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Canalys: Chinese cloud infrastructure spending reaches almost $3B a quarter

23:16 | 2 December expand

Canalys: Chinese cloud infrastructure spending reaches almost $3B a quarter

Canalys released its latest cloud infrastructure spending numbers for China today, and it’s all trending upward.

For starters, the market reached $2.9 billion for the quarter, an increase of 60.8%. China now accounts for 10.4% of worldwide cloud spending, meaning its second only to the US in overall spending.

That is pretty amazing given that China was late in coming to the cloud, but also not surprising given the sheer size of the overall potential market. Once it got going, it was bound to gain momentum simply because of that size. Still, it is surprising that it is three times the size in terms of marketshare of the next closest country, according to Canalys.

Most of the business is going to Chinese cloud companies. Alibaba, which like Amazon has a retail arm and a cloud arm, leads the way by far with 45% of the marketshare worth $1.3 billion. Tencent is second with 18.6%, followed by AWS with 8.6% and Baidu with 8.2%. AWS was the only non-Chinese company to register any marketshare.

Canalys: Chinese cloud infrastructure spending reaches almost $3B a quarter

Wong Yih Khai, senior analyst at Canalys, says the market demand for cloud infrastructure services in China continues to grow at a rapid pace led by demand for artificial intelligence services.

“With this growing demand, cloud service providers are having to differentiate themselves in a highly competitive environment. One of the key emerging differentiators, especially among local cloud service providers, is the development of artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities, either as a service or embedded in their own offerings. AI for facial recognition is already widely used across the country in many smart city deployments and will be a key part of healthcare, retail, finance, transport and industry cloud solutions,” he said in a statement.

Interestingly enough, the marketshare breaks down somewhat like worldwide marketshare, where Amazon leads with around 34% with Microsoft in second with around 15% and Google in third with around 8%.

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