What infrastructure investments need to be made to support ubiquitous computing in a smart city?
The world’s smartest city; New York, is home to well over a dozen data centers, and consequently tasked with handling vast workloads and volumes of data generated, processed and consumed by various smart city gateways.
As the number of distributed sensors, control systems and gateways grow entangled with city infrastructure, is it finally time to start thinking about the data center as the ‘fourth utility’?
This presentation will outline what role the modern data center will play in connecting and powering the city which never sleeps.
This session took place on June 21, 2021
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