The Ultimate Guide to Hyperscale
2022 edition
Overview

Hyperscale is a computing term that defines the ability of both hardware and facilities architecture to scale and improve appropriately as more demand is added to the system.

Hyperscale is mostly used for big data and cloud computing and is liked by global companies as it helps increase the effectiveness of their networks.

Entities that provide hyperscale services are called Hyperscalers, and notable examples of these are Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, IBM as well as Alibaba.

Top players
You can read more from the top players Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Equinix, and Lenovo.
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