The Future of Cloud Computing
Cloud computing is inevitably changing the way that users store, manage and access data. On-demand cloud computing in particular offers a new degree of power to a wide range of businesses, big and small, due to its easy scalability and appetite for new technologies.
With this in mind, it is interesting to consider how digital transformation will evolve.
Paul Gowans, Global Director 5G at VIAVI Solutions discusses how automation and the cloud will deploy, manage and optimise the 5G network - enabling all the verticals.
Life in 2040: How 5G can help us get there? Discussion with Jacobs and Scotland 5G Centre
The Future of 5G
With 5G efforts rapidly advancing, the global market is forecast to grow at a 17% CAGR between now and 2028. It has been predicted by many within the sector that connected devices that rely on fast reliable data transfers will increase.
Users can expect to experience continued faster data speeds and higher bandwidth. As a result, 5G hopes to offer a smarter and more sustainable future.
Cloud & Infrastructure
Cloud and infrastructure services aim to provide companies with solutions that are both scalable and cost-effective. This allows businesses to access and manage resources remotely and use cloud and digital services in a flexible way.
Using these digital tools will also offer better opportunities for improved cybersecurity, efficiencies and easier collaboration between both organisations and platforms.
Tony Grayson, General Manager of Compass Quantum at Compass Datacenters, and David Watkins, Solutions Director at VIRTUS Data Centres, discuss critical environments.
Amir Abdelazim from Detecon International, Jessica Ellis from Deloitte Jeremy Spencer from BAI Communications and Paul Gowans from VIAVI Solutions discuss 5G at Tech Live London 2022.
Those that attend the Cloud & 5G event will have exciting access to discussions concerning how the digital landscape is being transformed.
Discussions and debates about how the sector is changing to embrace digital landscapes aim to encourage businesses and users alike how to best implement, deploy and scale these types of technologies.