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Opinion: Three ‘must-haves’ for building a resilient edge
Schneider’s Steven Carlini shares his thoughts on computing at the edge – as well as some apt advice.
Schneider and Cisco partner for new micro data centre options
The tech heavyweights have announced a partnership in an effort to tap into a burgeoning market specialising in lightweight solutions.
Opinion: Meeting the edge computing challenge
Scale Computing's Alan Conboy discusses the importance of edge computing and the imminent challenges that lie ahead.
ScaleMatrix acquires edge specialist Instant Data Centers
According to ScaleMatrix, the move is to take advantage of the latter company’s focus on providing ruggedized micro data centers for the edge.
Opinion: How SD-WAN changes the game for 5G networks
5G/SD-WAN mobile edge computing and network slicing will enable and drive innovative NFV services, according to Kelly Ahuja, CEO, Versa Networks
365 Data Centers secures additional funding for expansion
The company asserts the financing commitments come as it looks to invest in further substantial internal and external growth.
Interview: Cisco on digital transformation and data centres at the edge
"On-premise we speak English, Amazon speaks French, and Amazon and Microsoft speak something else. But someone has to translate all of that and Cisco is involved with normalising those rule sets.”
Schneider Electric caters to the edge with new UPS solution
“Our newest UPS strikes the right balance for edge and cloud customers who need innovative solutions that are easy to deploy in this hybrid ecosystem."
ADLINK and Google Cloud partner at the edge
Offerings enable intelligent decision-making with edge computing and real-time connectivity to Google Cloud.
Hire company deepens equipment visibility with IoT
Kennards Hire has worked with Microsoft to develop an intelligent edge IoT system that will allow detailed monitoring and reporting across their assets.
Panellist insights on edge and hyperconverged architectures
Schneider Electric’s Greg Jones shares his key takings from a panel of experts at the recent Edge Congress.
More than 90% of operators fear energy bills from 5G and edge
A new survey reveals there is optimism surrounding the services 5G will enable and the interplay with edge computing, but concerns remain around energy usage.
Lenovo DCG to launch new edge server similar in size to a laptop
The company has unveiled its new server which is a result of its continued investment in solutions supporting IoT and edge computing.
Hybrid cloud set to mitigate vendor lock-in within Thailand
IDC has released its top 10 predictions for Thailand's IT industry through to 2022.
Why NSP adoption of ECX Fabric is on the rise
ECX Fabric aims to enable networks to streamline their access to the world’s largest cloud providers.
Hurricane Electric seals data center deal with EdgeConneX
Edge data centres continue their steady march onwards after another major deal was signed this week to benefit 10 key markets
HPE launches new real-time processing edge platform
The platform is said to help communication service providers (CSPs) to capitalize on data-intensive, low-latency services for media delivery, connected mobility, and smart cities.
Infinera launches new ‘disruptive’ network architecture
The new end-to-end network architecture is said to enable instantly scalable, self-optimizing networks that adapt to the demands of specific users and applications.
Telco central offices are being transformed into the edge
Schneider Electric's Steven Carlini discusses how the old central offices are now ideal to enable the telco edge.
Four Chinese OEMs among top 10 global semiconductor customers
High regional growth has seen a slight reshuffle in the world’s top semiconductor chip buyers.
2019 surge in IoT spending just ‘scratching the surface’
Investment in Internet of Things (IoT) solutions In Europe is set to continue its relentless march forward in 2019.
IDC’s top 10 predictions for Indonesia’s promising IT future
IDC believes the digitalised economy will bring rise to intense competition particularly when the digital disruptors are heavily insinuated into the Indonesian market.
HPE experts line-up to share what the year ahead holds
According to these HPE bigwigs, 2019 will be the year of the edge-centric, cloud-enabled, and data-driven enterprises.
Malaysia’s IT industry to skyrocket – but more needs doing
“In its journey towards achieving greater economic progress, Malaysia needs to do more to unlock the full potential of its digital economy.”