On July 16th Goldman Sachs raised Alibaba Cloud’s valuation to $93 billion in its latest assessment, up more than 20 percent from Morgan Stanley’s $77 billion valuation two months ago. Recently, a number of institutions raised the valuation of Alibaba Cloud, analysis of its size and strategic layout has a prominent advantage, adjust its valuation to Amazon AWS closer.
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Goldman Sachs believes that Alibaba Cloud will continue to maintain high growth, conservative estimate of FY2022 revenue of 83.4 billion yuan. KeyBanc also raised alibaba cloud’s valuation significantly in its latest report, which analysts say is accelerating the digitalization process, which will greatly increase Alibaba Cloud’s growth potential.
According to the data, Alibaba Cloud Asia Pacific market share is the largest share of Amazon and Microsoft, the last fiscal year revenue increased 62% year-on-year to 40 billion yuan.
In recent years, Alibaba Cloud has grown into a super unicorn in technology companies and expanded its business landscape from a simple IaaS infrastructure to key technology areas such as cloud, data intelligence, smart networking, and mobile collaboration.
As nails become national applications, “Cloud Nails In One” has become a new operating system for digital transformation of enterprises, enabling enterprises to quickly develop and manage all applications of organizations and businesses. KeyBanc said nailing with more than 300 million users has huge potential and will drive further valuations of Alibaba Cloud in the future.
Data show that Alibaba Cloud is currently ranked first in the Asia-Pacific market and third in the global market. In April this year, Alibaba Cloud announced a three-year investment of another 200 billion yuan, investment in major core technology research and development and future-oriented data center construction, and expand the size of 5,000 people to recruit, the introduction of top scientific and technological talent, is expected to quickly narrow the gap with Amazon, Microsoft.