A Future at The Edge: Edge Data Center Working Group Solutions Brief Papers
With 5G on the horizon, and the promise of a host of new technology applications, we are set to create an unprecedented amount of data that will require rethinking the way our telecommunications and data infrastructure is built and managed going forward.
This series of Solution Brief Papers will set a framework for the future of edge data center (EDC) development and industry standards.
The EDC Working Group series of Solution Brief Papers will set a framework for the future of EDC development and industry standards. If you’re interested in lending your expertise to this effort, we want to hear from you. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.
Solution Brief 1 – Types and Locations of Edge Data Centers: Scoping Locations That Work for Your Needs
To meet the needs of new applications, data needs to be hosted very close to users and network functionality needs to be performed in milliseconds versus having data processed and stored many cities away from an end user. Download the paper to learn about the types of EDCs and their potential locations that keep data close to the user and fulfill the objectives of latency, bandwidth and quality of service (QoS).
Solution Brief 2 – Site Selection Considerations for Edge Data Centers
Data Center site selection can pose unique site selection challenges, and Edge Data Centers (EDCs) have some specific needs which may vary from other Data Center planning. Download the paper to learn about the most prevalent factors influencing good site selection practices.
Solution Brief 3 – Survivability on the Edge
As today’s emerging technologies move further away from the traditional data center, they drive a need to ensure Redundancy, Accessibility and Survivability (R.A.S) to survive harsh climate or unknown conditions. Download the paper to gain insight into hypothetical 5G applications and learn how to deploy a sustainable EDC in a remote location as an example of a RAS model.
Solution Brief 4 – Physical Security Considerations for Edge Data Centers
Security is critical to the success of an Edge Data Center (EDC) and should include assessing risks and solutions related to environmental factors, physical protection, power supply, telecommunication cabling, access control, video surveillance and security metrics. Download the paper to learn about the key physical security risks facing EDCs and the variety of potential solutions that can help ensure security when selecting a location and building a new EDC.