Micro Data Center for Edge Computing

Frank Xu, director marketing and engineering of Attom Technology, gave a keynote speech on Micro Data Center for Edge Computing at the DCW Singapore Conference. Frank shares data center infrastructure industry trends, and as the Internet of Things and IT demand for low latency and high volume grows, micro data center products near the data sources…

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Attom Technology at Data Center World Asia 2017

From October 11 2017  to October 12 2017,  Attom Technology participated in the DCW Asia 2017(Data Center World Exhibition Asia 2017) at the Sands Bay Exhibition Center in Singapore. Attom Technology introduced the industry-leading micro data center products, as well as modular precision air conditioning products  to exhibitors guests. Attom Technology joined the show as a bronze sponsor with its…

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Micro MDC from Dell EMC

Dell EMC is targeting edge computing market and released the micro modular data center product, within which it integrates power, cooling, IT equipment and management platform. Click here to download the product brochure. And here may find a presentation of OSI discussing the micro data center real application. Enjoy!

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Clearing the Fog around the Edge Computing, Report from 451 Research

Key findings of this report: Edge computing is already the default paradigm for many industrial applications given that the majority of these applications predated cloud computing. This alone will make it a ‘safe transition’ technology (in contrast to centralized cloud models) for operational technology professionals hesitant to adopt IoT solutions. Edge computing offers considerable benefits…

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Emergence of Micro Data Center for Mobile Computing

Researcher Victor Bahl from Microsoft published a presentation showing the micro data center approach to reduce the network latency for real-time and large volume applications such as gaming, video recognition, VR and AR. By deploying micro data center to bring cloud closer to end user applications will significantly reduce the network latency, at the same…

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Return to the Edge and the End of Cloud Computing

Edge computing is the future Beyond industry’s longstanding reticence to store information off site and high-profile cloud service outages, there are two other reasons supporting this restatement of the importance of edge computing for IoT. One reason is recent venture capitalist calls that edge computing technology firms are the market’s next big investment target. The…

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The Edge Manifesto, Gartner Report of Digital Business, RichMedia, Latency Sensitivity and the Use of Distributed Data Centers

Overview of Gartner The Edge Manifesto Report The edge manifesto calls for the placement of content, compute and data center resources on the edge of the network, closer to concentrations of users. This augmentation of the traditional centralized data center model ensures a better user experience demanded by digital business. We’ve begun the move to…

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