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.
Fred Dirla, CEO of Radix IoT explains how to succeed with a team that is 100% remote, specifically in the age of COVID.
Companies relying on IoT devices for their supply chains have a relatively tight window to upgrade to 4G.
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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.
A simple building system – yes, lighting – can be the gateway to an IoT Security crisis. Better industry standards can help avert disaster. Read the entire article here.
Industrial facilities face an avalanche of data from connected sensing, automation, and facility systems. In most modern industrial applications, this data sits idle or underutilized. The emergence of IoT devices has added to this flow of data. Read the entire article here.
With a post-pandemic rush to prepare commercial buildings for the full or hybrid return of staff and employees, smart buildings are being reconfigured in design and spacing to allow for the safety and health of the occupants while also accommodating what is being seen as a permanent change of some more remote workers as a staple to business. Read the entire article here.
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) defines a solar project as utility-scale only when it generates over 1 megawatt (MW) of solar energy, while the National Renewable Energy Laboratory uses a 5 MW threshold to qualify utility-scale solar projects. Over the last two years, according to Energy Information Administration, renewable energy resources have been the nation’s fastest growing electricity generation source. 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.