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Prayson Pate explores role of edge compute in tomorrow’s data centers at NGON

Virtual presentation will discuss how requirements for low latency, enhanced security and ultra-availability will lead to hyper-localization

New applications are increasingly dependent on low latency, enhanced security and ultra-availability, generating the need for hyper-localization. This means traditional cloud computing infrastructure must be extended with compute resources brought close to the end user.

In this presentation, Prayson Pate will discuss new models that boost energy efficiency and make costs scalable. He will explain how edge computing will both complement and challenge existing data center designs.

Register now and then log in before 10:40 a.m. GMT on Thursday, November 18.