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Getting Ready for the 5G Data Explosion: Data Center Operations

Getting Ready for the 5G Data Explosion: Data Center Operations

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Distribution of mobile core and edge computing capabilities for 5G is key for latency sensitive applications, but it comes at a cost. A distributed network will increase power demands and bring new power requirements at the core and the edge, so new power saving techniques will be necessary to support 5G functional foundations such as multi-access edge computing [MEC]. Placing more resources in these IT hostile environments not only requires new power saving techniques, it also requires impervious to everything, use anywhere technologies to enable rapid 5G deployment and scalability.

This webinar will discuss the opportunities and challenges that 5G will bring and how distributed network topologies will impact core and edge data center design, deployment and operations.
Leaders from ICEOTOPE will share how their next generation liquid cooling technologies offer a game-changing reduction in power consumption, how their silent, sealed and use anywhere cooling technologies are key to enabling rapid 5G deployment and scalability, and how their business model will support the telecom ecosystem in realising its 5G vision.

This webinar will:
  • Discuss why 5G isn’t just another ‘G’ mobile transition and why it holds so much potential.  
  • Give an overview of expected 5G use cases and standards including FWA, eMMB, uRLLC and mMTC.
  • Discuss the importance of distributed computing topology for coverage, latency and challenges therein.
  • Discuss how distributed network topologies will impact core and edge data center and server design, deployment and operations.
  • Review multi-access edge computing (MEC) and its role within 5G.
  • Update on where we are globally with 5G rollouts in terms of timing, spectrum availability, expected services, spectrum bands in use, etc.
  • Review the most pressing challenges with 5G deployment at the site-level including backhaul/front haul capacity, power-cooling, permitting and siting process, remote management, etc.
  • Discuss key components to the MEC stack – software and hardware tools for distributed data delivery and processing on the network.
  • MEC installation options with prefabricated modular data center facilities and packaged cabinets
  • Why we should use liquid cooling at the edge and the benefits of chassis level immersion and precision delivery cooling technologies.
Speakers :
Brian Partridge, Research Vice President
451 Research
David Craig, Director
Iceotope

30 Oct 2019

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