Edge Computing stories
As the name implies, Edge Computing is an architecture putting resources including compute and storage at the network’s outer extremities. What are these extremities? The sources of data; for example, in an Internet of Things deployment, data might be generated in a farmer’s field or in a high-rise building. Both cases represent the edge of the network (though the corporate building isn’t physically distant from the network). Edge computing accelerates data processing and storage, reducing bandwidth demands and delivering results where they are required.
Three businesses building on multi-cloud benefits
Leaders in financial services, retail, and construction are harnessing multi-cloud computing for innovation, cost reductions and improved data performance.
Adopting AIOps in Network Management: Essential for Modern IT Leaders
As the complexity of network systems escalates, IT leaders must shift from manual troubleshooting to AIOps (Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations), a strategic, AI-driven approach that enhances network management and ensures a top-notch user experience.
Four enterprise mobility trends shaping 2024
Enterprise mobility in 2024 will be driven by the integration of IoT, enhanced mobile security measures, the rise of edge computing, and the use of augmented reality in operations.
Ataya introduces Chorus, a game-changer for private 5G deployment
Ataya's innovative new product, Chorus, is set to revolutionise the private 5G market by offering simple, cost-effective, and efficient methods of deployment.
Sydney ranks fourth in interconnection bandwidth in new Equinix report
Sydney was named Asia-Pacific’s fourth-largest core metro for interconnection bandwidth as per the 2024 Global Interconnection Index (GXI) report.
Eco-digital economy set to hit $33tn by 2028, new report reveals
The eco-digital economy, marrying sustainability with digital progression, is set to swell from $16.6tn to around $33tn by 2028, a 15% CAGR, says a Capgemini/Harvard report.
Singapore firms prioritise AI and cloud in 2024 IT investments
Nearly all Singapore firms plan to adopt artificial intelligence (AI) and boost cloud tech in 2024, despite hurdles in IT skills and infrastructure support.
Top five trends for cloud connectivity in 2024 revealed
InterCloud has outlined the top five trends that will shape the cloud connectivity and multicloud management landscape in 2024.
Global cloud microservice market set for growth in 2034
Global cloud microservice market set to skyrocket to US$11.3 billion by 2034, with an emphasis on observability and increased application in various sectors.
Hyperscale cloud market projected to hit $3.4tn by 2034
The hyperscale cloud market is predicted to reach a monumental $3.4tn by 2034, driven by digital transformation initiatives worldwide.
Telecoms face GenAI threats and skills shortage in 2024
Telecoms battling GenAI security threats, grappling with skills shortage in 2024, warns EY report.
Telecoms industry faces emerging GenAI-related cyber risks, EY report warns
Rising GenAI use in telecoms sector prompts cyber resilience concerns, necessitating revised data strategies, warns EY report.
NTT forecasts key tech developments for the year ahead
NTT Ltd forecasts a rise in Generative AI adoption, automated Network Operations Centres, sustainable tech solutions, and industry-specific clouds by 2024.
Intel launches AI Everywhere with advances in AI technology
Intel introduces a new range of AI products, marking a revolutionary shift in their architecture, to accelerate AI implementation worldwide.
Rackspace 2024 IT Outlook reveals Australian firms prioritise AI and Cloud
Australia's firms earmark cloud transformation and AI as vital in 2024 IT investments, says Rackspace Technology's Outlook.
Colt forecasts top tech trends including AI & edge computing
Colt Technology Services predicts AI, edge computing and network greening as major enterprise tech trends for 2024.
AI adoption to be key focus for IT leaders in 2024
AI will be a top priority for IT leaders in 2024, with 67% planning to integrate it into processes, survey shows.
UK IT leaders reveal skill gaps hindering innovation
IT leaders in the UK are facing significant skill gaps in strategic thinking, AI and business acumen, a new Red Hat study reveals.
AI sector to embrace greater accountability & 'Democratic AI' in 2024
AI sector set for enhanced accountability and the rise of 'Democratic AI' in 2024, says industry expert.
Dell Technologies predicts major tech shifts in Asia Pacific & Japan
In a media briefing, Dell Technologies shared key tech trends set to shape the Asia Pacific and Japan region in 2024.
The ongoing evolution of intelligent edge computing
Intelligent edge computing will bring significant opportunities for development and growth in the coming years.
Red Hat introduces Device Edge platform for seamless edge computing
Red Hat's new Device Edge platform promises seamless edge computing in resource-limited environments for diversely used applications.
Azion secures Frost & Sullivan's 2023 innovation award for edge serverless computing
Azion, the Edge Platform, has been awarded the 2023 North American New Product Innovation Award by Frost & Sullivan.
etisalat by e& standardises on Red Hat technologies for network and IT overhaul
Etisalat by e& plans to standardise on Red Hat technologies for its network and IT, aiming for greater efficiency and innovation.