For edge computing to succeed, advances in proximity and latency must translate into business value. Who are the users driving demand for edge computing? And what are the use cases that will deliver on this new architecture?
Edge computing is poised to revolutionize the way we communicate, share data, and access critical resources. Edge ecosystems are specifically designed to help bring core services, data, parts of the cloud, and applications far closer to the user than ever before.
As edge computing takes shape, we are approaching the brink of a new phase for global Internet infrastructure. Edge computing is evolving in tiers, with opportunities in regional data hubs, cities, telecom towers and on devices. Think of it in terms of “edge, edgier and edgiest.”
When done right, Hybrid IT enables businesses with an on-premises and multi-cloud strategy to optimize cost across these resources. Here’s a clear step-by-step approach to a hybrid IT approach done right.
In 2020, edge computing is entering a key transition phase, as an emerging ecosystem confronts the challenges and opportunities of a world transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The cloud plays a critical role in service delivery, but will not replace data center solutions. That’s why cloud providers are creating solutions to run within on-premises data center. A new DCF special report on #hybridIT explores the evolving relationship between the cloud and the data center.
Hybrid IT is quickly becoming the new normal for those organizations striving to get ahead. This special report series explores the ins and outs of hybrid IT and how modern IT models are evolving.
A new DCF special report offers insights into interconnection, including different approaches to interconnection and the benefits of using a colocation provider to manage them.
Businesses increasingly depend upon secure, reliable availability and high-speed connectivity as they pursue digital transformation. The third entry in a new special report series focuses on the business and technical drivers behind the move to colocation.
In a new special report, CoreSite and Data Center Frontier take a look at how colocation can be the “nervous system” of today’s modern digital businesses. This entry in a special report series highlights the pace of real-time business.