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Cloud business driven by Moore's law and increased (mobile) bandwidth

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Cloud-application growth is mainly driven by increasing processing power/memory and decreasing cost according to Moore's law. Additionally, over the past years, bandwidth on fixed and mobile networks …

Cloud-application growth is mainly driven by increasing processing power/memory and decreasing cost according to Moore's law. Additionally, over the past years, bandwidth on fixed and mobile networks has increased, whereas latency was dercreased (esp. with LTE). These developments, in conjunction with cheaper and more powerful handsets, have allowed to transfer many applications' data to the cloud, e.g. music streaming, video streaming, file-storage or map-applications

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  • 1. Key performance drivers - Data storage - Processing power - Data transfer speed - Latency - Battery life - Processing power - Data storage Cloud business – driven by Moore‘s law and increased (mobile) bandwidth currently, primarily data- storage is being shifted from the device to the cloud; examples

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