Harnessing demands and collaborating at the edge
We are in an era rapidly transforming from a bricks and mortar world to experiencing and building new economies and life in a digital universe, writes Bill Barney, CEO, Turbidite.
Updated March 02, 2022 / Original March 03, 2022
By Bill Barney
March 03, 2022 | 4:35 AM GMT
Steve Jobs once said, “We're going to move the digital hub, the center of your digital life, into the cloud.” Today, he would likely say, “We are going to move your digital universe to the edge.” Into its third year with no signs of disappearing, the pandemic has not only magnified the growing importance of the digital world, but triggered an expedited need for decentralization of IT applications to bring them closer to the end-user. Alongside of 5G, real-time virtual demands arising from IoT, metaverse, work-from-home and other video technology advancements are putting the need for more sophisticated infrastructure closer to the consumer.
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