In 2020, China’s PC market affected by the epidemic was like being on a roller coaster. In the first quarter of 2020, China’s PC market dropped by 28.1% year on year, but the growth rate in the next three quarters is about 10% year on year. IDC predicts that China’s PC market will grow by […]
China Cloud Computing
Top cloud computing companies in China include Alibaba Cloud, Tencent, Baidu, JD, China Telecom, etc. Overall, Alibaba has the largest market share in China while Baidu leads in AI Cloud. Find out more.
China Cloud Computing Market Forecast
By 2021, more than 90% of Chinese enterprises will rely on a combination of local/exclusive private clouds, multiple public clouds, and legacy platforms to meet their infrastructure needs, according to IDC.
By 2022, 50% of enterprises will deploy unified VMS, Kubernetes, and multi-cloud management processes and tools to support multi-cloud management and governance across local and public cloud deployments.
By 2022, 60% of China's top 500 enterprises will invest in the automation, orchestration and development life cycle management of cloud-native applications and platforms.
By 2023, 90% of new digital services will use services provided by the public cloud and internal APIs to build composite applications; half of them will use artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).
By 2023, 50% of Chinese enterprise applications will be deployed in a containerized hybrid / multi-cloud environment to provide an agile, seamless deployment and management experience.
By 2024, 10% of the internal workload of the enterprise will be supported by the public cloud stack outside the data center of the public cloud service provider, located in the customer data center and at the edge.
By 2024, 55% of Chinese enterprises will reduce the cost and complexity of enterprise application customization by investing in SaaS applications and platforms in specific industries.
By 2024, 50% of large Chinese enterprises will rely on the help of third-party service providers (SPs) in container, open-source and cloud-native application development.
By 2025, 50% of China's enterprise IT infrastructure spending will be allocated to the public cloud, and a quarter of enterprise IT applications will run on public cloud services.
After more than ten years of development in the Chinese market, cloud computing has evolved from a purely central cloud infrastructure that mainly meets resource-based needs to a new generation that gathers various information technologies, covers deployment in different regions, and takes into account the specific needs of vertical industries. The cloud platform ecosystem can […]
In the first half of 2020, China’s enterprise SaaS market reached US$1.36 billion, an increase of 27% YoY. CRM has 59% market share. Considering the impact of the epidemic, small and medium-sized companies will slow down their investment in IT . IDC China has reduced the growth forecast of the enterprise SaaS market in the […]
In the first half of 2020, China’s edge computing server market was about US$1.113 billion and is expected to reach US$2.782 billion at the end of 2020, an increase of 20.6% compared with the same period in 2019. IDC predicts that from 2019 to 2024, the compound annual growth rate of China’s edge computing server […]
A recent Forrester report used 33 criteria to rank JD Cloud & AI first in the areas of strategy layout, product capability covering AI and machine learning, infrastructure management and operation, as well as market performance for Q4 2020.
Under China’s “new infrastructure” development plan, data center is listed as a key development project in 2020. Tencent, Alibaba, and Baidu all have set ambitious goals; local governments have responded positively; first-tier cities, such as Shanghai and Shenzhen, which are in short supply of land resources, have also shown some degree of policy flexibility. Driven […]
Cloudflare announced a significant strategic partnership with JD Cloud & AI, the cloud and intelligent technology business unit of JD.com (Jingdong).
Alibaba Cloud, or called Aliyun in China, announced that it has the third biggest market share in the global Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market and the biggest in the Asia Pacific region for the third year in a row in 2019, according to a report from Gartner.
Baidu Smart Cloud officially released “Cloud Mobile Phone”. The so-called Cloud Mobile Phone is a virtual smartphone with all applications running on the cloud so that the performance of the mobile phones can no longer be limited by its hardware. Baidu Cloud Phone is a combination of ARM server, cloud computing, and Android OS. It […]
China’s cloud infrastructure services market grew 66.9% and reached US$3.3 billion in total spending in Q4 2019, accounting for 10.8% and the second largest of the global market, according to data from Canalys.
Baidu delivered a solid second quarter in 2019 with revenues reaching RMB 26.3 billion, growing 9% QoQ, and Baidu Core revenues growing 12% QoQ. In June, Baidu App DAUs reached 188 million, up 27% year over year, in-app search queries grew over 20% year over year and smart mini program MAUs reached 270 million, up […]
A Gartner research shows Database Management Systems (DBMS) cloud services are already $10.4 billion of the $46.1 billion DBMS market in 2018. And, the overall DBMS Market grew at 18.4% from 2017 to 2018 – its best growth in over a decade. Cloud DBMS accounted for 68% of that growth.
The cloud computing for video market in China reached US$46.5 million in 2018, with Alibaba Cloud being the biggest vendor (42.5%). 80% of China’s leading live streaming sites or apps are using Alibaba Cloud to power their operations. The cloud computing for video market totaled 3.12 billion yuan (US$466.13 million) market in 2018, an increase […]
The top 5 public cloud services providers in China are all local companies, with Alibaba taking a disproportionally large share of 43%. Roughly 40% of the top 500 enterprises and 50% of listed companies in China are using Alibaba Cloud.
China’s online healthcare market is estimated to reach 17.7 billion yuan (US$2.61bn) with a YoY growth of 17.2% in 2018 and grow to 20.4 billion yuan (US$3bn) by 2019 according to data from iResearch. B2C medicine e-commerce contributes the largest share of the total market size (89.2% in 2017), followed by advertising revenues.