Unlocking the power of 5G in our urban areas

August 17, 2021 | USA

5G technology is expected to be 100 times faster than the existing 4G networks, with a much lower latency rate, or lag, when sending and receiving data in real-time. It will also be able to handle a much larger number of connected devices than current networks, enabling them to speak to one another. Powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning, the potential of smart urban areas and the Internet of Things will be unleashed.

Spotlight

The ubiquity of mobile devices is no longer surprising. As smartphones, tablets and notebook computers proliferate, many users have more than one of these devices whether personally owned or issued by the user’s organization. Users are increasingly demanding the right to use their personal devices instead of agency-issued devices to access applications and data, a trend better known as “bring your own device.” BYOD reduces the number of devices that users need to carry around and maintain, and it allows users to choose the platforms and form factors that work best for them.


OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

Investing in the South: Are Data Centers Still a High Conviction Investment?

October 20, 2022 | USA

Mintz Member Jeffrey Moerdler will be speaking on a panel at BISNOW'S Dice South 2022 conference, titled "Investing in the South: Are Data Centers Still a High Conviction Investment?" on Thursday, October 20.

The Open Source Infrastructure Conference

July 19-20, 2022 | Germany

stackconf is about open source infrastructure solutions in the spectrum of continuous integration, container, hybrid and cloud technologies. International experts present their ideas for bridging the gap between development, testing and operations. Join lectures on infrastructure topics around the whole DevOps lifecycle including building, CI/CD, running and monitoring. Learn about innovative technology mixes and future-oriented design of large infrastructures. Join us in July, 2022 in Berlin!

Future of Infrastructure: The digital future is built on Cloud

November 15, 2022 | Finland

The future of digital infrastructure is cloud in all its forms: private, hybrid and multicloud including edge. To use cloud successfully, organizations need to align their digital infrastructure with their business strategy and master 7 aspects of cloud:

Datacentre & Cloud Infrastructure Summit

August 23-24, 2022 | Malaysia

To power a tech-driven economy by 2030, the Malaysian Govt. has launched a 10-year digital economy blueprint called MyDIGITAL. The datacentre & cloud industry has emerged as the key enabler for realizing this vision. With all the favourable conditions like cost-competitive power availability, easy access to skilled employees, abundant renewable energy along with a relatively cheaper access to land and construction costs in the ASEAN region, the Malaysian datacentre market size is set to witness $1.4 billion investment by 2026. The country’s public cloud market alone has reached $643.4 million, making it the second-biggest cloud market in Southeast Asia.

Spotlight

The ubiquity of mobile devices is no longer surprising. As smartphones, tablets and notebook computers proliferate, many users have more than one of these devices whether personally owned or issued by the user’s organization. Users are increasingly demanding the right to use their personal devices instead of agency-issued devices to access applications and data, a trend better known as “bring your own device.” BYOD reduces the number of devices that users need to carry around and maintain, and it allows users to choose the platforms and form factors that work best for them.

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