Telecom Review recently visited with Edward Henigan, CTO of Data Foundry, in order to learn more about this issue as it affects many other data center locations across Texas
Reports and Coverage
Canada Decides on Digital Taxation of Tech Giants
In a move to increase taxes on business the Canadian government’s Federal Budget 2021 confirms the implementation of a digital services tax (DST) at a rate of 3% on revenue from digital service providers such as Amazon, Facebook, and Netflix that rely on data and content contributions from Canadian users.
6G Roadmap Now Set into Action
According to an IEEE paper, the post-pandemic future will offer tremendous opportunity and challenge in linking physical, digital, and biological worlds to transform the human experience as a whole. Considering this, 6G is anticipated to be a new architecture that will bring to life the vision of connecting all worlds into one.
Ingram Micro Announces Global Business Relationship with UiPath
Growing its artificial intelligence (AI) portfolio, Ingram Micro Inc. announced an expanded, and now global, business relationship with UiPath, a leading enterprise automation software company and robotic process automation (RPA) tech innovator.
The Old Girl’s Memory Will be Buried at Sea
TAT-14. The name Evoque’s memories of the transformation of intercontinental networks changing for the better. It reminds us of the birth of the “non-consortium submarine cable systems”. The lights have now been dimmed.
EdgeConnex: Bringing the Edge Closer
Telecom Review recently reached out to Phillip Marangella, CMO at EdgeConneX to get his thoughts on providing Edge service to the industry. The following are some of his responses.
IoT, 5G, AI: Among US Data Center Market’s Growth Drivers
The US data center market by investment is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3% during the forecast period of 2020-2026, according to the data of ResearchAndMarkets.com.
Fragile to Agile: Understanding Managed SD-Wan and SDWaaS
The global software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) market size is expected to reach $43.0 billion by 2030, exhibiting a CAGR of 38.6% in a span of ten years. North America undoubtedly accounts for the largest size in the SD-WAN market. The major factors supporting the industry growth in this region include the presence of established market players, the launch of advanced SD-WAN solutions, and the commercialization of the 5G network infrastructure.
US Mobile Carriers Fall Behind eSIM Adoption, Says GlobalData
Use of the embedded subscriber identity module (eSIM) in mobile phones surged globally as mobile operators transitioned to a more streamlined approach to signing on new customers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, US mobile carriers have been slower to adopt and market the technology, says GlobalData.
Investing Beneath the Surface: Submarine Cables
Looking at the media nowadays, lots of articles talking about wireless connectivity, satellite, and cloud computing do exist. But is the public aware that submarine cables found underwater are the invisible forces driving the modern Internet?