Cabling in high-performance data centers is a real challenge! Rosenberger’s whitepaper focuses on the topics of spine-leaf architecture, overlay networks and spine-leaf fiber optic cabling.
Single Pair Ethernet is taking us toward the IoT goal of Industry 4.0 connectivity in the automation world. Using SPE, endpoint data can be delivered from physical devices to data centres in a super fast and reliable way.
Data center owners have been preparing to enable the next major leap in 5G application technology and low latency networking – the dispersion to the edge. This White Paper examines some of the areas to watch as data centers migrate closer to end users: edge data centers, smart buildings, entertainment & gaming VR, public safety & healthcare, VR, and digital twins.
This article represents the best IoT sensors that can extend the functionalities of an IoT infrastructure and add sustainable development.
New single-pair Ethernet (SPE) physical-layer standards developed by the IEEE are offering new connectivity solutions for communicating asset health insights for condition-monitoring applications. 10BASE-T1L is a new Ethernet physical-layer standard (IEEE 802.3cg-2019) that was approved by the IEEE on November 7, 2019. It will dramatically change the automation industry by significantly improving operational efficiency through seamless Ethernet connectivity to field-level assets.
Perimeter Security with IP Camera Surveillance Takes Advantage of Optical LAN’s Superior Reach, Bandwidth, Security and Costs
Optical LAN technology proves advantageous for building/operating perimeter security when dealing with large areas and extended distances.
According to Frost & Sullivan’s Future of Connected Living report, the device-to-person ratio will exceed 20 to 1 by 2030, as the world enters the era of hyperconnectivity and catapults organizations’ digital transformation. The number of connected devices globally is projected to increase from 30.4 billion in 2020 to 200 billion in 2030 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20.7%. The research forecasts the convergence of connected cities, homes, and workplaces will result in ubiquitous connectivity and the emergence of new product applications, business models, technologies, platforms, and services.
Edge computing sits at the intersection of artificial intelligence, the internet of things and big data and provides the flexibility of a hybrid model that can take advantage of both data center infrastructure and the cloud. By 2025, experts expect there will be 41.6 billion IoT devices, each equipped with sensors gathering information each second. It’s simply not reasonable for all that data to be streamed back to a central data center or traditional on-premises computing environment. By bringing compute power to the edge and integrating increasingly mature AI — a combination referred to as the “intelligent edge” — agencies can actually use this rapid expansion of data to help their missions.
Watch this webinar on demand to learn how SPE can impact future building automation system architectures, simplifying networks, and providing greater access to the building system data that can drive efficiency and provide a more pleasant user experience through building technology.
Connectivity is one of the fundamental pillars upon which the industrial IoT (IIoT) is built. Over the last few decades, industrial connectivity in particular has evolved considerably, especially in response to the ever-changing requirements of the manufacturing industry.