Cool The Edge of the cloud by advanced Liquid Cooling Technologies.

Cool The Edge of the cloud by advanced Liquid Cooling Technologies.

Cool The Edge of the cloud by advanced Liquid Cooling Technologies.Cool The Edge of the cloud by advanced Liquid Cooling Technologies.Cool The Edge of the cloud by advanced Liquid Cooling Technologies.

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Why Cloud 9 Edge Technologies

Cloud9 Edge Technologies makes the case for edge computing and Fog server liquid cooling


Edge or fog computing pushes the applications, data and computing power away from centralized computing nodes to the edge of the network. In addition to providing sub-second response to end users, edge computing provides high levels of scalability, reliability and fault tolerance. The advantages of edge computing include;

  • Significantly less data movement across the network.  This results in reduced congestion, cost and latency and elimination of bottlenecks resulting from centralized computing systems
  • Improved security of encrypted data as it stays closer to the end user reducing exposure to hostile elements
  • Improved scalability arising from virtualized systems.

Edge computing brings bandwidth-intensive content and latency-sensitive applications closer to the user or data source. The most time-sensitive data is analyzed at the network edge, close to where it is generated, rather than being sent to the cloud. This allows systems to act on IoT data in milliseconds, while sending selected data to the cloud for historical analysis and longer-term storage.

Edge computing speeds up awareness and response to events. In industries such as manufacturing, oil and gas, utilities, transportation, mining, and the public sector, faster response times can improve output, boost service levels, and increase safety. Our edge/fog server cooling solutions are built with this in mind.

For Example

  • On a factory floor, a temperature sensor on a critical machine sends readings associated with imminent failure. A technician is dispatched to repair the machine in time to avoid a costly shutdown.
  • In oil and gas exploration, collected data can be processed in real time onsite instead of requiring transportation to a data center.
  • In utilities, ruggedized cameras at remote field substations detect an intruder and alert security officers. Almost instantaneous analysis reveals similar events at other substations, automatically raising the alert to the highest level.
  • In video production, compute-intensive processing can be done on location to reduce overall production time.

Why Edge Computing


Enterprises today have adopted a cloud-first mentality, and the numbers show it. According to a 2018 Gartner survey, investment is public cloud services will reach $186.4 billion this year, representing 21.4 percent growth from 2017. But there’s growth that is just as exciting and strategic taking place far from the cloud, down at the network edge in the world of end user devices, Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and other network-connected systems.

Without strategic management of the network edge, investments in the cloud are going to run into trouble. To be a successful cloud-first enterprise, you need manage both the cloud and the edge equally well. Why is edge computing so important? Let’s take a look.

Enterprises Are Investing Heavily in IoT

First, it’s important to recognize that while enterprises are investing heavily in the cloud, they’re also investing heavily at the edge, especially in IoT.

  • · Between 2017 and 2025, companies are expected to spend $15 trillion in aggregate IoT investment.
  • · Through this investment, the number of IoT devices is expected to grow from 9 billion in 2017 to 55 billion in 2025.
  • · Manufacturers spent $178 billion on IoT in 2016 alone.
  • · That same year, transportation companies spent $78 billion on IoT.
  • · Other industries, including healthcare, retail, and utilities, are also investing heavily.