Customer expectations have shifted toward seamless and fast content delivery anywhere, anytime, and content streaming providers are scrambling to accommodate new levels of demand, pushing IT teams to establish data delivery methods that enable ultra-low latency and always-on connectivity.
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The rollout of 5G presents an enormous opportunity for industrial organizations to innovate beyond what can be supported by today’s 4G network, and deliver unprecedented value to employees and customers. As the number of connected devices continues to grow, and expectations for rapid data transmission continue to rise, industrial enterprises will need to limit the distance between the data source and the end user.
The 2019 Pacific Telecommunications Council annual conference is fast approaching, and the Netrality team is looking forward to hearing from industry experts about everything from Pipelines to Platforms in Honolulu this month. This event is a great way to kick off a new year and catch up with all of our customers and partners. Here’s what we’re most looking forward to.
When coupled with public cloud deployments, interconnected colocation provides enterprise IT with access to a rich peering ecosystem, ultra-low latency and scalability.
When it comes to operations, players in the oil and gas industry need to be fast and flexible to keep up with their competitors, satisfy their customers and manage regulations.
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.
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.
Netrality is proud to be a part of the exciting and forward-thinking urban community in Kansas City. Information-sharing is the backbone of the city’s economy and enables local businesses to grow and innovate rapidly.
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.