back to article Just four titans share almost two thirds of global cloud infrastructure spend, with AWS and Microsoft dominant

Sixty five per cent of all the money customers spent globally on infrastructure clouds in Q4 went into the pocket of AWS, Microsoft, Google and Alibaba, according to the latest research by analyst house Canalys. In the final three months of 2020, $39.9bn was invested in Infrastructure-as-a-Service and Platform-as-a-Service, a …

  1. trevorde Silver badge

    Meanwhile at Apple...

    "What shall we do with this *huge* pile of cash? Hmmm, build a new cloud plat... OOOOH! SHINY!!"

    1. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

      Re: Meanwhile at Apple...

      "What shall we do with this *huge* pile of cash? Hmmm, build a new cloud plat... OOOOH! SHINY!!" ..... trevorde

      If you're spending rather than generating/receiving piles of cash in that game, trevorde, you're definitely doing things/everything wrong.

      It's a dead cert earner rather than bottomless money pit ....... although doing things wrong can certainly result in that unpleasant latter situation and worthless predicament.

  2. Cliff Thorburn

    What Apple and Co should do with some of that shiny pile of cash is offer retribution to long suffering test pilots of great game shenanigans who unwillingly took part in intellectual property development, and transhumanism flights of fantasy gaslighting plausably undeniable programs ....

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