Edge computing is not just a closet with a server or a computer inside a car or smart watch, it’s a critical aspect of a high-availability, low-latency IT infrastructure.
A data center that is designed with flexibility really doesn’t have a life expectancy.
Deploying applications in a composable data center will make it easier for IT to meet the needs of the business, while increasing speed to deployment.
The most important next step right now is simply education – and getting companies to realize that the importance and benefits of more eco-friendly data centers.
High-tech architectures of the past can become a digital anchor as newer technology enables better, more efficient infrastructures.
Speed to market, flexibility, and scalability have become mission-critical for hyperscale platforms and large enterprises when expanding or upgrading existing infrastructure.
When it was just emerging, flash storage was expensive and used in limited fashion, but prices have dropped significantly, lowering that barrier to entry.
Crude itself is a commodity: The techniques used to clean it, fractionate it into different products and distribute it is where the value sits. The same will be true of IoT.
The US networking infrastructure continues to lag behind developments on the mobile side, resulting in a system ill-equipped to handle the demands of 5G communication.
Cloud security requires a blended approach with a focused human touch – so to speak.