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The AI rocket is powered by Edge to Cloud

Posted by Marc-Elian Bégin on 08-Mar-2019 10:30:43

If AI were a rocket, the first stage would be the cloud, the second the edge, and data would be the fuel

Strategic leaders investing in AI will need a complete rocket to boost business

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Topics: Cloud for Business, Edge, IoT, Industry 4.0, edge computing, near data processing, Artificial Intelligence, Edge-to-Cloud, AI, Edge-to-Edge, BigData

Cloud and Edge are part of the same Continuum

Posted by Marc-Elian Bégin on 10-Oct-2018 11:23:00

There have been wild predictions recently that the edge will overtake if not kill the cloud in terms of volume of data processed. While it is helpful to raise awareness of the potential of edge computing, which is undoubtedly huge, it is also an oversimplification. Instead of adding fuel to this dispute, I prefer to offer peace and bring those two fundamental building blocks together.

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Topics: Cloud for Business, Smart Cities, Edge, IoT, Industry 4.0, edge computing, near data processing

Improving Emergency Situation Management in Smart Cities

Posted by Cristóvão Cordeiro on 09-Oct-2017 16:47:23

Managing the Fog

Fog computing and edge computing are ways of bringing cloud computing capabilities to the edge of the network and closer to the rapidly growing number of connected devices and sensors that consume computing services and generate massive amounts of data. This raises difficulties in terms of the architecture and management of computing systems and it is exactly this issue which is being addressed by  the mF2C project.

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Topics: Cloud for Business, Smart Cities

Demystifying Hyperconvergence

Posted by Marc-Elian Bégin on 20-Sep-2016 15:39:29

It's hard to keep up with IT trends. Hyperconvergence is one of the latest buzz words in IT and cloud computing. It embodies an attempt to simplify IT systems and provides simpler hardware and software solutions from which to build integrated cloud services.  It's not surprising, since the IT world is swimming in complexity and most C-level executives are trying to understand why they don't reap the benefit of recent moves toward cloud computing and software-defined everything.

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Topics: Cloud for Business