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10 Hyperscale Data Center Companies To Watch In 2021

From Amazon and Microsoft to Equinix and Nvidia, here are the 10 hyperscale data center companies you need to follow in 2021.

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Oracle

CEO: Safra Catz

Oracle was on pace to build 20 new data centers worldwide in 2020 as part of its largest data center expansion effort in the company’s history to boost Oracle Cloud.

The second-largest software company in the world is on scheduled to have 36 availability regions by mid-2021, a big increase from around 15 regions in 2019. Some of Oracle’s new data centers are located in Australia, Amsterdam, Montreal, Japan and Saudi Arabia, to name a few.

Oracle has launched several major cloud services including Oracle Cloud Guard and Oracle Maximum Security Zones to reduce cloud security risks, as well as its on-premises Cloud@Customer services. The Oracle Autonomous Database provisions databases, configures specific workloads and scale compute resources when needed.

By betting big on building new data centers and revamping its cloud strategy, Oracle is setting itself up to compete with the big three cloud leaders in 2021.

 

 
 
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