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January 27, 2021

Inside the IBM Cloud in Dallas, Texas. (Credit: Connie Zhou for IBM). Music Press Asia
IBM has invested over $3 billion in its cloud business, announced in mid-2018, plans to launch 18 new availability zones for the IBM Cloud in high demand centers in Europe, Asia-Pacific and North America. Photo: Inside the IBM Cloud in Dallas, Texas. (Credit: Connie Zhou for IBM). Music Press Asia
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Malaysian Firms To Invest In Hybrid Cloud

According to Bernama, a Malaysian national news agency, that in a recent survey by IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV), found that business executives in the country are planning ‘to invest in hybrid multi-cloud platform strategies and capabilities to drive business transformation and to unlock value’. Quoting that IT expenditures, totalling about 19%, is allocated for cloud computing with many…

Malaysia Welcomes Wired Music Week

Malaysia is finally taking a stand as part of a growing demand to satiate the interest for electronic music as the RBRN IDEAS team prepares to take over Tamarind Square…

Wired Music Week aims to educate a newer generation of electronic music enthusiasts and open up opportunities for talent directly connected to labels.
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How Blockchain Will Disrupt The Music Industry

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Alex Goatcher on Big Data, Blockchain

Alex Goatcher, CEO and Founder of Know What’s Loved (KWL) explains how their company enables the music industry to target and connect with music fans at the same time accelerate…

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