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Quantum Computing

By the end of 2022, the global enterprise quantum computing market is estimated to be over $2.7 billion and is projected to reach about $11 billion by 2027.

The Metaverse: Your Alternate Reality?

In 1992, the science fiction novel Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson first spoke about the metaverse. He described it to be a world where humans were programmable avatars, interacting with each other in a virtual world — parallel to the physical world.  For many, the metaverse is futuristic, not tangible, or viable. Let’s reminisce about...

Data Centers: The Core, the Heart, and the Cutting Edge

Netrality’s colocation data centers, home to hundreds of the biggest networks around the globe, are the epicenter of connectivity in our markets. Peering at Netrality’s urban-located facilities provides Faster speeds, increased bandwidth, greater reliability, and lower costs.

The Modular Data Center

Netrality’s colocation data centers, home to hundreds of the biggest networks around the globe, are the epicenter of connectivity in our markets. Peering at Netrality’s urban-located facilities provides Faster speeds, increased bandwidth, greater reliability, and lower costs.

Cybersecurity Doesn’t have to be Scary

The global cybersecurity market size was $217 billion in 2021 and is forecasted to grow to over $345 billion by 2026. The market valuation is expected to increase year over year for many reasons. The pandemic introduced an expansive remote workforce, and the continued influx of new technologies has played a pivotal role, opening the...

5G and Edge Computing Infrastructure

Innovative technologies improve the classroom and online learning opportunities for students and teachers, enhancing the process overall, made possible by the pivotal role of edge computing and 5G. This is especially the case for distributed environments where teachers and students are dispersed with the ultimate need for speed.

Is your Factory Smart?

The role of the edge and 5G are vital in the world of manufacturing. Edge computing limits the distance between the data source and the end-user, significantly reducing latency while increasing capacity and reliability. Data is processed on-site or in devices rather than at a centralized server.

Biotech: The Core of Technology and Innovation

Biotech is one of the most data-intensive industries in the world. Staggering amounts of data are required to develop and trial new specimens, new products, new cures, and new solutions. Limitations in speed and bandwidth will delay or halt advancements.

International Data Center Day 2022

Netrality had the pleasure of hosting students from Delsea Regional High School, Liguori Academy, and Roman Catholic High School at our data center located at 401 N. Broad in Philadelphia to celebrate International Data Center Day on March 23rd!


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