- Marc Garner, Schneider Electric
How are data centers for smart factories and supply chain changing and what’s driving this?
The rise of Industrial IoT (IIoT), and Industry 4.0, means the manufacturing and processing sectors have access to more data than ever before with the smart factory taking center stage. With machine learning, advanced robotics, and IOT on the rise in the sector, 'smart manufacturing' is driving attention to data center performance, latency and automation on the factory floor.
In broadcast, we ask how the data center requirements for heavy industry, smart factories and the supply chain are changing and what major factors are driving this? And, what questions still need to be answered about the efficacy of edge computing?
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