Cloud Computing : Technology, Business Opportunity and Patent Analysis

2015-07-17
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Published : Jul-2015
No. of Pages : 24

Due to the prevalence of Internet, cloud has affected the way people receive emails, connect to social networks, chat with a friend, watch a self-made Youtube video, download mobile apps, purchase tickets and goods online, just to list a few. This report provides an overview development of cloud computing and examines deployment strategies of established players such as Google, Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, Intel, Yahoo, Cisco, Oracle, HP, Apple, EMC, SAP, Symantec. Also included are R&D intensity ranking of 30 major assignees and the in-depth analysis of the 10 most important cloud computing patents.

List of Topics

  • Overview of the cloud computing technology, including Saas, PaaS, and IaaS
  • Major technology fields and sectors identified using data mining; also included are top 30 assignees, their patent deployment, and R&D intensity
  • Detailed analysis of the 10 most important cloud computing patent assignees’ deployment by technology fields
  •  Analysis of deployment strategies of established players such as Google, Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, Intel, Yahoo, Cisco, Oracle, HP, Apple, EMC, SAP, and Symantec

Companies covered

Alibaba, Amazon, Apple, AT&T, Bank of America, Canon, Cisco, Deutsche Bank, EMC, Fujitsu, Google, Hitachi, HP, IBM, Intel, JPMorgan Chase Bank, Matsushita, Microsoft, MicroUnity Systems, NEC, Oracle, Panasonic, Samsung, SanDisk, SAP, Sony, Sun Microsystems, Symantec, Teradata, Toshiba, Yahoo

Filed in: Information Technology, Software and Services
Publisher : Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute, MIC
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