There’s a case to be made that Microsoft has become the largest and most influential cloud vendor globally, surpassing AWS.
Customers can converse with Amazon’s retail AI assistant Rufus and ask questions in context, such as whether a product is suitable for a particular purpose.
Snowflake, Workday, and Salesforce experience the greatest market cap percentage gains among the Cloud Wars Top 10. The index reflects customer confidence in these firms.
The Cloud Wars Cloud and AI Confidence Index reaches an all-time high, led by Microsoft, Google, and Amazon, which all gained well over $1 trillion in market cap.
Andy Jassy claims AWS had the cloud market’s highest incremental revenue gain, overlooking Microsoft’s superior figures, leading to questions about his perception of cloud services.
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy’s remarks on cloud providers raise questions about whether the company is evolving in line with customer requirements.
IBM has expanded the list of countries — to include four in Europe — in which partners can sell IBM applications listed in the AWS Marketplace to customers.
Google boosts investments, allocating $11 billion in Q4 2023 and eyeing $50 billion in 2024 for technical infrastructure, fueled by the GenAI Revolution and Gemini AI models.
Google Cloud’s making a significant investment of $50 billion in technical infrastructure for the year 2024 to power its AI products and services.
The NFL has continued its partnership with AWS to develop tools using AI and machine learning to advance analytics in the sports industry, and AWS’ technology will feature prominently in the Super Bowl.
Cloud Wars Top 10 companies are investing outside technology centers, increasing those locations’ profile in tech and helping them build a more tech-savvy workforce.
Google Cloud claims the #1 spot in the Cloud Wars growth chart with a 25.7% growth rate and $9.2 billion in revenue, amid shifting industry dynamics.
Google Cloud has a narrow lead on the Cloud Wars growth chart; Microsoft’s growth is remarkable; and the GenAI Revolution continues to impact the top cloud vendors.
Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian discusses the company’s growth, attributing it to customer trust and a focus on delivering innovation.
AI Index Ep 24: Accenture and Unilever announce partnership for GenAI; Amazon fund invests in robotics and AI; and Vertice provides cloud expense management.
Amazon framework would apply generative AI with pre-trained large language models (LLMs) to the process of database debugging.
IBM CEO Arvind Krishna emphasizes customer-centric innovation and co-creation, shifting from traditional selling to shared thinking, innovation, and opportunity with partners for mutual growth.
AI Index Ep 23: Amazon Updates Alexa and Echo with GenAI; Robin AI secures funds for its legal copilot; and Volkswagen embeds ChatGPT-based voice assistant.
Our top products to watch this year range from applications with comprehensive supply chain functionality to transportation-focused specialty apps.
AWS and NVIDIA have joined forces to introduce a cutting-edge supercomputing platform for generative AI.