August 26, 2022
The future of edge and cloud computing addressing security challenges, infrastructure needs and more
As enterprises look to digitally transform how they operate, understanding infrastructure needs is crucial.
The rise of edge computing has given enterprises a new way to collect, analyze and store data, while cloud computing provides enterprises with a way of storing mass amounts of vital data.
Enterprise IT spending on public cloud computing will overtake spending on traditional IT in 2025, according to Gartner. And with edge designed to complement the cloud, it's more important than ever to understand your infrastructure needs.
The AI Summit Austin, taking place Nov. 2-3, has several edge and cloud-related learning opportunities.
The event will cover several AI infrastructure topics, including security challenges, optimizing workloads and infrastructure needs for the metaverse.
Here are some of the panels that’ll dive deeper into edge and cloud technologies:
Dissecting the Future of Edge Investment and Use Cases for Mass Adoption (Nov. 2)
Recognize why the edge is integral to AI and IoT
Discuss innovative use cases of edge computing and understand their trajectory in different sectors
Understand how to reduce management costs and answer some of the other big questions around the future of edge deployment and growth
Dan Whitacre, senior director, Kroger Labs & Technology Transformation, the Kroger Co.
Eric Conn, managing director, IoT For All
ML at the Edge: How do we Decide What Workloads Move to the Edge? (Nov. 2)
Understanding the current edge landscape and use cases to inform our decision making
Solving for latency and bandwidth issues through the edge
How do devices learn at the edge and how do you communicate with central sites?
Brandon Satrom, VP of experience engineering, Blues Wireless
Jonathan Cassell, principal analyst|advanced computing|AI & IoT - Omdia
Using Cloud and Edge Migration to Improve Health Care Processes (Nov. 2)
Learn how cloud solutions can help enable system interoperability for improved patient care
How can we best manage and secure sensitive patient data when it's decentralized?
Discover how innovative advancements using the edge and cloud can enable including precision medicine and genomics
Dylan Kennedy, general manager, U.S., EMQ
But it’s not all edge and cloud
The event is collocated with IoT World and the Quantum Computing Summit, meaning you'll have the chance to meet colleagues and professionals from across the industry — and the globe.
Analyst breakfast briefings
Texas Innovation Tour
Austin after hours
For more information or to participate, contact AI Business Editor Deborah Yao at [email protected].
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