Why and how lag and distance must be minimized
New innovations are emerging daily in data-driven business and end-user applications, and there are heightened expectations of performance and resilience of connectivity. As such, key tasks of digital infrastructure providers include constantly pushing bandwidths to meet growing demand, accelerating data transport, and ensuring the seamless and secure flow of data.
Data needs to get closer to the edge, but how far away is too far away? New technologies will support faster and more efficient handling of growing volumes of data - tell us how you are supporting the evolution of digital infrastructure for the Internet and economies of tomorrow.
For the Issue on Digital Infrastructure in November 2021, dotmagazine welcomes articles from members, partners and customers of the eco Association/DE-CIX Group that showcase how to serve the data speeds of the digital society and digital economy of today and tomorrow.
Submission date for Part I: 29 September 2021
Submission date for Part II: 13 October 2021.
Contributions can take the form of:
The next generation of digital infrastructure
- Wireless connectivity: 5G, satellite connectivity, other wireless innovations
- Innovations in fixed-line connectivity
- Building bridges between networks, enterprises, and organizations
- Various solutions and technologies for serving data and content as close to the user as possible
- Narrowing the digital divide - bringing digital infrastructure to far-flung regions
Use cases demanding low latency in fields such as
- Automotive & mobility
- Critical processes
You have a related burning topic that doesn’t fit into the categories above? Talk to us! firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: your contribution should not be too technical – the focus should be more on the strategic level.
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