Closing the Digital Divide Through Open Ecosystems
The demand on network infrastructure rises exponentially as people increasingly spend their personal and professional lives online. Scalable infrastructure that can handle high-capacity packet processing is a necessity to participate in global society, especially for those living in rural areas at the edge of the network. Unfortunately, there is a prevalent digital divide in rural communities that do not have access to high-speed connectivity and emerging services. An article written by Kaloom's head of sales, USA markets, Gus Vasilakis.
Private 5G and Edge Computing for Industrial IoT
Enterprises are wrestling with transforming, from hosting all their workloads within their data centers to a hybrid, multi-cloud world where they use a combination of dedicated instances and leveraged As-a-Service functions. 5G and edge computing should be an aspect of that transformation, not another layer of complexity on top, and most certainly not a step back to managing a large of amount of disparate compute, storage and network resources in a bespoke manner. Click below to read the full article written by our SVP of Customer eXperience, Neeloy Bhattacharyya.
Kaloom 2023 Predictions: The Edge is Here; Edge to Multi-Cloud is Next
What does the future of data networking look like in 2022? If the past two years are any indicators, we are entering a challenging year where supply chain issues, the impact of unforeseen variants, and a recovering global economy will set the stage. Click below to read the full article written by our CEO and founder, Laurent Marchand.