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cloud computing

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The use of services made available on the internet for storing data and running software programs. Cloud computing replaces many of the traditional functions of the personal computer.

cloud computing

n
a model of computer use in which services stored on the internet are provided to users on a temporary basis
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DDF comes either as a cloud-based subscription (think: rental) that's priced based on plant size, number of users, operations complexity and such, or installed on premises (think: in-house or cloud-based datacenter) that's charged for a perpetual license (one-time cost plus annual maintenance fee).
The semiconductor SoC market has been expanding in recent years, with demand for various applications, such as Internet of things chips, wearable computing, smartphones, and cloud-based datacenters. Such applications have intensified the need for increased performance and lower power consumption.
Hatsize's current network of cloud-based datacenters is sited in North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.