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With a global data volume expected to reach 175 zettabytes by 2025, it’s clear that data is growing rapidly. Together, with massive amounts of data to store and manage, organizations are embracing cloud adoption. Especially during the pandemic, since remote working became the norm, cloud adoption soared as many organizations migrated their applications and data from data centers to the cloud.

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South Korea and the United States were amongst the first countries to introduce 5G in early 2019. Many countries have since jumped onto the 5G bandwagon and have continued to speed up their 5G adoption. By the end of 2021, Ookla reported 5G deployments in 116 countries, compared to 99 countries at the end of 2020. The GSMA estimates that by the end of 2025, a quarter of mobile connections will be operating with 5G, increasing threefold from the end of 2021, accounting for 8% of all global mobile connections.

Read more: Asia Pacific: Breeding Ground for a High-growth 5G Experience

The blue bird has been set free. The month of April had a lot of twists and turns for the one-to-many messaging platform before finally falling into the hands of Elon Musk. "Twitter has extraordinary potential. I will unlock it," said the biggest billionaire at present.

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