The dawn of
The Rise of Edge Data Centers
With the proliferation of mobile devices and IoT networks, computing is moving to the Edge of the Internet. If your enterprise depends on ultra-low latency data processing, edge computing in the heart of the city is a critical requirement for modern infrastructure delivery. You need rack space in fiber-connected, urban-situated colocation facilities to benefit from interconnection at the edge to get you closest to your users.
Why Move Closer to the Edge?
Driven by 5G and the Internet of Things, the total amount of data created by connected devices will reach 847 ZB per year by 2021, up from 218 ZB per year in 2016. Edge computing is essential to reduce latency in processing this massive volume of data generated by a myriad of sources, including mobile devices, sensor inputs, programmable controllers and applications.
Core Interconnected Data Centers:
Powering the Edge
Today’s enterprises need to accelerate business performance and create new opportunities. In a world where cloud dominates and enterprise business models are interdependent, the demand for connectivity has reached a new high.
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