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
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
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
Cloud AI developer CloudMinds has partnered with Zenlayer to power its artificial intelligence engines in the cloud.
“AI is poised to transform our lives in almost every way, from healthcare to retail to entertainment,” said Joe Zhu, Founder and CEO of Zenlayer. “We are excited to assist CloudMinds in reaching its goal of developing the first humanoid robot by 2025.”Read More
According to research firms MarketsandMarkets and Allied Market Research, the global colocation market will grow to more than $50 billion by 2020, a CAGR of over 12% from 2015 to 2020.
Here, we have identified three key trends affecting the colocation market…Read More