amazon, microsoft, ecloudvalley, wiadvance expect fast growing demand for cloud computing services in taiwan

eCloudvalley Digital Technology and WiAdvance Technology expect demand for cloud computing services in Taiwan to be growing fast.

eCloudvalley is an Amazon Web Services partner for premier tier services, managed service provider and advanced tier training as well as a Microsoft LSP (licensing solution partner), according to company general manager Linda Lin. It has also exchanged sales agent rights with fellow company Dunacloud and stepped into marketing of Google Cloud Platform services, Lin noted.

In Taiwan, demand for cloud computing services faces off-season effects from May to August and peaks in the fourth quarter, Lin indicated. eCloudvalley had first-half 2022 revenues of NT$3.664 billion (US$123 million) from cloud services, growing 22.83% on year and hopes to see the revenues for 2022 rise 30% on year. Currently, gaming, software, Internet services, financial services and public affairs are major areas of application of eCloudvalley’s cloud computing services.

WiAdvance focuses second-half 2022 operation in Taiwan on promoting application of cloud computing services to financial fields, said company president Michael Hsia. The government has relaxed the related regulations boosting digital transformation of financial services, Hsia noted. WiAdvance eyes an on-year growth of 50% in the corresponding sales for 2022, Hsia added.

Microsoft will focus cloud computing services in Taiwan over the next five years on application to financial services, medical care, manufacturing, retail and public utilities, according to Microsoft Taiwan general manager Sean Pien.

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