Author: DC2020

Guest blog author: Elisabeth Schwarz, Director, Service Provider Markets, APAC, Epsilon Telecommunications Bio: Elisabeth heads up the Asia Pacific Sales team from Hong Kong and leads the strategic development for commercial activities within the region. LinkedIn: Elisabeth Schwarz   [line] Real time data and network analytics are bringing a deeper level of intelligence to data centre connectivity and creating networks that deliver reliability, efficiency and guaranteed performance. As applications and services become more...

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Guest blog: Daniel Thomas,  Director at Compare The Cloud Twitter: Compare the Cloud LinkedIn: Daniel Thomas Original article posted on Compare the Cloud: The technology landscape in the year 2025 [line] It is easy to predict what is coming up for the next year but thinking further out is always a challenge.  In this blog post I am going to look at advances made in 2015 that will impact us in 2025. Quantum...

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Guest blog author: GianLuca Carola, Director, Cloud and Application Markets, Epsilon Telecommunications Bio: Mark Gianluca leads the strategic development for Cloud, Content and Applications global markets in Epsilon. LinkedIn: GianLuca Carola   [line] The move from data centres to digital centres is driving change in the network. By 2020, networks will have transitioned from traditional point to point services to being dynamic on demand and elastic services which enable all kinds of...

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It’s official. Driverless cars will be tested on Britain’s motorways from next year. George Osborne wants to see the country “lead the world in new technologies and infrastructure”. The Chancellor has previously stated “driverless cars could represent the most fundamental change to transport since the invention of the internal combustion engine". These measures are expected to position the UK as one of pioneers of the driverless vehicle...

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Last month’s Consumer Electronic Show (CES) showed television fans have lots to look forward in 2016. Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) TVs, which switch off pixels during dark scenes, heightening contrast to unprecedented levels, grabbed many headlines. High Dynamic Range (HDR) was a phrase commonly heard on many manufacturers’ stands. HDR will make screens even more vibrant, and shadows even more complex. And Samsung announced unveiled its...

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cars at a junction with Wi-Fi signals above

What will the world’s roads look like by 2020? In the top 10 cities for traffic congestion, rush hour journeys take twice as long on average. Emissions are forcing governments to take drastic action. It’s clear something has to give. Enter the smart car At CES 2016 Toyota unveiled plans to deploy Livio’s SmartDeviceLink (SDL). SDL is a system for connecting drivers to their vehicles via apps, voice...

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connected consumer goods

Many people by now have some level of awareness of The Internet of Things (IoT), if not first-hand experience. Most newspapers have featured stories about connected products. Washing machines that send notifications when a part needs renewing. A kettle that boils based on your estimated waking time. Lights that switch on when you arrive. So what’s the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) all about? Simply, it’s IoT...

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autonomics

The way computers manage themselves is being redefined. Here's why. Back in 2001, IBM launched its model of autonomic computing. It was based on the human body’s autonomic nervous system, which regulates unconscious bodily functions. The type of things that you do without thinking about it, such as breathing and digestion. What’s changed is the advance of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cloud computing. Autonomic computing was traditionally...

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Data world

It's time for data centres to start reimagining the future – today. Because next-generation business requires next-generation infrastructure. Faster connections, more secure networks and increased power. Fast-forward to the year 2020 and view the future of the data centre in a Digital Centre era: (click for larger version or download pdf, 1mb) ...

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This year, 72 billion wearables have been shipped worldwide. By 2019, this is forecast to reach 156 billion. The resulting explosion in data volumes will ask serious questions of data centre infrastructure. So what's the answer? Google Trends showing increase in searches for “wearables” The early days Smartbands were many people’s introduction to wearables. Measuring things like heartbeat, sleeping patterns, movement. All great, but mainly appealing to the health and fitness...

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