The pandemic exposed a nation-wide digital divide. Brad Alexander of DartPoints, outlines how edge computing is bridging that gap and changing the digital ecosystem landscape.
Compass Quantum is a new service from Compass Datacenters that aims to make it simple to provision distributed data centers as a turnkey “white space as a service” offering. Industry veteran Tony Grayson has joined Compass to lead the Quantum team.
The edge is no longer a specific size or as precise of a place as it once was, but just because it has grown more complex doesn’t mean that we can’t distinguish what or where it is. Sean Farney, Director of Data Center Marketing at Kohler Power Systems explores the ever evolving definition of the edge.
After years of high expectations, edge computing is emerging as a more significant component of Internet architecture, with adoption growing across industries, use cases and geographies, according to the experts on the DCF Executive Roundtable.
Several leading players in the edge market have deployments in Dallas, showcasing innovation and laying the groundwork for future growth. Here’s why the Dallas data center market is a hotbed for edge computing.
Demand for data centers is exploding in Europe and continues to grow. There has been an influx of global capital investment in large markets like Frankfurt and London. Secondary markets are also growing. Eric Boonstra of Iron Mountain Data Centers Europe explores trends and discusses predictions for the European data center market in 2022.
Virtual interconnection is a new frontier that’s seeing rapid acceptance by colocation and cloud service providers. In a new DCF report, DataBank shares its take on the near-term future of software-driven IT infrastructure.
Workloads are becoming more distributed to support new generation apps and broader use of Machine Learning and AI to help make real-time decisions. Jason Carolan of Flexential explores why networking from the edge to core (and back to the edge) will be critical for IoT, AI, and automation.
Amazon Web Services is extending its edge computing operations with more Local Zones, including a private local zone for capital markets inside a Nasdaq data center in New Jersey. The Nasdaq deal highlights how AWS is targeting vertical markets.
Over the past year, the IT industry has experienced significant challenges and has faced them head on with rapid shifts in the way we work. Chief Executive Officer Chris Downie leads a round-up of some of Flexential’s top tech predictions for the coming year.