Edge computing has come a long way. Initially conceived as a way to address bandwidth issues for data traveling long distances, edge computing systems now focus largely on powering and processing Internet of Things (IoT) devices and applications. The continued explosion of IoT has contributed to the growth of edge
As we discussed in our previous blog post, there are many benefits to choosing colocation instead of a traditional data center. These include lower cost, increased security and ease of access. Once you’ve made the decision to colocate your data and IT equipment, the next step is to actually find
In our previous blog posts, we’ve discussed server hosting in detail – the different types and the benefits of server hosting. Today, we’ll cover one of the new and popular trends in the hosting word: edge computing. Edge computing may seem like a complicated concept, but it’s really pretty simple.
Edge computing has become one of the fastest-growing trends in data storage, cloud computing and hybrid IT. But what, exactly, is edge computing? Basically, it is what it sounds like: service providers that operate at the “edge” of existing data centers, rather than in a central data warehouse or in