Ultrafast speed, super-low latency, high capacity, seamless connectivity, enhanced support for IoT devices. These are some of the benefits that 5G technology offers. Not surprisingly, the global 5G services market size is growing very quickly. Valued at US$60.61 billion in 2022, it is projected to expand at a CAGR of 59.4% from 2023 to 2030. Asia Pacific led the market in 2022 with a share of more than 40% and the region is estimated to grow at the fastest rate during the forecast period.
Like many other countries, India uses a unique digital validation for identity authentication whenever a citizen or resident accesses public services, applies for a loan, etc. Every institute or organization has to collect KYC (know your customer) documents and validate these with government agencies through a verification process. An enterprise is responsible for performing such validation and verification. Given the very high issuance rate of the digital validation ID, the fact that the country has a population of 1.4 billion people, and that the median age is an Internet-savvy 28.4 years, this responsibility is a very onerous one. Accordingly the IT resources that drive the validation and verification process for ID must be up to the task and expandable.
Estimated at just over $380 billion in 2021, the global cloud computing market is expected to grow significantly in the near future. According to Precedence Research, the market size is projected to hit around $1.61 trillion by 2030, with a CAGR of 17.43% from 2022 to 2030. Such robust expansion is not unexpected given that more and more enterprises are moving to the cloud, with an increasing number adopting cloud-only or cloud-first policies when it comes to procuring IT services (including infrastructure as a service).
Mention power distribution units (PDUs) and the majority of people would think of data centers. But PDUs are used in other settings as well. In manufacturing, PDUs are used in several areas. In development and test labs, they are used to provide reliable and high-quality power to a diverse mix of equipment. On the factory floor, they power up (or down) machines and other equipment used in production and testing lines.
Unwieldy management is a consequence of vendor and rack configuration diversity in data centers. Standards-based modular solutions can bring order to DCs and how they are operated, as a global shipper found out here
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Raritan’s Manufacturing Solution can provide secure, controlled local and remote access and control to hundreds/thousands of semiconductor manufacturing devices.
This application brief will address many of the power infrastructure challenges that are common in factories, production facilities, and large distribution centers. Provided will be real life, on-site experiences as well as an outline of steps required to overcome these costly challenges. In many cases, the implementation of affordable and easy-to-install modular technology has helped address these issues.
Want to dramatically reduce your CAPEX spend on your next data center buildout? Consider deploying hardwired rack power distribution units (rack PDUs).