New Delhi, Driven by the new, do-anything-from-anywhere world, 75 per cent of data will be processed at the edge outside of a traditional data centre or cloud by 2025, Dell Technologies founder and CEO Michael Dell has stressed.The edge computing market is growing fast, accelerated by the remote work and learning in the ongoing pandemic.Addressing the 'Dell Technologies World 2021' virtually on Wednesday, Dell said it's estimated that more than $700 billion in capex will be spent within the decade on edge infrastructure.While 10 per cent of data is processed outside of the data centre today, 75 per cent of data will be processed outside of a traditional data center or cloud by 2025. That data will be generated in the real world at the edge and to transform that data into outcomes will require real-time analytics and intelligence," Dell emphasised while addressing thousands of customers, employees and channel partners during his keynote. "You all have an enormous amount of data and it's only going to grow faster. And the plot of every company, of every organisation right now, is to figure out how to turn their data into better insights, actions and results, and to do it faster," Dell noted. Momentum is building toward a hybrid, distributed future, fuelled by data analytics that are processed in real time and to digitalise and secure processes operations and business models."
Source: Economic Times May 06, 2021 06:45 UTC