Industry insights and educational content on data centers and smart buildings.
The importance of edge computing to IoT projects is not a new concept. Hear how the largest public cloud players in the industry explain why public cloud is not suitable for driving IoT applications.
As an industry, we have seen this with several recent trends that have dominated conference agendas (see: energy efficiency, modularity, cloud, edge). The risk in this singular focus is that businesses are not homogenous.
LEDG team has been busy partnering with healthcare facilities leaders to improve their buildings through the implementation of LED lighting and control systems. Many are working to pave the way for smart building design.
This session will discuss new service delivery models, explore strategies, and share use cases and solutions amongst peers to help organizations navigate the next phase of the network-connected economy.
As organizations implement occupancy and other sensor-based technologies, these solutions will use a sophisticated network infrastructure to gather, compute, and analyze data that enable leaders to better automate their buildings.
The emergence of smart buildings and data-driven facilities management practices has begun to create some confusion on how to make investments in facilities and the systems that help operate them.
The launch of a service like NVIDIA’s cloud-based gaming reminds data center operators – especially those in industries like higher education – that they need to deliver data center and network capacity on-premise remains critically important.
The report includes an overview of the fast-growth lighting technology industry and comprehensive information on the impact energy efficient lighting has on business and policymakers, the environment, and consumers.