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VMware partners with SAP to power enterprise IoT initiatives
The goal of the collaboration is to enable fast deployment, scalability and on-schedule execution of IoT projects.
Study: Schneider Electric says Aussie edge market growing
The study shows one in three Aussie businesses are expected to adopt an edge computing strategy by 2018.
Gartner’s top 10 tech trends for 2018
"IT leaders must factor these technology trends into their innovation strategies or risk losing ground to those that do."
New tech brings the benefits of Azure cloud to remote workers
SteelFusion delivers the ability to extend investments in a private data center, Azure cloud, or a hybrid IT to all edge locations in the business.
Equinix: How to enforce security at the digital edge
To mitigate the risks that more sophisticated technologies and hacking capabilities present, a “trust nothing model” is needed.
Gartner: Just what is the edge and who defines it?
Once again, the battle for owning the architecture/marketecture and definition of a buzzword is on.
Survey forecasts rapid growth of edge computing in APAC
Almost all respondents said they will be adopting edge computing within the next three to five years despite many not being fully aware of what it is.
Schneider Electric make two new IT division appointments
The energy management and automation company says the appointments will be important for building stronger channel relationships.
Traditional data centre vs micro data centre deployments - who wins?
The weigh-up of the cost effectiveness of a single traditional data centre of one MW capacity against a cluster of micro data centres each of 5kW.
Rittal & HPE partner to offer modular data center & IoT, Edge solutions
Rittal is the largest company in the Friedhelm Loh Group with 9,300 employees, and 58 subsidiaries.
Edge computing - set to significantly impact data center planning, report says
The significance of edge to an organization depends on how much they outsource data hosting/processing needs. Understanding this is critical for data
ARM, Enea, Marvell & PicoCluster launch OPNFV Pharos Lab for NFV platforms
The NFV PicoPod, a cost-effective OPNFV Pharos pod, condenses to a cubic foot package, consisting of six Marvell MACCHIATObin developer boards.
HPE: Stay on the cutting edge with software defined OT
As competition in the IoT and Intelligent Edge industries increases, companies are seeking new ways to stand apart and delight their customers.
The connected campus: Meeting students’ #1 priority with edge solutions
To stay alive, human beings need air, food and water. If you are college student, add to this list of vital resources Internet access.
Harness the rise of edge-based collaborative communities
“Collaborative communities” harness the power of proximity not only to meet the demands of the digital economy, but to exceed them.
Vertiv: Edge data centres & an alarming future just like the movies
“The point is, they’ve already been tracking you, it’s just the first time they’re exposing it back."
Edge analytics – the pros and cons of immediate, local insight
In a few years there will be an additional 15 to 40 billion devices generating data from the edge vs. what we have today. That brings new challenges.
Gartner: The Edge will eat the Cloud
Customer experience won’t simply be defined by a web site experience. The cloud will have its role, but the edge is coming, and it’s going to be big.
The drivers and benefits of Edge Computing
The data revolution has arrived – and it’s big. Almost 90 per cent of all the data in the world has been created in the last two years.
Could Edge Computing have solved Pokémon GO’s server issues?
Edge Computing is gaining popularity as an alternative to conventional approaches where the data centre can be remote and geographically distant.