Agencies are managing more data from the network’s edge than ever before – from IoT devices in the field, and from the significant increase in remote work and associated endpoints. All that data needs to be organized, stored, and analyzed to keep operations running smoothly and our government secure. Historically, data collected in the field has been pushed to data centers and command posts. Today, technology advances are making it possible to put data to work at the edge, where petabytes of data can be analyzed and stored – and a subset of that data transported to a centralized database. This results in faster, more accurate decision-making when and where it matters most.
Join Dell Technologies and Intel for a virtual roundtable discussion on how edge computing can provide operational efficiencies, enhanced user experiences, cost savings, and improved data security across the Federal government. Learn how agencies can build an edge computing roadmap that puts data to work at the edge, and advance modern missions.
January 27, 2022
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EST
Chief Technology Officer, Vice President Pre-Sales Engineering
Dell Technologies, Federal
Deputy Director, High Performance Computing and Communications
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Please note this is an invitation only executive roundtable.
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