For the city of Houston, and ultimately the rest of the country, 5G will radically change the way consumers and businesses access the internet, which means IT delivery methods will shift toward systems that provide increased bandwidth and performance, and local compute and network power.
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Virtual reality (VR) is no longer just for entertainment – enterprises are investing heavily in the technology as they see the potential for a wide range of VR applications.
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Research institutions recognize the need for strengthened network performance in order to meet demands for high-speed data-sharing. To ensure campuses deliver world-class connectivity that enables the exchange of large volumes of data, universities are leveraging dedicated research and education network consortiums.
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Driven largely by the growing adoption rates of IoT applications, edge computing is becoming critical to efficient data processing and latency-sensitive application function.
Interconnected data centers bring together multiple carriers and networks with cloud providers, managed service providers, enterprises and other customers within a single data center, allowing seamless connectivity within the ecosystem.
5G endeavors to have the capacity to handle the volume of data transport that will support emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning. Enterprises can prepare by leveraging edge computing to deliver significantly lower latency.
For organizations relying on latency-sensitive technology to grow or stay competitive, interconnected colocation enables the fastest processing speeds with its local connectivity as well as its ability access cloud on-ramps.