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Cloud computing who’s foe or friend nec kukita


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Cloud computing who’s foe or friend nec kukita

  1. 1. Cloud Computing :Who’s Foe or Friend ? December, 2011 NEC Corporation
  2. 2. 1st Wave – Accommodate Workload Variance▐ An ideal service for users whose demand changes drastically or unpredictably, such as Game Developers, new start-up companies▐ Needs well supported by cloud service providers with a huge scale or abundant capacity Source : Page 2 NEC Confidential
  3. 3. Public Cloud and Private Cloud▐ Large Enterprise can built its own Private Cloud▐ How about SME ? Cloud Public Cloud The Internet Private Cloud Inside the Enterprise Page 3 NEC Confidential
  4. 4. 2nd Wave – General Application/Resource for SME▐ IT Outsourcing Trend by Enterprises  Hardware : Server, Storage By 2012,  Software : Application 20% of businesses will own no IT assets (Gartner)▐ It is the Value in Aggregation that is Significant  For SME - Identity NEC “Carrier Cloud”  For local, small ISVs - Billing Proposition - Access - Performance - Security App App App App App App Telecom Operator App App App App App App NW service BB Market Place VPN Access Market Place Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise Enterprise Page 4 NEC Confidential
  5. 5. Case : SaaS by Telefonica Spain 40 More than different applications 50,000 customers Page 5 NEC Confidential
  6. 6. 3rd Wave – Vertical Industry Specific Application▐ Retail, Logistics, Physical Security, Education, Healthcare, Hospitality, …▐ Vertical applications were implemented as a system integration job for the few top companies in each industry▐ Cloud computing potentially creates a new market, namely “Vertical Application for SME”  Typical SME is not equipped with sophisticated IT expertise  Employees are professional in their own subject, not in IT Page 6 NEC Confidential
  7. 7. Wider Cloud with NEC SMBEnterprises Developers Hospitals Schools Hospitality Logistics Retails Expanding … - Virtual Servers - Service - ERP Environments - CRM Healthcare Education Hospitality Logistics Retail - On-line Storage for - Web conference Developers - E-mail - On-line Backup - Collaboration M2M Connectivity - Antivirus - others… IaaS PaaS SaaS Digital Signage ID Biometrics Infrastructure Platform Software as a Service as a Service as a Service Cloud Orchestration “Common Management Layer” for Portal, Ordering, Provisioning, Data Center and Network Management Page 7 NEC Confidential
  8. 8. NEC’s Smart City Vision▐ The City Operations Center is the brain of “Smart City”▐ The City Network is the nerve Smart Grid Airport Education Harbor Business Energy Public safety Disaster Management System prevention Network Railway Intelligent transport system E-government Medical care Stadium Automotive Home Energy Electric Vehicle Management System Page 8 NEC Confidential
  9. 9. Summary▐ Cloud computing is here to stay  It is the time to figure out which part of the eco-system you will play▐ Brokerage is critical for mass deployment  “Aggregation” is the first step  Telecom operators, DC operators and System Integrators are qualified candidates▐ Cloud computing can be the basis for much more, such as Smart City to realize Digital Bangladesh 2021▐ NEC is a leading provider of mobile and cloud products and various vertical industry solutions Page 9 NEC Confidential
  10. 10. www.e-asia.orgPage 10 NEC Confidential