is expected to grow from USD 616 million in 2018 to USD 5,102 million by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 52.6% during the forecast period.The major factors driving the composable infrastructure market include the ever-growing need for data storage and highly scalable data storage solutions, such as composable infrastructure, low CapEx and opex of composable infrastructure, and growing adoption of virtualization.Download PDF Brochure : https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=68141063Browse 22 market data Tables and 33 Figures spread through 86 Pages and in-depth TOC on "Composable Infrastructure Market - Global Forecast to 2023"Composable infrastructure hardware is expected to account for the larger market share during the forecast periodComposable infrastructure software is expected to account for the larger market share in the global composable infrastructure market by type during the forecast period.The segment is expected to witness growth primarily due to vendors, such as HPE, Liqid, and DriveScale with existing products in this market, and newer entrants, such as Dell EMC, whose newly announced products are expected to be introduced in the market in 2019.BFSI segment is expected to grow at a higher CAGR during the forecast periodComposable infrastructure solutions are out-of-the-box solutions that consolidate major functions of the data center, which include storage, compute, data recovery, and network support.These solutions help banks, and other financial institutions, and financial service providers improve their operational efficiency and productivity.The well-developed digital economy in North America and the expansion of the data center industry are key factors contributing to the growth of the composable infrastructure market in this region.Surging demand for scalability in solutions, reduction in operational expenditure, tax exemptions, and low total ownership cost on IT infrastructure are the prime factors driving the growth of the composable infrastructure market in this region.Speak to Our Expert Analyst: https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/speaktoanalystNew.asp?id=68141063Major vendors in the composable infrastructure market include HGST (US), HPE (US), Dell EMC (US), Lenovo (China),  DriveScale (US), TidalScale (US), Liqid (US), OSS (US), Cloudistics (US), and QCT (Taiwan).About MarketsandMarkets™MarketsandMarkets™ provides quantified B2B research on 30,000 high growth niche opportunities/threats which will impact 70% to 80% of worldwide companies’ revenues.
MarketsandMarkets expects the global Software-Defined Anything Market size to grow from USD 51.7 billion to USD 160.8 billion at a CAGR of 25.5% during the forecast period.The Software-Defined Anything Market refers to an architectural framework wherein all components of enterprise’s and service provider’s network and data center, such as compute, network, and storage, are virtualized to orchestrate network management, improve network agility, and lower operational cost.In a nutshell, the control plane (software) is abstracted from the data plane (hardware) that enables network administrators to manage the entire enterprise as well as data center infrastructure from a single software console.Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=19947525Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) segment to record the highest growth rate during the forecast periodUnder the SDX type segment, the SD-WAN segment is expected to grow at the highest growth rate during the forecast period.With the growing need for simplification of the network traffic management, organizations are widely adopting SD-WAN solutions that help in decoupling the data and control plane and providing centralized management to the network administrators.Along with this, digital transformation and increasing network traffic, and the emergence of 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications are expected to fuel the growth of SD-WAN solutions’ adoption.Service providers to record the highest growth rate during the forecast periodIn the SDx market by end user, service providers are expected to record the highest growth rate during the forecast period.The growth can be attributed to increasing trend of the adoption of SDx solutions among telecom and cloud service providers.
Market HighlightsComposable Infrastructure is a next-generation data center architecture that is designed to address scale and dynamic requirements of modern workloads by disaggregating compute, storage and network resources into separate pools.Key benefits of composable infrastructure solutions include higher resource utilization, reduction in overprovisioning of resources, reduced infrastructure and operational costs, efficient sharing of resources across clusters, on-demand composing of servers and clusters through software, and faster deployment and integration.However, single vendor-lock-in period is a major challenge for the adoption of composable infrastructure among enterprises which is limiting the market growth.Get Free Sample Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/7752Key Players:The prominent players in the Composable Infrastructure Market are Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, HGST Inc., Dell EMC, Cisco Systems Inc., Lenovo Group Ltd., DriveScale Inc., TidalScale Inc., Liqid Inc., OSS, Cloudistics, and Quanta Cloud Technology.The prominent players keep innovating and investing in research and development to present a cost-effective product portfolio.There has been recent mergers and acquisitions among the key players, a strategy the business entities leverage to strengthen their reach to the customers.SegmentationThe global market of composable infrastructure is studied based on type, size of organization, vertical, and cloud type.The cloud type-based segments of the composable infrastructure market are public, hybrid, and private.The hybrid segment dynamics can dictate the growth of the composable infrastructure market.The composable infrastructure market’s type-based segments are hardware and software.The organization size-based segments of the composable infrastructure market are large enterprises and SMEs.The SMEs segment can attain high valuation for the global composable infrastructure market.
Market HighlightsComposable Infrastructure is a next-generation data center architecture that is designed to address scale and dynamic requirements of modern workloads by disaggregating compute, storage and network resources into separate pools.Key benefits of composable infrastructure solutions include higher resource utilization, reduction in overprovisioning of resources, reduced infrastructure and operational costs, efficient sharing of resources across clusters, on-demand composing of servers and clusters through software, and faster deployment and integration.Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, one of the leading composable infrastructure providers, offers composable infrastructure through its Synergy Platform, that provides disaggregated resource pools for compute, storage, and fabric allowing IT administrators to configure and manage these resources through software to meet the specific workload requirements.Cisco Systems Inc. offers composable infrastructure through UCS M-Series modular servers, specially designed for intensive workloads such as online gaming and UCS C3260 rack servers designed for data-centric workloads such as big data analytics.However, single vendor-lock-in period is a major challenge for the adoption of composable infrastructure among enterprises which is limiting the market growth.Get Free Sample Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/7752SegmentationBy cloud type, the market is segmented into public, private, and hybrid.By type, the market is segmented into hardware and softwareBy organization size, the market is segmented into large enterprises and SMEs.By vertical, the market is segmented into IT and telecommunication, BFSI, government, healthcare, manufacturing and others.Key Players:The prominent players in the Covid 19 Analysis on Composable Infrastructure Market are Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, HGST Inc., Dell EMC, Cisco Systems Inc., Lenovo Group Ltd., DriveScale Inc., TidalScale Inc., Liqid Inc., OSS, Cloudistics, and Quanta Cloud Technology.The prominent players keep innovating and investing in research and development to present a cost-effective product portfolio.There has been recent mergers and acquisitions among the key players, a strategy the business entities leverage to strengthen their reach to the customers.Regional AnalysisThe global market for composable infrastructure is estimated to grow at a significant rate during the forecast period from 2019 to 2024.
Market HighlightsMarket Research Future (MRFR), in its revised “Composable Infrastructure Market Share” report, mentions that the market can strike a 58.10% CAGR from 2018 to 2024.On the conclusion of 2024, the global market is likely value at USD 5.80 Bn, reveals MRFR.Advantages offered by composable infrastructure, such as maximized speed and greater agility can develop the efficiency of IT and data centers.Thus, the demand for composable infrastructure is high across different sectors, as they aid in improved productivity and maximum utilization of storage resources.Other advantages, such as quicker infrastructure provision, reducing downtime, and low operational costs are identified as major boosters of the Composable Infrastructure Market Share.Get Free Sample Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/7752SegmentationBy cloud type, the market is segmented into public, private, and hybrid.By type, the market is segmented into hardware and softwareBy organization size, the market is segmented into large enterprises and SMEs.By vertical, the market is segmented into IT and telecommunication, BFSI, government, healthcare, manufacturing and others.Key Players:The prominent players in the Composable Infrastructure Market Share are Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, HGST Inc., Dell EMC, Cisco Systems Inc., Lenovo Group Ltd., DriveScale Inc., TidalScale Inc., Liqid Inc., OSS, Cloudistics, and Quanta Cloud Technology.The prominent players keep innovating and investing in research and development to present a cost-effective product portfolio.There has been recent mergers and acquisitions among the key players, a strategy the business entities leverage to strengthen their reach to the customers.Regional AnalysisThe global market for composable infrastructure is estimated to grow at a significant rate during the forecast period from 2019 to 2024.
Market HighlightsComposable Infrastructure is a next-generation data center architecture that is designed to address scale and dynamic requirements of modern workloads by disaggregating compute, storage and network resources into separate pools.Key benefits of composable infrastructure solutions include higher resource utilization, reduction in overprovisioning of resources, reduced infrastructure and operational costs, efficient sharing of resources across clusters, on-demand composing of servers and clusters through software, and faster deployment and integration.Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, one of the leading composable infrastructure providers, offers composable infrastructure through its Synergy Platform, that provides disaggregated resource pools for compute, storage, and fabric allowing IT administrators to configure and manage these resources through software to meet the specific workload requirements.Cisco Systems Inc. offers composable infrastructure through UCS M-Series modular servers, specially designed for intensive workloads such as online gaming and UCS C3260 rack servers designed for data-centric workloads such as big data analytics.However, single vendor-lock-in period is a major challenge for the adoption of composable infrastructure among enterprises which is limiting the market growth.Get Free Sample Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/7752SegmentationBy cloud type, the market is segmented into public, private, and hybrid.By type, the market is segmented into hardware and softwareBy organization size, the market is segmented into large enterprises and SMEs.By vertical, the market is segmented into IT and telecommunication, BFSI, government, healthcare, manufacturing and others.Key Players:The prominent players in the Composable Infrastructure Market are Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, HGST Inc., Dell EMC, Cisco Systems Inc., Lenovo Group Ltd., DriveScale Inc., TidalScale Inc., Liqid Inc., OSS, Cloudistics, and Quanta Cloud Technology.The prominent players keep innovating and investing in research and development to present a cost-effective product portfolio.There has been recent mergers and acquisitions among the key players, a strategy the business entities leverage to strengthen their reach to the customers.Regional AnalysisThe global market for composable infrastructure is estimated to grow at a significant rate during the forecast period from 2019 to 2024.
So, sooner or later, quantum computers, which is an emerging technology that takes advantage of quantum physics to solve certain problems that are impossible to be solved on traditional computers, may become a bigger issue than most IT organisations appreciate as cybercriminals will have the resources to build their quantum computers.Google recently claimed to have a made a breakthrough in quantum computing, pointing to a machine that has solved a problem in 200 seconds that would normally take a supercomputer over 10,000 years to figure out.If true, the news could have big implications on the security and integrity of the cryptography behind modern blockchains.IBM and some other companies have been doing researches on quantum computing for the last couple of years and there are some solutions but none has come out with a standardised or certified quantum-safe cryptographic solutions.Kadan Stadelmann, CTO at Komodo, a multi-chain blockchain architecture platform, told TechRadar Middle East that quantum computing poses dangers to blockchain and cryptocurrency.Komodo provides different technologies for software developers and researches to build their own open and composable blockchain platform.
Microsoft’s ambition to build a folding device has been the subject of much speculation over the past few years.A series of patent filings revealed what appeared to be a dual-screen tablet that could operate in several different ways.Then there were the codenames—Andromeda and Centaurus—and what appeared to be a planned new version of Windows, based on the Windows Core OS that uses a composable shell to power both HoloLens 2 and the second-generation Surface Hub wall screens.The Andromeda foldable phone appeared to be canceled, though the Centaurus tablet had at least one internal showing at Microsoft.But Microsoft’s veil of secrecy kept it all hidden.Then came 2019’s Surface hardware event and the curtain was drawn back.
Market Research Future published a research report on “Composable Infrastructure Market Research Report – Global Forecast till 2024” – Market Analysis, Scope, Stake, Progress, Trends and Forecast to 2024.Market HighlightsComposable Infrastructure is a next-generation data center architecture that is designed to address scale and dynamic requirements of modern workloads by disaggregating compute, storage and network resources into separate pools.Key benefits of composable infrastructure solutions include higher resource utilization, reduction in overprovisioning of resources, reduced infrastructure and operational costs, efficient sharing of resources across clusters, on-demand composing of servers and clusters through software, and faster deployment and integration.Cisco Systems Inc. offers composable infrastructure through UCS M-Series modular servers, specially designed for intensive workloads such as online gaming and UCS C3260 rack servers designed for data-centric workloads such as big data analytics.However, single vendor-lock-in period is a major challenge for the adoption of composable infrastructure among enterprises which is limiting the market growth.Get Free Sample Copy of Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/7752SegmentationBy cloud type, the market is segmented into public, private, and hybrid.By type, the market is segmented into hardware and softwareBy organization size, the market is segmented into large enterprises and SMEs.By vertical, the market is segmented into IT and telecommunication, BFSI, government, healthcare, manufacturing and others.Key Players:The prominent players in the Composable Infrasrtructure Market are Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, HGST Inc., Dell EMC, Cisco Systems Inc., Lenovo Group Ltd., DriveScale Inc., TidalScale Inc., Liqid Inc., OSS, Cloudistics, and Quanta Cloud Technology.The prominent players keep innovating and investing in research and development to present a cost-effective product portfolio.There has been recent mergers and acquisitions among the key players, a strategy the business entities leverage to strengthen their reach to the customers.Regional AnalysisThe global market for composable infrastructure is estimated to grow at a significant rate during the forecast period from 2019 to 2024.The geographical analysis of composable infrastructure market is covered for the regions namely North America (US, Canada, Mexico), Europe (UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, the rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, Singapore, Australia, the rest of Asia-Pacific) and the rest of the world (the Middle East and Africa and South America).North America region dominates the market due to the presence of key market players such as Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, HGST Inc., Dell EMC, and Cisco Systems Inc., investing in the development of composable infrastructure for data centers which is driving the market growth.
Companies must take advantage of great business ideas fast in order to compete effectively and continuously innovate.An open, hybrid cloud platform delivers compute, storage, and networking resources to help developers quickly and simply build clouds and apps.This video explains how HPE Composable Cloud for ProLiant DL offers the cloud speed, scale, and economics to innovate faster.Read more information about HPE Composable Cloud here.
US chipmaker Marvell Technology has created 400Gbps silicon for Ethernet switches, destined for data centres that live at the edge of the network.The shiny new Prestera CX 8500 family supports 32 ports of 400Gbps or 256 ports of 50Gbps – that's up to 12.8Tb per second of total bandwidth.The chips integrate two technologies proprietary to Marvell.The first, Storage Aware Flow Engine (or SAFE), offers visibility into network flows that should help orchestrate disaggregated, virtual storage – think composable infrastructure and NVMe over fabrics.Forwarding Architecture, the second, uses Slices of Terabit Ethernet Routers (or FASTER, these guys are really nailing their acronyms) to reduce the number of network layers in a data centre.At least that is what it says on the tin.
It should be no surprise that Python continues to grow in popularity.Data Scientists, Machine Learning (ML) developers, and all manner of data junkies love the ease of creating Python code – but many are put off by the slow execution that’s inherent with most interpreted languages like Python.It was with one goal – accelerating Python execution performance – that lead to the creation of Intel Distribution for Python, a set of tools that let anyone speed Python application performance right out of the box, usually with no code changes required.Intel Distribution for Python* speeds NumPy, SciPy, and scikit-learn by integrating the Intel Math Kernel Library (Intel MKL) and Intel Data Analytics Acceleration Library (Intel DAAL), both written in C and assembler, to speed up Python math functions.Also, Intel Distribution for Python* incorporates the latest advances in vectorization and threading, Numba, and Cython to deliver composable parallelism with Threaded Building Blocks (TBB).The boost to high-performance computing (HPC) applications and other Python code can be dramatic.
Move comes amid push to develop composable disaggregated infrastructureEricsson and Intel have announced a new multi-year partnership that will see the two co-develop a “next-generation” hardware management platform designed to underpin Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV), distributed cloud, and 5G and boost network/data centre flexibility as workloads grow more volatile.(NFV allows users to run network functions on general-purpose hardware, scale network functions up and down easily and automate service delivery).The two described the platform as being designed to “extend the agility of the cloud to the hardware infrastructure layer” and “help speed time-to-market, maximize utilization, and reduce total cost of ownership” for service providers.Lars Mårtensson, Head of Cloud & NFV infrastructure, Business Area Digital Services, Ericsson, says: “We have long history of successful collaboration with Intel.”“This new collaboration will focus on software in addition to hardware and we see it to be truly transformative for service providers’ ability to successfully deploy open cloud and NFV infrastructure, from centralized datacenters to the edge.”
Microsoft is working on adapting Windows to work on foldable devices.Sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans tell The Verge that the software maker is making foldable devices and dual-screen hardware a big investment area for both Windows and Surface.This investment includes adapting Windows itself and its many built-in apps to work across foldable displays and devices with dual screens.While Microsoft has been experimenting with its own hardware with dual-screens, codenamed Andromeda, the company has also been working with Intel and other OEMs to be ready for the next few years of experimentation.PC makers famously developed a range of 2-in-1 devices for Windows 8 more than five years ago, and we’re expecting to see a similar effort for dual-screen and foldable devices for Windows in the coming years.Most of this work is related to Microsoft’s Composable Shell (C-Shell) and Windows Core OS, a more modular version of the existing Windows Shell that powers many parts of Windows 10 today.
Composable systems supplier Liqid has added Optane SSDs to its cocktail of dynamic, roll-your-own server systems – the first amongst a crowd of composable vendors that are sure to follow suit.The idea of composable systems is that unlike physical servers and hyper-converged systems, users start out with a rack of pooled server components and, using software, set up a server that suits the needs of a particular workload, with regards to the amount of compute, storage, and network bandwidth, and use it to run the workload.When that is finished, the components are returned to the pool for re-use, and the overall rack of server components is used more efficiently than with fixed configuration servers; that’s the theory.Liqid, working with Chinese server maker Inspur, had four components covered in March: compute, GPUs, storage and networking.It added FPGAs to the mix in November and has now added Intel P4800X Optane SSDs.These use 3D XPoint media, which is non-volatile and faster-responding than flash, although slower than DRAM.
HPE seems to think soHPE Discover 2018 HPE is updating its wares to reduce the skill level needed to deploy its so-called composable infrastructure.That's its fancy term for pools of networking, storage, and compute resources, all managed as one platform through software and automation, and not necessarily all on-premises.It looks like hyperconverged infrastructure if you squint enough.At its Discover shindig, which is taking place this week in Spain, the manufacturer said it is “unveiling the next phase of its composable strategy,” which, so far, means:Updates to HPE Onesphere, its as-a-service hybrid cloud management suite.
Liqid has added FPGAs to the list of compute resources its customers can use to compose workload-specific computing systems.An FPGA (field-programmable gate array) is a flexible compute chip composed of logic blocks, designed to be programmed or configured "in the field" using a hardware description language.They are more versatile than ASICs, which have a fixed function.Liqid's GRID product involves PCIe-based fabric hardware and Command Center orchestration software.It lets customers dynamically set up or compose CPU-GPU-NVMe storage-NIC combinations for specific workloads.Now FPGAs on Xilinx Alveo cards can be added to that mix, extending the range of workloads covered.
Microsoft is demonstrating its Surface Hub 2 hardware for the first time today.The software maker used a Surface Hub 2 during a keynote at the Microsoft Ignite conference today.It’s the first time we’ve seen the Surface Hub 2 in public, and more importantly the first time we’ve seen Microsoft reveal some of the software that will power it.Microsoft’s demonstration involved rotating the 50-inch display to show off the smooth animations that let content move on the display.It’s part of a new Windows Core OS (WCOS) effort inside Microsoft to modularize its operating system to run as clever modes on clever hardware.Microsoft has been working on WCOS and its Composable Shell (C-Shell) for years, and both efforts will allow Windows to run on new hardware.
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