Tsecond is joining forces withTD Synnexto enable the digital transformation of enterprises and organizations by addressing the complexities of massive data capture, storage, processing, and movement from any edge to cloud environment or data center.
As businesses expect technology to play a critical role in digitally transforming operations, IT departments need to widen their aperture to include the network as an important part of ensuring the transformation happens with no interruptions.
According to the DataReportal Digital 2021 report, there were 4.67 million mobile connections and 2.88 million internet users in Qatar in January 2021, and the digital landscape across the country is transforming rapidly.
Mike Jackson, director of products and data center software at Eaton, takes a deep dive into digitization. From implementation and cybersecurity challenges to sustainability and increased revenue opportunities, he covers it all in this episode of The Thought Cloud.
Meeza’s new M-VAULT data centers, offering cloud services to customers in Qatar, the region, and the world, were built using Vertiv Integrated Modular Solutions (IMS), which provided a simple way to install capacity in a fraction of the time it would take for a traditional data center build due to its pre-engineered and prefabricated nature.
Each company will bring its own strengths to the effort
January 31, 2023
The aviation industry is evolving, with innovations being made in both flight and air traffic operations. Electric VTOLs bring a new mobility market that positively impacts communities through traffic decongestion and connection to areas not well-served by the current aviation system.
One fundamental difference between a Digital Twin of a device and a Digital Twin of a person (Digital Patient) is that the former starts logging data immediately and does so continuously, whereas the latter has to be compiled and matured over time.
Today, data center power systems can do so much more than simply support reliable power. Digital solutions and electrical infrastructure are delivering sophisticated data analytics, control, and new energy management capabilities — and even opening the door to new revenue streams.
Telecom operators have tried for years to encourage customers to voluntarily adopt digital, self-service tools, apps, and platforms — such as chatbots and e-care apps — as opposed to seeking human support in retail shops and hotlines.