Brian Partridge, 451 Research Director of Applied Infrastructure | Chris Wright, Red Hat CTO | & Others
About this talk
Data, analytics, and artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) support modern innovations that organizations need in today’s fast-moving marketplace by providing insights that uncover opportunities to deliver new services or optimize costs. Whether companies are looking for low-latency or intermittent connectivity across footprints, edge computing can improve infrastructure resilience and application availability.
5th Generation wireless networks represent the opportunity for telecommunications service providers to expand their core value to private wireless networks in industrial and enterprise environments, and empower next generation use cases including commercial fleet management and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) infrastructure for emergency services and self-driving cars. When paired with multi-access edge computing, telecommunications service providers can leverage their unique geographic advantage to offer the right application services to customers with the highest performance at a very competitive cost.
Join 451 Research Director of Applied Infrastructure, Brian Partridge, for a virtual roundtable of industry experts who will discuss building carrier-edge solutions using open-source technologies and the collaboration across the edge technology and community ecosystem.
Red Hat’s CTO Chris Wright will kick-off this virtual event, along with other prominent members of the community participating as well.
Discover how Red Hat’s open hybrid cloud delivers IT services on any infrastructure quickly and cost effectively with a broad portfolio of hybrid cloud infrastructure, application services, cloud-native application development, and automation solutions.…