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White Paper 280 - Practical Guide to Ensuring Availability at Edge Computing Sites

Industrial Edge Computing Forum

Partnering with Schneider Electric for edge computing empowers System Integrators to differentiate and grow their business in today’s IIoT world through an expanded offer portfolio, essential training, risk reduction, and reduced time to market.

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White Paper 280 - Practical Guide to Ensuring Availability at Edge Computing Sites

Dear community members:

 

I would like to share with you this white paper: Practical Guide to Ensuring Availability at Edge Computing Sites. Below is a brief summary:  

 

IT stakeholders recognize the need for computing at distributed sites, where part or all of their business operations take place. Assessing the criticality of these edge sites should reveal which sites are in greater need of availability improvement. Schneider’s experience with edge computing environment assessments reveals a list of practical actions that improve the availability of IT operations by improving the physical infrastructure systems supporting the IT. This paper provides specific availability improvements broken down by eight key systems including power, cooling, physical security, environment, and management.

 

To learn more about this topic, read full article by Victor Avelar Here. 

 

Yanling

Yanling CHEN
Marketing and Communication Specialist
Secure Power Division Commercial & Industrial
Schneider Electric
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