Edge computing is moving away from the “edges” to become a mainstream approach and an important consideration in industries where real-time data is needed to drive better business decisions. We look at four key factors driving the success of edge computing.
- AvailabilityCost of DowntimeFault ToleranceVirtualization
In the third article in our new virtualization series, we take a closer look at how virtualization helps companies achieve high application availability — as high as 99.999 percent — critical in an always-on world.
- Edge ComputingVirtualization
What you need to know about virtualization-from the two aspects of information systems and production systems
Even if we say virtualization in a nutshell, the content differs between information systems and production systems. This article provides definitions, benefits, and examples of virtualization from two perspectives. In addition, we will tell you that it is advantageous to utilize edge computing for virtualization.
- Edge ComputingIIoTLeadershipVirtualization
4 Steps for Achieving Business Continuity Through Remote Monitoring and Control in Challenging Times
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, engineering and operations leaders are now seeking ways to achieve business continuity while optimizing peak…
- Cost of DowntimeEdge ComputingIIoTVirtualization
The promise of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is inspiring customers to think big in the long term, but in the short term, implementing IIoT solutions is proving more challenging than many expected.
Falmouth, MA, like many smaller communities, faced specific challenges when confronting the need to modernize the town’s water system. Learn how they evaluated which combination of technologies would create the results they needed.