, a division of The 451 Group, analyzes the financial and industry implications of developments affecting public and private companies within the IT, communications and Internet sectors - with a particular focus on hosting, Internet infrastructure and IT services.
analysts found that several factors are contributing to this demand, including the extremely high cost of datacenter construction, specialized skill sets, aging of existing enterprise datacenters and, especially, the primacy of the Internet as a vehicle for service and application delivery.
The identification of the first two members of the T1R
1 and T1R
2, was originally accomplished by cDNA cloning methods and was reported in February 1999.
T1R Sells Out Its Premier Conference for Executives in the Hosting, IT Services and Internet Infrastructure Sectors for the Second Year in a Row
T1R also launched a social networking website that provides attendees with the ability to connect with other attendees before, during and after the Summit.
Over the course of those four years, T1R
analysts charted the rise of the hosting industry out of the ashes of the telecom crash, including the evolution of SaaS and Web 2.
These findings are contained in a report released today by New York-based T1R, an independent research firm that analyzes the financial and industry implications of developments affecting public and private companies within the hosting, IT, communications and Internet sectors.
T1R analysts find that managed hosting providers have had to broaden the scope of services offered over the course of the past year, and 2008 looks to be no different.
The global growth story for the on-demand CRM market is clearly an exciting one," said Wesley Kennedy, Senior Analyst at T1R and author of the report.
T1R analysts find that growth from European enterprises will be driven by the demand for point software applications as opposed to applications that can be integrated or are already integrated with other applications.
T1R analysts are projecting that total CDN industry revenue reached $992.
Looking ahead to the 2008-2010 time frame, we expect continued strong growth for CDN service providers, albeit at a lower annual growth rate than in 2007," said Jim Davis, Senior Analyst at T1R and author of the report.