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Enabling IoT: Reducing latency at the edge of the cloud

  • 18 de outubro de 2016
  • Webinar

Low latency allows human-unnoticeable delays between an input being processed and the corresponding output providing real-time characteristics.1 Service providers and large enterprises with global networks have a great opportunity to place workloads “closer to the edge” for applications that have latency requirements that can't be met by public clouds. OpenStack® quickly and efficiently builds highly-distributed hybrid and private clouds.

Thousands of new Internet of Things (IoT) applications have very demanding ultra-low latency requirements. To meet their needs, service providers need to build hyper-distributed clouds that improve application performance, reduce latency, and offer new value-added NFV services. 

CPLANE NETWORKS and Red Hat have partnered to develop a solution that: Provides seamless orchestration of compute, storage, and networking resources across multiple sites, with integrated connectivity between them. Meets rigorous performance and operational requirements of cloud-centered mega-deployments and can easily scale to thousands of micro-sites. Help enterprises and service providers quickly deliver customer-centric, multi-site OpenStack clouds. Join this webinar to learn more about how to improve application performance, reduce latency, and get value from new NFV services with CPLANE NETWORKS Multi-Site Manager and Red Hat® CloudForms.


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  • Bruce Ericson, senior vice president, Global Sales, CPLANE NETWORKS
  • Sanjay Aiyagari, senior solutions architect, Red Hat 

Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Time: 11:00 a.m. ET

Length: 1 hour

Audience: Business and technical