Driven largely by the growing adoption rates of IoT applications, edge computing is becoming critical to efficient data processing and latency-sensitive application function.
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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.
It’s no secret that video is growing in popularity across industries. Its success in the marketing industry, the entertainment space, and as a communication channel has heightened its importance in our day-to-day lives.
Increasingly, enterprise IT leaders are realizing the benefits of implementing a hybrid cloud strategy and how it might be the solution to managing the immense amount of data that modern organizations are processing.
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Edge computing – the enabling of data storage and processing as close to the end user as possible – although not as well-known as the ubiquitous cloud, is perhaps today’s most important emerging enterprise technology.
5G has the power to transform emerging technology like augmented reality, artificial intelligence, self-driving cars and the IoT into integral parts of day-to-day life. While most industry professionals likely agree that 5G is the “next big thing,” there’s a lot less agreement on when we might expect it to reach the mainstream.