Edge computing comprises a broad spectrum of technologies and use cases, enabling new strategies for end users and service providers alike. Here’s a look at Data Center Frontier’s latest coverage of edge trends and players.
Vapor IO is a startup focused on designing software and hardware for micro data centers and edge computing. Their Vapor Edge software in conjuction with their Vapor Chamber design allows them to create high-density, “lights-out” data center modules at a fraction of the cost. Vapor IO continues to push the envelope for edge computing, from stationing modules to interconnect with wireless network towers, to housing hangars of drones that inspect industrial facilities.
Headquarters: Austin, TX
Vapor IO edge data centers will serve as launch stations and data hubs for Hangar drones as they fly missions to collect and analyze oceans of business data.
Vapor IO has unveiled its vision for edge computing, powered by a platform using cloud concepts to create a high availability colocation network across clusters of compute nodes.
Edge computing is a hot topic. Here’s our guide to the new players on the edge, which includes both startups and established names in the data center sector.
Data center startup Vapor IO will team with Crown Castle to deploy Project Volutus, a distributed network of small data centers at the base of telecom towers.
Vapor IO has launched Vapor Edge for Telecom, a platform to enable rapid deployment of edge capacity by wireless network operators and real estate investment trusts (REIT) specializing in the telecom tower business.
Vapor IO has launched a software suite to slash deployment cost of edge computing, provide “lights out” management capabilities and tight cloud integration.