While edge computing isn’t a new trend, it is new in practice, with use cases, applications, and the infrastructure required to support the edge still evolving. As part of a three-part series, Vertiv and IHS Markit | Technology, now a part of Informa Tech, are exploring the technologies and opportunities ahead in supporting your customer’s edge computing deployments.
In part one, we will explore the physical infrastructure (UPS, rPDU, racks, KVM) that will enable a secure and reliable edge. Please join us in taking part in this discussion of edge computing, the trend that is forecast to dominate the next decade.
What You Will Learn:
Not able to attend live? No problem. The recording of the webcast will be available to everyone that registers.
The last decade of data center trends was dominated by conversations of large, centralized CSP (cloud service provider) and colocation data centers. These facilities helped connect the world to support consumer and business applications alike. However, next generation technologies and applications, such as autonomous vehicles, augmented and virtual reality, and cloud gaming are better served with compute infrastructure closer to the end user, device, machine or application – that is, at “the edge”.