Stay Tuned for Our Upcoming eBook: “Race to 5G and What It Means for Data Centers”

Keep on the lookout for our upcoming eBook that will serve as a comprehensive overview of 5G. Throughout the last few years, 5G has maintained a significant amount of buzz from implementation to deployment. Even our own President is asserting that the US will “lead in 5G very shortly.” But what exactly are we racing to? How technically close are we to the official Race to 5Gand universal rollout of 5G? These are the questions we will answer in the upcoming eBook “Race to 5G and What It Means for Data Centers.”

Make sure to download the eBook upon its release, to read about some of the following topics:

  • Overview of 5G
  • Status of 5G Implementation in US
  • 5G and Data Centers
  • 5G Challenges / Opportunities for Data Centers
  • What’s Ahead for 5G – End of the Race?

The eBook will be available for download in the next couple of weeks; make sure to follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn for our updates!

The Data Center in 2019: Hot Technologies & Trends – 5G Demand

Referencing an IHS Economics and IHS Technology Report from 2017, 5G is expected to lay the groundwork for technologies such as enabling self-driving cars to be more responsive to traffic changes or IoT sensors being integrated into smart buildings and smart cities in the coming years. This report also finds that 5G has the potential to create a staggering $12.2 trillion in global economic output by 2035.

5G promises increased speeds and capacity, lower latency (less than 1 millisecond!), and an improved user experience. To stay relevant alongside 5G,, it is imperative for data centers to host and stream data at significant higher speeds, volumes, and lower latencies.

It is critical for data centers to offer low latency so as to not slow down the data transmission, as well as strong reliability and redundancy. With 5G, users will come to expect instant access whenever and wherever, and data centers who want to comply with these services must adhere.

Today’s data centers, such as 165 Halsey Street, are well equipped for the new wave of mobile networks. The facilities that are not should consider focusing on hardware refreshes and upgrades to ensure the lowest latency possible, along with a wealth of bandwidth to manage the high volume that 5G and other technologies, such as Edge Computing will bring.

Interested in reading about more 2019 hot technologies and trends in the data center?  Download our e-book today!

Network Security: Challenges and Opportunities for 2017/18

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Per Gartner*, worldwide spending on information security is expected to reach $90 billion in 2017. The topic of cybersecurity remains one of the hottest in the tech and telecom industries today. A critical issue that spans the world, there remain several challenges, including a shortage of skills and lack of total control. Fortunately, with the focus so strongly on cybersecurity, leaders continue to take the reins in exploring the technologies and techniques needed to successfully confront cyberattacks.

We are excited to introduce to you our newest eBook, “Network Security: Challenges and Opportunities for 2017/18” available for free download here.

In this ebook, we review the challenges and opportunities surrounding keeping networks as secure as possible and thwarting cyberattacks.

As part of our new eBook offering, we will share with you excerpts in a six-part blog series on network security – challenges and opportunities. Stay tuned each week for more!

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Thanks for reading!

 

*Source: http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/3638017