At a company event held in Las Vegas this week, Technology firm IBM has announced bettering its virtualization, image management, and cloud computing technologies.
The company has also showcased newly-created software, which would help expand the existing virtualized cloud computing systems.
IBM had spent more than $17 billion on developing hardware and software for cloud computing, and by 2013, it is expected to invest nearly $45 billion in the sector.
“Cloud computing is clearly gaining share of voice in the IT ecosphere as a result of its ability to provide dynamic scheduling, provisioning, and management of virtualized computing resources on demand,” said a technologist.
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