Extracting Value from Edge Services Today

Data Center Knowledge

March 31, 2018

2 Min Read

Available On Demand

Self-driving cars are expected to generate huge amounts of data and overwhelm telecom networks in 10 years or so. But many enterprises are dealing with huge amounts of data now, and they need to move it, analyze it, share it. There may be options that can make this cheaper and easier, depending on where that data is generated and stored.

Join Flexential’s Tim Parker and 451 Research’s Kelly Morgan in this webinar discussing examples of companies using facilities at “the edge” to get the most from their data without breaking the bank.

You will learn:

  • What is driving the need for edge capabilities?

  • How companies are using edge facilities to control and manage content

  • Strategies that solve for latency and security concerns

  • Specific use cases for:

    • Retail

    • Healthcare

    • Financial

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Kelly Morgan is Senior Vice President of Research at 451 Research, which she joined in April 2011 as an analyst covering the economics and finances of the datacenter and hosting industries. In her current role, she leads the services analyst teams, which track hosting, managed services and multi-tenant datacenter providers worldwide. Coverage includes providers, market size, datacenter supply and demand, and the dynamics of the industry overall. Before joining 451 Research, Kelly spent nearly 10 years in private equity, focusing on investments in telecommunications, IT and datacenters. Prior to that, she worked for several years at the OECD in Paris, managing the organization's budget process.


Tim Parker is the Vice President of Network Strategy at Flexential, where he is responsible for guiding the company's interconnection ecosystem and developing network strategies and architectures for Flexential's HybridEdge Strategy. Tim has more than 25 years of experience in delivering high-performance customer service in the IT and Telecommunication sector. 

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