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Dell Joins AT&T to Move Edge Data Centers Wherever They Should Be
Both network edge compute (where telcos plan their edge operations to take place) and Mobile Edge Compute (where the 3GPP organization that defines 5G expects edge operations to be) will be enabled by a single distributed network brought together under the Airship platform, Van Wyk said. That’s important for a number of reasons, one of which isn’t too obvious: The issue of whether edge data centers and the servers deployed there are service provider equipment or customer premise equipment (CPE), makes all the difference as to where they can physically — and even legally — be located.
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2 days ago by yorksranter
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9 days ago by tguemes
HPE to offer entire portfolio 'as a service' by 2022 | FierceTelecom
The mid-market services will be delivered via partnerships with Google Cloud, CyrusOne and Equinix. For the mid-market, GreenLake will be pre-configured for compute, database, private cloud, storage and virtualization workloads, which will cut down on development cycles.

HPE also plans to launch GreenLake for Aruba for edge networking as a service for enterprise Wi-Fi, edge switching and security.
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9 weeks ago by yorksranter
DIY with Akamai: What to do when no one sells the servers you need? You build your own • The Register
"In the general market, there's hardware that's built for very high compute, and hardware that's built for storage. A workload that we have, a combination of CDN and security, doesn't need very high compute," Freedman explained. "And when other people need storage, they don't usually need high IO. Even when we can use spinning disk, the number of drives and configuration, and controller throughput – the boxes that are available, they don't work well."
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9 weeks ago by yorksranter
Akamai on dragging 'em kicking and streaming to the edge: They might be public cloud giants, but we're, er, vids in • The Register
"One common misconception is that the last mile is the bottleneck. If you do the math, you've got tens of thousands of terabits per second of capacity in the last mile, going to the end users – and that's just wired connections. If you look at the cellular connectivity – and again, no precise figures here – there's roughly 10,000Tbps of capacity, or more, in wireless, and that number is going to get a lot bigger with 5G."

"So however you look at it, there's roughly 50,000Tbps of capacity in the last mile, it's a big number. And that's why the edge is so important – there's a ton of capacity there." ®
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9 weeks ago by yorksranter
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9 weeks ago by moderation
Fluent Bit v1.1.3 - Release Notes
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9 weeks ago by moderation
About to give keynote at IEEE Fog and Mobile Edge Computing (FMEC) conf. now a mature discipline --…
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10 weeks ago by martinjc
HPE’s CEO lays out his technology vision | Network World
"We were able to process a billion-record database with 55 million combinations of algorithms in less than a minute."
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may 2019 by crystaltips
why again is it that & is the future?

because with pay-as-you-go we finally have exact…
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march 2019 by geertbaeke.info
RT : Life on the Edge: A First Look at Rancher’s Lightweight Distro via
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march 2019 by geertbaeke.info
Need for privacy is necessarily pushing to towards , leading towards decentralization. un…
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february 2019 by davidorban
Arm’s new Neoverse platforms boost compute and throughput for 5G | FierceTelecom
And today Arm announced its Neoverse N1 and E1 platforms. Neoverse N1 is a high-compute oriented product optimized for 7nm technology. And Neoverse E1 is designed for driving very fast data throughput.

Potential use cases for N1 would be to enable data to be quickly onboarded and processed at a 5G base station or backhauled to a data center where the computing could then be done.
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february 2019 by yorksranter

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