Addressing a Future at the Edge
To meet the needs of new high-bandwidth, low-latency applications, data needs to be hosted close to users and network functionality performed in milliseconds versus having data processed and stored in centralized data centers located sometimes many cities away from its source.
The solution lies in edge computing that brings IT and cloud-based services closer to end users and devices. However, edge data centers are unique and industry-driven edge data center standards are critical to the success of these localized computing spaces. That’s where TIA’s Edge Data Center Working Group comes in.
TIA’s Edge Data Center Working Group brings together carriers, data center owners, equipment and cabling suppliers, consultants, auditing firms, and others to establish best practices for edge data centers within TIA-942.
If you’re interested in lending your expertise to this effort, we want to hear from you. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.
Low-latency communication at the edge requires rethinking how and where data centers are built and managed. This position paper explores why reliability, resiliency and scalability to support growth and emerging technologies can only come from a globally-recognized, industry-driven standard and certification program based on an objective and transparent data center design framework.
As data centers continue to evolve with the emergence of 5G and edge applications, commitment to resilience and reliability must be demonstrated transparently through independent data center certification against an industry-defined standard. This webinar will describe why the ANSI/TIA-942 data center standard and certification program are critical to ensuring the successful deployment of the new applications enabled by 5G. Attendees will get an overview of the latest information around TIA-942 and hear industry experts present their perspectives on why the resiliency of the data center is paramount to building trust in our digital infrastructure.
The global market for edge data centers is projected to triple over the next five years with 50% of enterprise-generated data expected to be created and processed outside of traditional centralized data centers.
Edge data center standards and certification programs will be critical to ensuring cost-effective and reliable high-speed, low-latency data processing through localized computing, storage and analytics that support next-generation 5G and smart building/smart city IoT and IIoT technologies such as:
- Self-driving vehicles, smart traffic systems
- Virtual and augmented reality
- Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-to-machine (M2M) communication
- Enhanced e-commerce, gaming and video streaming
- Advanced telemedicine, smart grids, remote resource monitoring and location services