With cloud computing being pushed to the edge, the demand for flexibility, visibility and performance are becoming more important than ever. Internet of Things (IoT) workloads in particular will require higher levels of support. According to Gartner, there will be approximately 1.7 billion new IoT devices per year attaching to the enterprise network in 2023…Read More
Zenlayer has joined the Telecom Infra Project (TIP), an engineering-focused initiative that aims to reimagine the traditional approach to building and deploying telecom network infrastructure. Co-founded by Facebook, Intel, Nokia, SK Telecom, and Deutsche Telekom, and driven by operators, infrastructure providers, and system integrators, TIP explores new approaches and technologies across three focus areas – access,…Read More
According to iResearch, China’s online learning market is expected to reach 540 billion yuan in 2022, an astonishing 170% increase from 2017. This rapid growth in the online learning industry is largely fueled by users who are becoming more receptive to online education. Key factors favoring market growth include time flexibility, low cost and easy…Read More
Autonomous cars are becoming mainstream every day. Autonomous cars aren’t just tangible Artificial Intelligence, they’re also paving the way for edge computing. As producers of autonomous cars quickly discovered, edge computing and autonomous cars go hand-in-hand. It’s only by working together that mass adoption is achievable. When The Cloud Isn’t Fast Enough It’s one thing for…Read More
Clouds are coming down to earth and have been pushing computing to the edge. Devices are now taking some of the processing workload, which is why edge computing is so exciting. In some circles, edge computing is also known as fog computing. So why does edge computing matter? Can’t the cloud gods handle everything? Sometimes…Read More
The cloud is becoming a blunt tool in the shed. The trend towards edge computing seems to be slowly pushing cloud computing to the edge. Is edge computing vaporizing clouds? The short answer is no. But the more complex answer is cloud computing may not always be the best solution. Edge Computing vs. Cloud Computing Edge…Read More
Gaming is a growing industry with millions of players signing on to servers everyday to socialize and play. It is critical to provide a stable gaming environment to improve user experience (UX) and engagement. With the majority of games relying on servers to provide content and multi-player capabilities, it’s more important than ever for the…Read More
Just as businesses start committing to the cloud, another trend starts to emerge – edge computing.
Right now, edge computing is trending in North America for a variety of reasons. As with all technology, moving to the edge is simply the next evolution from the cloud.
While edge computing and cloud computing will work hand-in-hand, businesses are starting to find that for some things, closer data processing is the better choice.Read More
There’s a new trend in modern computing that is coming up behind cloud computing, and this is called “edge computing.” The relationship that edge computing and cloud computing have can be fairly complex. Here’s a look at whether edge computing is set to replace the cloud, or whether, ultimately, something else will happen more akin to coexistence.Read More
Reaching the Chinese marketplace is likely a lucrative prospect for enterprises like yours offering streaming video or mobile services. While you’ve perhaps made inroads into this, you’ve probably fought the firewalls China uses to block specific content. To get around this, many businesses now use VPN’s, or virtual private networks.
Despite many VPN’s operating in China lately, a recent dramatic crackdown took place. This could soon change how companies effectively send content without using more technical means.
This news might throw your own business into a quandary after depending on VPNs to get mobile and video services to Chinese citizens. What does it mean for the future of VPNs and unfiltered content there?
There is some hope, mostly through other technological options.Read More