Cloud Computing in Education Sector Market Analysis, Growth Forecast Analysis by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application to 2026 |Covid-19 Recovery

Cloud Computing in Education Sector Market Analysis Growth Forecast Analysis
The recent report on the Cloud Computing in Education Sector market is an exhaustive analysis of this industry space, and is inclusive of sufficient information pertaining to various parameters such as current market dynamics, market share, industry size, periodic deliverables, present renumeration, anticipated growth prospects as well as estimated profit margins amassed by the market over the forecast period. An extensive summary about the performance of the market during the analysis timeline is presented in the report. Information with regards to the driving factors which will favor the market in the coming years, alongside the growth rate registered by the industry over the forecast timeframe is entailed in the report. Moreover, the Cloud Computing in Education Sector market report enlists the key challenges prevailing in the business...

How South Africa CHPC Responded to Unprecedented Computing Needs To Address the COVID-19 Pandemic

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The South Africa Center for High Performance Computing (CHPC) has joined the ranks of HPC centers who are converging their supercomputing and cloud infrastructures. The 1.3 petaFLOPS Lengau supercomputer has been the fastest machine on the continent. Adding its OpenStack Production Cloud in early 2020 allowed users to begin taking advantage of orchestrated general purpose computing and storage resources. But, when South Africa went into lockdown on March 26, 2020, due to COVID-19, the country’s computing needs vastly outgrew the resources provided by Lengau and the OpenStack Production Cloud.Supercomputing at CHPCAs a key center for large-scale computing in Africa, South Africa CHPC supports both academic and industry research, and most recently was part of the effort to identify the South Africa variant of...

Cloud computing support accelerates COVID-19 vaccine improvements

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Apr 14, 2021 For more information, contact Wan Yee Lok This story is part of the “Making a difference” series, in which we shine a spotlight on the many ways—both big and small—that UBC community members are helping with the response to COVID-19. Share your story with us at [email protected] For the last 11 months, UBC biochemistry and molecular biology professor Prof. Leonard Foster (he/him/his) and his team have been studying how SARS-CoV-2 – the virus responsible for COVID-19 – attacks the human body, in hopes of developing a more targeted vaccine with fewer side effects. Prof. Foster is confident that this technology will accelerate the development of second-generation vaccine candidates. “There are many different approaches to developing a vaccine,” says Prof. Foster. “The...

COVID-19 fuels appetite for app modernization, AI and Edge Computing

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F5’s seventh annual State of Application Strategy (SOAS) report shows how the pandemic has advanced Digital Transformation across the world, with increased emphasis on AI, telemetry and multi-cloud deployments. COVID-19 has catalyzed the speed and depth of the world’s Digital Transformation efforts, according to F5’s latest State of Application Strategy (SOAS) report. Now in its seventh year, the research features survey inputs from 1,500 respondents from a wide range of industries, organization sizes and professional roles. This year’s report strongly underlines how the need to improve connectivity, reduce latency, ensure security and harness data-driven insights is intensifying. It also points to an elevated interest in cloud, As-a-Service solutions, Edge Computing and application security and delivery technologies. “The...