Edge computing is a new evolution of the processing and storage distribution trend that brings high-bandwidth and low latency access to applications closer to users and devices than ever before. As edge computing redefines the future of data centers, it must also redefine the future of network connectivity. This webinar will address which use cases will drive edge computing in the near-term, identify the primary connectivity requirements, including data rates and latency, identify the role for software automation, predict to what extent edge computing will drive 400 Gbit/s, and more.
The data centre has created demand for an infrastructure that provides greater bandwidth and higher data rates, but how has this impacted the market for optical components? Many big cloud operators have chosen to use single mode as the dominant fibre type in the data centre, so that’s creating a lot of pressure on the transceiver manufacturers
Many people expected all the Internet of Things (IoT) to move to the cloud—and much of the consumer-connected IoT indeed lives there—but one of the key basics of designing and building enterprise-scale IoT solutions is to make a balanced use of edge and cloud computing.1 Most IoT solutions now require a mix of cloud and edge computing. Compared to cloud-only solutions, blended solutions that incorporate edge can alleviate latency, increase scalability, and enhance access to information so that better, faster decisions can be made, and enterprises can become more agile as a result.
The IoT allows us to do business in ways we never imagined, and the healthcare industry is no exception. The technology of tomorrow will bring about changes in the way we diagnose and administer medical care. In this presentation we will discuss the impact of IoT on healthcare providers and dive into: The impact of the IoT on healthcare providers; The growing importance of healthcare at the edge; The issues and challenges facing digital healthcare; and The opportunities and solutions for the healthcare edge.
According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Cloud IT Infrastructure Tracker, vendor revenue from sales of IT infrastructure products (server, enterprise storage, and Ethernet switch) for cloud environments, including public and private cloud, grew 11.4% year over year in the first quarter of 2019 (1Q19), reaching $14.5 billion. IDC also lowered its forecast for total spending on cloud IT infrastructure in 2019 to $66.9 billion – down 4.5% from last quarter’s forecast – with slower year-over-year growth of 1.6%.
According to a recent report by Dell’Oro Group, a slowdown in cloud capex growth rate weighed on the data center switch market’s growth in 1Q 2019. Year-over-year growth of data center switching revenue recently fell below 5 percent for the first time in almost five years, according to the analyst firm.
Edge computing infrastructure will include modular data centers, traditional brick-and-mortar facilities, and even autonomous cars. If you’ve been following the data center industry, you’ve likely been watching what is happening in the […]
Hybrid IT networking has come a long way in the past decade, as enterprises have gradually come to embrace and trust cloud computing. Yet, despite the growing popularity of both private and […]
The growing adoption of cloud computing and digital content means more data in more places. This trend is creating opportunities for data center providers that extend beyond the traditional business hubs to […]
To accommodate larger requirements, developers are buying more land, and using hybrid lease strategies that enable cloud builders to reserve expansion space in strategic markets. Read the source article at datacenterfrontier.com