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|2nd July 2010, 11:45||#31|
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Isn't extreme high speed network a precursor to cloud computing?
I don't think computer hardware or software is that expensive compared to broadband bandwidth charges in India.
May be suitable for leased lines by corporates - but to Individual/"retail customers" as we call it - no.
|2nd July 2010, 12:59||#32|
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those services would be available for 'free' in a cloud i guess. take an example of google docs !
paid service is more so to do with high end hardware (servers / extreme storage space / multi location networking etc.) and specialised / costly software services.
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