Supported by Conference on Cloud Computing & Enterprise Mobility TiE Hyderabad initiative 25th Mar 2011
Supported by Building Entrepreneurs in Cloud Computing & Enterprise Mobility businesses - TiE Hyderabad initiative VSRCharter Member – TiE Hyderabad Global Head – Oracle Practice, Mahindra Satyam 25th Mar 2011
Customer and Beneficiary expectations are very high today 10x speed, 10x Quality, 10x cheaper & 10x impatience anytime, anywhere, any device
The Sweet Spot: Addressing Bottom of the Pyramid (BOP) four billion people worldwide live on less than two dollars a day– addressing their life needs innovation. 60% of the 4 billion people live in China and India. We need thousands of entrepreneurs to change the world Build a profitable business and enable growth of economy, business & Quality of citizen lives… at 10x/10x/10x !!!
The need of the hour is to build innovative businesses by leveraging technology … Are we ready? Desktop or Mobile Applications Business to Business Business to Employee Business to Consumer Government to Citizen Middleware Machines PLATFORM Database Machines Computing Power Operating System Network INFRASTRUCTURE Storage Hardware (Servers)
Mission 2020 for Entrepreneurs Provide access to Computing Power and Software Applications (citizen, consumer, office productivity, business, entertainment etc.,) to ALL by 2020 at an affordable price from anywhere, anytime and any device If you have Innovation and Risk taking appetite there are plenty of opportunities… it is in your hands
Realizing Mission 2020 The two areas which we can not afford to ignore are! Cloud Computing Mobility
Desktop or Mobile it does not matter… COMPUTING POWER AVAILABILITY IS THE KEY It took almost 150+ years for India to take serious steps for electrification of urban and Rural India. We don’t have that much time to wait for having commercially viable Computing power for India
Government and Industry have been investing to generate computing power..
Government & Industry have established large data centers … but
Academia does not have the required money to build their own data centers
Common people do not have commercially viable high capacity computing power
Computing power generated by data centers is costing us significantly… the negative impact
World wide carbon emissions from Data Centers would quadruple by 2020
World wide 44 million servers consume 0.5% of electricity
Data Centers consume near 25% of total corporate IT Budgets
Computing power generated by data centers is costing us significantly… the negative impact (contd..)
Electricity consumption was equivalent to 14 power plants (The total electric bill to $7.2 billion worldwide)
Average utilization of hardware is only 5%-15% of the total capacity
60-70% of IT spent is on applications maintenance
Commercially viable Computing Power is the need of the hour
Small enterprises: No Data center still need Technology support to drive business
Occasional usage of IT applications not in regular use – why to invest?
Urgency in setting up the operations due to business demand: In weeks not in months?
Technology experimentation zones for developers/team: Set up in days not in months
Computing Power enables economy growth at rapid velocity Minimize IT Divide between Emerging and Developed economies Providing Leapfrog opportunities to emerging economies Creating new businesses and jobs ECONOMY ECONOMY ECONOMY Source: World Economic Forum
Computing Power enables Industry growth at rapid velocity Minimize IT Divide between Small and Large enterprises See the future of your business through simulation Collaborative design with supplier and customers BUSINESS BUSINESS MANUFACTURING Source: World Economic Forum
Computing Power enables providing better healthcare services Massive and flexible computing power for drug discovery Real Time health monitoring and alert distribution Shared Platform for Health and Insurances Services HEALTHCARE HEALTHCARE HEALTHCARE Source: World Economic Forum
Computing Power enables education growth Interactive / collaborative learning Access to teaching resources from all over the world Low cost simulation EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION Source: World Economic Forum
Customer has a choice… Own vs. Rent Computing Power Owning Computing power is called Private Cloud Computing Renting computing power is called Public Cloud Computing When to go for what? Public clouds are playing the key role in providing Commercially viable Computing Power
Cloud Computing & Enterprise Mobility Few thoughts…. The Market Potential
Indian IT Industry India IT Services Export revenues 1998 – 2010: $2 billion to $50+ billion 2020: $175 billion target Today’s Success Mantra:Accelerate the growth in a non-linear mode by delivering more with less. deliver more with less resources (human and computing resources). CLOUD COMPUTING ENABLES “DELIVERY MORE WITH LESS” 20
Worldwide, cloud services revenue is forecast to reach $68.3 billion in 2010
The industry is poised for strong growth through 2014, with revenues projected to reach $148.8 billion.
Gartner estimates that over the course of the next five years, enterprises will spend $112 billion cumulatively on software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and infrastructure as a service (IaaS), combined.
Cloud Computing demand in our mother land India According to the Zinnov report, by 2015, the cloud computing market in India will reach 1 Billion with SaaS capturing 650 Million dollars while PaaS and IaaS cumulatively get around 440 Million dollars
Enterprise Mobility Demand According to research firm Forrester, Enterprise mobility is the biggest single trend across the tech industry investment, even outpacing the cloud computing trend. The increasing importance of the space is reflected in robust market traction predictions for India as well. According to Frost & Sullivan, the enterprise mobility market in India was worth about Rs. 346 crore in FY2008-09 and is estimated to reach Rs 1,880 crore by FY 2015-16.Growth rates for the enterprise mobility market in India are estimated to be among the highest in the Asia region. As per Forrester research Mobile marketing will boom in 2011, crossing the $1 billion threshold for mobile display ads and search, as consumers search for goods, buy Groupon deals and make travel arrangements. Smart phones are becoming true alternative to the personal computer
TiE Hyderabad’s Commitment To build Entrepreneurs in Cloud Computing & Enterprise Mobility Areas
Realizing Mission 2020: TiE Hyderabad’s commitment
Inspire and educate entrepreneurs to invest on Cloud Computing & Enterprise Mobility businesses
Conduct regular workshops, conferences & other events to bring awareness on Cloud Computing & Enterprise Mobility business opportunities, challenges etc.,
Establish and drive Special Interest Groups in Cloud computing & Enterprise Mobility
Introduce to angel investors to provide funding for different ventures as per ROI
Establish volunteer base to advocate & promote this initiative
Few Opportunities which you could explore to invest (illustrative)
Few Opportunities which you could explore to invest (illustrative)
Sushruta is the father of surgery (2600 years ago).
Richest Country in the world till early 17th Century.
Contribution for concept of 365 days in a year
Let us collectively aim at transforming India into a Global Leader through spirit of Entrepreneurship “We owe a lot to the Indians, who taught us how to count, without which no worth while scientific discovery could have been made” --Albert Einstein
Thank you!VSRCharter Member – TiE Hyderabad Global Head – Oracle Practice, Mahindra Satyam http://vsr-blog.blogspot.com/http://twitter.com/#!/VSR111http://in.linkedin.com/in/vsr111