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Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is a cloud computing model where a hosting service provider offers computing infrastructure and resources to other organizations. IaaS hosting may include servers, the network backbone and data storage. Organisations rent or buy services based on their needs. One advantage is that organisations can up- or downscale computing resources when required. In this category you find our news articles about IaaS Hosting.

Public Cloud and PaaS Workloads Forecast to Have Revenues of $400 billion in 2025

According to a new IDC prediction, revenue for combined Public Cloud IaaS and PaaS workloads would reach $400 billion in 2025, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 28.8% for the forecast period of 2021-2025.

Worldstream Expands into Germany, Adds Data Center in Frankfurt with maincubes

Worldstream, a fast-growing global IaaS services provider with company-owned data centers in the Netherlands and more than 15,000 dedicated servers installed, is expanding its presence across Europe with the deployment of a new data center in maincubes’ FRA01 facility in Frankfurt, Germany.

Leaseweb Acquires IaaS Hosting Provider iWeb in Canada

Founded in 1996, iWeb, previously part of INAP, iWeb is now acquired by global IaaS hosting provider Leaseweb. INAP (also known as Internap) paid $145 million for iWeb back in 2013. Financial terms of current acquisition by Leaseweb were not disclosed.

Zenlayer Launches Software-Defined Global Network Accelerator Service

Zenlayer has recently announced the rollout of Zenlayer Global Accelerator (ZGA). The ZGA is a network acceleration service that would significantly enhance interactive digital experiences for businesses serving globally distributed users.

Worldstream Introduces Portfolio of 12 IT Solutions ‘As-a-Service’

Worldstream, a fast-growing provider of IT infrastructure solutions with over 15,000 servers deployed in company-owned data centers in the Rotterdam/The Hague region, the Netherlands, has launched a fully new software-defined product range with 12 new infrastructure IT solutions ‘as-a-service.’

IaaS Provider phoenixNAP Adds SUSE Rancher Integration

Global Infrastructure as a Service provider phoenixNAP, a company offering cloud infrastructure, bare metal, dedicated servers, and colocation solutions, has launched SUSE Rancher servers within its Bare Metal Cloud (BMC) platform.

Virtuozzo Acquires Cloud Solutions Provider for MSPs, OnApp

Virtuozzo, a global pioneer in high-efficiency virtualization and hyperconverged software solutions, is acquiring OnApp - a well-known London-based software firm focusing on cloud solutions for service providers.

QuadraNet Joins Sandler Partners’ Master Agent Portfolio

IaaS solutions provider QuadraNet, based in Los Angeles, will be joining Sandler Partners’ portfolio of 200+ “market-leading” suppliers. Thousands of technology agent partners around the United States rely on Sandler Partners, one of America’s fastest growing master agents, for best-in-class cloud, colocation, business continuity, and security solutions.

NVIDIA Adds New Technologies to Its HGX Platform to Accelerate Industrial AI and HPC

NVIDIA has added three new technologies to its HGX AI supercomputing platform to help speed the new era of industrial AI and HPC: the NVIDIA A100 80GB PCIe GPU, NVIDIA NDR 400G InfiniBand networking, and NVIDIA Magnum IO GPUDirect Storage software.

phoenixNAP’S Bare Metal Cloud Platform Now Available in Chicago

Global Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider phoenixNAP, a company delivering dedicated servers, cloud and colocation services, has announced the general availability of its Bare Metal Cloud platform in Chicago, Illinois.

IDC: Investments in Quantum Computing to Increase in Next 24 Months

Investments in quantum computing are projected to increase in the next 24 months, according to IDC. The number of organizations allocating more than 17% of their annual IT budgets for this technology is expected to rise from 7% in 2021 to an estimated 19% in 2023.