Cloud infrastructure sales to drop in 2019 - analyst

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Cloud infrastructure sales to drop in 2019 - analyst

IDC says erratic spending from public cloud providers the main contributor

Revenues in the cloud infrastructure market will drop from a stellar 2018, affected by erratic demand from hyperscale service providers, according to IDC. The analyst has lowered its 2019 revenues forecast...

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