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Startups focused on micro data centers could fill a void created by growing demand to process IoT data closer to the network edge.
We talk to Mike Hagan, CEO of Edge Micro ahead of the DCD>Dallas conference about how the colo edge proposition is evolving
Major tech companies see edge data centers as a way to protect their entire IT infrastructure.
Edge computing is altering the geography for the most desirable commercial spaces.
Edge computing is one of the telecom industry’s hottest buzzwords today. But what does edge computing actually look like?
The importance of edge computing, its advantages over traditional deployments & impact on Commercial Real Estate in 2019.
Proximity to edge computing is what tenants are going to care about, because it can reduce latency down all the way to zero.
The edge computing market is full of hype. Megawatts of hype. Gigawatts of hype. But when you push aside the marketing buzz, most of what’s being done in edge computing is rather modest in scope: small micro data centers that will move parts of the cloud a bit closer to users.
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