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There’s no time to be offline. This becomes especially true as the Internet hosts more and more business-critical applications and services. While 5G is still around the corner, the throughput available today from cellular service providers can outperform traditional broadband circuits, and is often installed as a secondary network uplink for business continuity/ cellular failover. Yet backup is only the beginning. Wireless connectivity is easy to deploy, and is as fast as many wireline alternatives while being more resilient against service interruptions, making it increasingly viable as a primary connection. This panel will explore the use of wireless for enterprise including fixed wireless for wireline replacement, using wireless to back up wireline, and other use cases for evolving wireless technologies including 5G and the introduction and use of shared spectrum for wireless based on CBRS.
Today, enterprises in nearly every industry sector need to manage data and compute tasks over a landscape of dispersed devices. Bringing intelligence to the next generation of technology demands connectivity between multiple devices, third-party applications, and layers of the compute stack. And this raises questions of bandwidth, where to place data, files and programming functions, and how to best monitor and manage the pieces of this complex environment. A balance of cloud and edge computing along with a renewed focused on the right hardware can help companies deliver intelligence everywhere. Attend this session to learn how to extend your compute capabilities to the edge of the IoT.