What is edge computing?
Edge computing is designed to put applications and data closer to devices — and their users. While cloud computing drove the creation of mega data centers, edge computing brings the power of distributed IT, spread across an exponential number of micro data centers.
Find everything you need to know about the edge and its role in the digital transformation.
Why edge computing?
Meet user expectations by complementing cloud-based resources — from compute power to storage and applications — to improve the customer experience through digital transformation and streamlined operations while creating new business opportunities.
Edge data centers help achieve higher bandwidth, lower latency, regulatory compliance around location, and data privacy.
What does resiliency at the edge mean?
Learn why server rooms and edge closets dominate system availability, and how these mission-critical micro data centers — if not designed and managed correctly — could be your weakest link. Kevin Brown, SVP, EcoStruxure Solutions, explains in this video.
Explore more about resiliency at the edge with our white paper.
Edge Computing in Practice
An expanded portfolio for the entire infrastructure lifecycle.
Plan, design, manage, and operate a more resilient, secure, and sustainable IT infrastructure.
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Upgrading the edge infrastructure in schools can help support a great learning experience for students while providing 24/7 network availability. And when your IT staff has visibility anywhere, anytime, that means teachers can focus on the most important subjects — their students.
See how schools in Stockholm deliver resiliency that supports the demands of quality education.