The IDC Estimates that by 2025, world data volume creation will reach 175 Zettabytes.
As they allude to in their report - if you could store all of that data on DVD’s - that stack of DVD’s would circle the earth 222 times. It’s an astronomical number. Additional estimates indicate that the number of workloads in the public cloud could reach 54% by 2025.
Given these numbers, can we construct revenue growth projections for the big cloud providers using data volume creation each year?