Cloud computing, along with mobility and ubiquitous broadband, is underpinning the creation of the Networked Society.
As we move towards a connected world, telecom operators have a unique opportunity to position themselves to capitalise on the growth of cloud services â€" both as providers and adopters of the technology. Telecom cloud is a business model that refers to the shift in telecommunication industries from the conventional machine based service to cloud computing service. This keeps the users connected to their data on server. Telecom cloud delivers immediate technical and profitable business values with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. Cloud computing lowers the cost of infrastructure and resources are shared more efficiently. This results in optimization of resource utilization in data centers.
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The key players of the global telecom cloud market are AT & T Inc. (U.S.), China Telecommunications Corporation (China), Telus Corporation (Canada), Fusion Telecommunications International, Inc.(U.S.), NTT Communications Corporation (Japan), T-Mobile International AG (Germany), Verzon Wireless (New Jersey, U.S.), Terremark Worldwide, Inc. (Florida, U.S.), Telstra Corporation Ltd. (Australia), BT Group plc (U.K.) among others.