The AFCOM Journal

Data Center of The Future: What's Next For Edge?

Our first issue is here and it's built around a very popular theme: Data Center of the Future – What’s Next for Edge?
                                                           
It’s hard not to get caught up in the hoopla surrounding edge computing. Like most new technology just beginning to take shape, its definition is often complex and uses differ among participants. Maybe you’ve listened intently to webinars or keynotes exploring edge computing. Or, the topic comes up in conversation with your peers. Chances are, you walked away with more questions than answers. In this first issue, we aim to clarify edge computing today and what it means for the future of the data center.

         


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AFCOM TN Chapter Meet 2019 Q11/24/2019AFTNQ12019
South Texas Chapter Meeting 01/24/20191/24/2019TXS190124
St Louis Gateway Chapter Winter Meeting1/30/2019MOSTL0130
Central Ohio Casino Night2/1/2019OHC010218
Michigan AFCOM Chapter Meeting2/5/2019190205MI
Norcal Chapter Happy Hour Networking & Knowledge Exchange2/7/2019NC02072019

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