Edge computing is important for proximity and latency, but can also build thriving ecosystems to create a new business hub. A DCF special report courtesy of Iron Mountain looks at how the edge can help fuel digital transformation.
As the promise of 5G and edge computing becomes more and more real, network service providers need to move away from traditional, centralized compute infrastructure and embrace a more specialized, decentralized model. Raul Martynek, CEO at DataBank, examines how wireless edge computing will help network service providers capitalize on 5G opportunities.
Demand from hyperscale data center operators will be a key driver in $8 billion in new investment in subsea cables over the next three years, according to research firm TeleGeography, which says “the submarine cable market has never been so dynamic.”
The cloud is not only a catalyst. Because it’s a great option for most applications, it has become a competitive benchmark. Enterprise IT leaders must be good stewards of their company’s resources by deploying and managing infrastructure in facilities that meet the same benchmarks as the cloud service providers do. Insights from Chris Bair of Stream Data Centers.
A hybrid IT stratgegy enables businesses to integrate a decentralized footprint into its existing IT strategy without sacrificing the needs of the enterprise and its existing stakeholders.
In the ongoing battle for higher network performance, 100 gigabits per second (Gbps) is emerging as the next necessary upgrade within the enterprise LAN. Tech solutions in the pipeline feature lasers (free space optical), cable improvements and passive optical networks (PON).
As the data center industry grows and evolves to meet the changing needs of its customers, data center owners need strategic solutions for how people, processes and technology can safeguard mission critical infrastructure during uncertain times.
Downtime in today’s digitally driven business climate can be costly for data centers and their customers. A new white paper from Park Place Technologies explores how network monitoring enables uptime and a healthy data center.
In this edition of Voices of the Industry, Bob Shine, VP of Marketing and Product Management at Telescent, explores how the rising costs of optics in networks can be managed by dynamic resource allocation at the fiber layer.
A new study from Tactical Deployment Systems compares the insertion loss of HD8² to traditional plug-and-play fiber connectivity. The report explains how eliminating the MPO connection with an integrated hard-wired cassette will significantly reduce the insertion loss found in the traditional setup.