Architecting hybrid IT and edge for digital advantage

Why business leaders should consider a hybrid IT strategy

Architecting hybrid IT and edge for digital advantage - whitepaper from Equinix
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Spurred by a reliance on IT housed outside the traditional data centre and trends like edge analytics, 5G, and IOT, businesses are being pushed closer to edge computing. Through a new architecture based on interconnection and colocation in multi-tenant data centres, enterprises can regain control over their networks and improve performance while also reducing transport cost. 

This strategy of private connections provides the lowest latency to the largest number of destinations as well as better reliability. This Pathfinder paper provides decision makers with an overview of the business value of adopting a hybrid IT strategy. 

Download your free pdf to discover the next steps to gaining a digital advantage for your organisation. 

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