Amidst the pandemic as digital technologies scaled nearly overnight to satisfy remote work and learning needs during global lockdowns, Edge colo companies had to up the ante to meet the global connectivity needs while maintaining uninterrupted, 24×7 uptime and adhering to social distancing rules. Read the entire article here.
While managing and integrating solar panels across vast solar farm infrastructure is essential, it requites a power grid that can adapt and efficiently maintain load balance. For solar operations to scale effectively while serving larger numbers of consumer end-users, there’s a need for scalable operations and management solutions that utility managers can depend on for business insight and intelligence. Read the entire article here.
Set in remote, hard-to-reach areas, unmanned Edge data centers are mostly operated with software solutions – including IoT platforms, which enable remote management, triage, and monitoring of the sites. This is an ideal scenario to maintain operations amid disasters, or as proven during the current pandemic crisis. Read the entire article here.
In the pandemic recovery world, an increase in compute-intensive technologies e.g. IoT, AI, and others, will remain as major drivers of the Edge market; with demand expanding, data centers must move closer to the Edge to allow for more robust connectivity to meet both enterprise and consumer needs. Read the entire article here.
Data centers are expanding beyond large-format facilities and moving to the edge—and for very good reasons. A distributed architecture helps localize computing power closer to customers, decreasing latency, and expediting data transfer. Read the entire article here.