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How an edge solution can support print infrastructure for remote locations
Supporting print infrastructure in remote locations is challenging and can be costly for businesses, according to Y Soft.
ADLINK brings automation to edge computing with Intel and AWS
ADLINK AI at the Edge solution ‘closes the loop’ on the full cycle of machine learning model building, from design to deployment to improvement.
Vapor IO claims 'world first' software-defined edge interconnect solution
Vapor IO's Kinetic Edge Exchange, known as KEX, is a new way of allowing network operators, application developers and content providers to connect in edge meet-me rooms.
NVIDIA smashes MLPerf benchmarks for AI
NVIDIA has achieved its fastest results yet for its AI inference workloads in data centers and the edge.
The human eye as a proxy for the future of networking
In recent years scientists have been unravelling the intricate structure and wiring of retina neurons within the eye - Mellanox Technologies looks beneath the surface.
Aruba releases end-to-end switching portfolio
This gives network operators one simple, end-to-end switching platform to improve business outcomes.
Exclusive: Aruba founder shares vision for network infrastructure
Network infrastructure continues to evolve with the latest developments in connectivity, and Aruba is positioning itself to capitalise on these trends.
Interview: Stratus CTO talks edge computing for industrial automation
“From the very beginning, our goal has always been to remove the complexity from achieving high availability and we’re doing this even more efficiently now with the introduction of our new Edge platforms."
Edge computing paving the way for Aus businesses – Stratus
According to Gartner, by 2022, half of all enterprise-generated data will be created and processed beyond centralised cloud data centres, via edge computing.
VMware launches software-defined networking and security stack built for multi-cloud
VMware networking and security portfolio delivers more automation, compliance, visibility, and scale across the data centre, cloud, branch and edge.
Edge cloud platform provider Fastly expands in Australia
With points-of-presence on both Australian coasts, Fastly’s edge cloud platform gears up to better serve content on a global scale.
Supermicro launch solutions for security and AI at the edge
New edge servers bring up to 37 LAN port software-defined networking solutions and AI inferencing to the network edge.
Eaton brings first lithium-ion UPS to A/NZ
Designed for distributed IT and edge computing, the UPS offers increased network security and battery life, and remote management capabilities.
Edge rapidly extends influence on data center industry
In just five years, edge has had profound effects on the data center.
Three new AI enterprise products, services from Mist
New AP uses AI to support 802.11ax, Mist Edge delivers microservices agility to the campus, and introducing AI integrated support.
HPE announces new offerings to drive intelligent edge adoption
New IoT and edge offerings and a partner program are aimed at accelerating the deployment of personalised digital experiences and smart operations.
Supermicro AI validated for deployment with NVIDIA EGX Edge
“Supermicro is committed to helping companies modernise their data centres and edge infrastructure."
The evolution of data centres to accommodate edge computing
Oft-cited applications, such as autonomous vehicles, with their massive sensor arrays and ultra-severe latency requirements, need their intelligence to be local.
Silver Peak and NSC announce global partnership
The new Silver Peak-based managed SD-WAN services are available immediately to NSC enterprise and service provider clients and partners in 180 countries
SD-WAN – A new paradigm for the 5G era
After years of hype and market talk, 5G looks set to arrive on Singapore’s shores within the next year or so.
phoenixNAP launches server platform powered by Intel Xeon
“The introduction of these new Intel Xeon E processors is a game changer in the entry-level server market and a strong addition to our portfolio of dedicated servers."
Ethernity releases network appliance optimized for the edge
The UEP is described as a 'low-space, low-power FPGA-based programmable device with up to 40Gbps of networking capacity and 10 Gbps of IPSec security performance'.
Microsoft outlines innovations at Computex 2019
With Computex 2019 in full Swing, Microsoft hasn’t held anything back about its latest innovations, technologies, and partnerships.
Uptime Institute reveals insights into data center challenges
The Uptime Institute has released the findings of its ninth annual Global Data Center Survey, which describes an increasingly complex data center market as it continues to adapt to change.