Why The Edge is Demanding Next Generation Network Fabrics

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George Crump

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Edge Computing, often referred to as Distributed Cloud, is becoming a requirement for a set of new application use cases revolving around IoT, AI/ML and other new technologies requiring ultra low latency, data thinning to reduce bandwidth costs, autonomy, and privacy. These drivers mean that data center operators need to rethink their networking infrastructure as they plan for and deploy edge compute which will result in an explosion of mini- and micro-data centers. New approaches leveraging open networking, next generation SDN fabrics and network automation are required to simplify, manage and troubleshoot their increasingly distributed network infrastructures. Join Storage Switzerland's Lead Analyst, George Crump and Pluribus Network's Mike Capuano for our on demand Lightboard webinar, "Using Next Generation Network Fabric for Your Distributed Cloud."

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